Palm Desert, Calif. - The Nebraska men's golf team is
in ninth place with 18 holes to play after shooting 305 in the second round of
the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate on Saturday.
opened the tournament with a 296 on Friday at the Classic Club, giving NU a 601
total through 36 holes. TCU leads the team competition by 11 strokes over Texas
Tech at 565. TCU's Julien Brun, Texas Tech's Finley Ewing IV and St. Mary's
Jonathan De Los Reye are tied for the individual lead at 139 strokes after two
Kolton Lapa turned in the best Husker score on Saturday with a 1-over-par 73. Lapa
opened his second round with a birdie and added two more on the front nine en
route to a 36. On the back nine, he made one bogey and eight pars for a 37. Lapa
is tied for 16th at 146 strokes.
Reinertson is tied for 40th at 150 strokes through two rounds. The
senior from Gibbon, Neb., notched a 4-over-par 76 on Saturday. Reinertson
suffered two double bogeys on the front nine along with a birdie and a bogey
for a 40. On the back nine, he cruised his way to nine pars for a 36.
Gillick posted a 6-over-par 78 in the second round after a first-round 74. His
152 total after two rounds puts him in a tie for 54th. Gillick made
three birdies and nine bogeys on Saturday.
Record also carded a 78 on Saturday and is tied for 59th with 18
holes to play. Record produced a first-round 75 to give him a 36-hole total of
153. He birdied the 16th on Saturday, but added a triple bogey and
four additional bogeys.
Cameron Palmer is tied for 98th after shooting 80 in the second
round. Palmer opened the tournament with an 85 on Friday. Ross Dickson, playing
as an individual outside of the NU lineup, is tied for 75th at 156
strokes. Dickson shot a 4-over-par 76 in the second round.