CABO SAN LUCAS, Mexico – Oklahoma State’s men’s golf team posted a 5-under 279 on Monday during the second round of action at the Cabo Collegiate to stand in a tie for first place after 36 holes at Cabo Del Sol’s Cove Club Course.
The Cowboys’ 36-hole total of 18-under 550 is tied with Florida State atop the leaderboard. The Seminoles were one better than the Pokes during their second round, posting a 278 at the par-71, 6,807-yard layout to move into a tie for the lead.
Individually, Arizona’s Chase Sienkiewicz posted his second consecutive 66 to stand two shots clear of the field at 10-under 132.
A pair of Cowboys finished the day among the top five with senior Eugenio Chacarra and junior Brian Stark sharing fourth place at 135. Chacarra followed an opening 67 with a 68.
Stark, who grabbed the first-round lead with a 65, posted a 70 to get to his 7-under total.
After opening with a 68, sophomore Bo Jin followed with a 69 to get in with a 137 total and tied for 12th place.
Junior Rayhan Thomas signed for a 72 and will begin his final round tied for 47th place at 145.
Sophomore Jonas Baumgartner carded a 78 and is tied for 67th place at 149.
The Cowboys will begin their final round tomorrow at 8 a.m. (MST) and will be grouped with Florida State, Ole Mis and Arkansas. Live scoring for the event is available at golfstat.com.
T1. Florida State—272-278=550
T1. Oklahoma State— 271-279=550
T3. Ole Miss—274-279=553
1. Chase Sienkiewicz, Arizona—66-66=132
T4. Eugenio Chacarra, OSU—67-68=135
T4. Brian Stark, OSU—65-70=135
T12. Bo Jin, OSU—68-69=137
T47. Rayhan Thomas, OSU—73-72=145
T67. Jonas Baumgartner, OSU—71-78=149