26 Th11 2021 | 02:02
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Two rounds are now complete at the NCAA Albuquerque Regional with Nevada in 10th place in the 14-team field.
The Wolf Pack, which began the day tied for fifth place, struggled on day two and carded a 4-over team score of 292, which dropped the team to 10th. With just one round remaining on Wednesday, the Wolf Pack will have some ground to make up in order to qualify for NCAA Nationals. Nevada, which is at 1-over for the tournament, is nine shots back of finishing in the top five and advancing to nationals. Oregon State leads the team portion of the event at 20-under par.
Senior Brendan MacDougall recorded the only under par round for the Wolf Pack on Tuesday as he carded a 2-under 70. MacDougall also shot a 70 in Monday’s first round and is at 4-under par overall and tied for 10th place in the 75-player field. He has collected 12 birdies throughout his first two rounds, which is tied for the individual lead. MacDougall is five shots back of first place Spencer Tibbits of Oregon State.
Nevada has one more currently inside the top 20 as Sam Meek is tied for 16th heading into the final round. Meek posted a 3-over 75 on Tuesday and after his 5-under 67 in round one, is at 2-under par for the tournament. Trey Davis is tied for 43rd after carding a 2-over 74 today and is 3-over for the event. Sam Harned is right behind Davis at 4-over and in a tie for 49th place. Harned lowered his round one score by two shots to post a 1-over 73 on Tuesday. Peyton Callens also improved his first round score, going from a 79 to a 75 and is tied for 66th place.
Live scoring for the entire tournament is available on GolfStat.com.