Stars compile fourth-place score after two rounds of Battle at Primm

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PRIMM, Nev. Oklahoma City University trailed by 10 strokes entering the last round of the Battle at the Primm on Monday at Primm Valley Golf Club.

The Stars, ranked seventh in NAIA men’s golf, shot a fourth-place 301-286587 through 36 holes. Rupert Kaminski led OCU with a 76-70146.

Kaminski, a freshman from Johannesburg, South Africa, stood tied for 11th place at 11 shots off the pace on the par-72, 7,131-yard course.

The Stars’ Jett Johnson, a senior from Norman, Okla., fired a 76-71-147 to be knotted for 13th, while Anthony Marchesani, a senior from Rosebud, Victoria, Australia, posted a 78-70148 to be tied for 19th.

Scott Verplank, a senior from Edmond, Okla., contributed a 76-75151, and Matthew Cheung, a junior from Brisbane, Australia, had a 73-79152 for OCU.

Third-ranked Wayland Baptist (Texas) led the tournament with a 294-283577.

Top-ranked Johnson & Wales (Fla.) shot a second-place 300-284584, while sixth-ranked Keiser (Fla.) had a third-place 300-285585.

The high temperature reached 80 degrees with 36-mph gusts of wind at the course Monday.

 

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