San Diego State and New Mexico Tied at Conclusion of Second Round of 2013 Mountain West Men's Golf Championship
May 4, 2013
Three golfers are currently tied for the lead after 36-holes with identical scores of 3-under par, 139. New Mexico sophomore Gavin Green shot a 2-under 69 today to go along with his 1-under 70 from day one to earn a share of the lead. San Diego State freshman Riccardo Michelini improved his first round even-par performance with a 3-under 68. After shooting a 4-under 67 in the first round, UNLV senior Kevin Penner moved up one position despite carding a 1-over 72 today.
The lowest round of the day was turned in by a pair of seniors. John Catlin of New Mexico and Tom Berry of San Diego State. Both shot a 4-under 67. Berry is tied for fourth place overall with sophomore teammate Xander Schauffele and Boise State senior Taeksoo Kim. Schauffele and Kim both fired a 2-under 69 today.
35th-ranked UNLV remains remains in third place overall at 3-over 571. Air Force moved up to fourth place (578) after posting its first round under par in Mountain West Tournament history. The Falcons 5-under today shattered the team previous best round of even-par 284 posted in the third round of the 2009 championship. Colorado State sits in fifth place (579), followed by Fresno State and Wyoming tied for sixth (592). Boise State is eighth (598) overall and Nevada ninth (615).