Cowboys maintain slim lead in Hawaii

WAIKOLOA, Hawaii –Oklahoma State’s men’s golf team maintained its grip on the top spot on the leaderboard at the Amer Ari Invitational after carding a 277 total on Friday at Waikoloa Kings’ Course.
 
The Cowboys posted an opening 271 to lead by a stroke entering day two at the par-72, 7,074-yard layout. OSU’s 11-under second round was good for a 36-hole total of 548, 28-under par. Oregon posted a 274 during its second round to move from sixth into second place at 550, while Washington moved into third place at 552.
 
Stanford’s Cameron Wilson used a 65 during his second round to move into first place in the individual race at 132.
 
The Cowboys finished the day with a pair of players in the top 10. Redshirt freshman Wyndham Clark carded a 69, while sophomore Jordan Niebrugge’s 68 tied them for seventh place at 135.
 
Senior Talor Gooch posted the squad’s low round of the day with a 66 to move into a tie for 18th place at 138. Gooch posted a pair of eagles and five birdies en route to his 6-under score.
 
Senior Ian Davis came in tied for 33rd place at 140 after posting a 74, while classmate Kevin Dougherty’s 74 tied him for 83rd place at 146.
 
The Cowboys will begin their final round tomorrow at 7:30 a.m. (HST) and will be grouped with Oregon, Washington and Auburn.
 
Live scoring will be available at golfstat.com.
 
 

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