Cowboys move up to sixth in Hawaii

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WAIKOLOA, Hawaii — Oklahoma State’s men’s golf team used a 279 total during its second round on Friday to move into a tie for sixth place at the Amer Ari Invitational at Waikoloa Kings’ Course.
 
With their 9-under score, the Cowboys moved up four spots into a tie with Texas at 15-under 561. Washington finished the day alone in first place at 30-under 546 at the par-72, 7,074-yard layout.
 
Washington’s Cheng-Tsung Pan maintained his hold on the top spot on the leaderboard, posting his second consecutive 65 to get in with a 14-under total of 130 and two shots clear of the field.
 
Freshman Kristoffer Ventura led the OSU starting five, finishing the day tied for 10th place at 137 after carding a 69 during his second round.
 
Junior Jordan Niebrugge moved into a tie for 21st place at 140 after posting a 69.
 
Sophomore Zachary Olsen carded a 73 to stand at 143 and tied for 48th place, while freshman Sam Stevens’ 71 tied him for 53rd place at 144.
 
Redshirt freshman Brendon Jelley’s 70 tied him for 59th at 145.
 
Senior Tanner Kesterson, who is competing individually, posted a 71 to finish the day at 141 and tied for 24th place.
 
The Cowboys will begin their final round tomorrow at 7:30 a.m. (HAST) and will be grouped with Oregon, Stanford and Texas.

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