Pack in 5th after round one at Ka’anapali Classic

26 Th11 2021 | 02:35

LAHAINA, Hawaii – The 33rd ranked Nevada men’s golf team is fifth after round one at the Ka’anapali Classic hosted by the University of Hawai’i.

Boise State and Kansas are tied atop the team leaderboard with a 16-under round of 268. Colorado is third at 13-under, Loyola Marymount is fourth with 11-under, and the Pack sits alone in fifth with a score of eight-under (276).

Quim Vidal Mora and Peyton Callens paced the Pack after firing matching three-under 68 rounds to tie for 13th after the first round in Hawai’i. Vidal Mora recorded six birdies to lead the Pack.

Trey Davis posted the second-lowest round of his career (69) to tie for 23rd at two-under. Davis recorded five birdies for the second-highest total of the day.

A.J. Lintunen sank three straight birdies on holes one through three but a pair of bogeys on eight and 16, and a double bogey on four dropped him to even (71) for the round. Adam Thorp (76th) drilled an eagle on the ninth hole to highlight the round but finished with a seven-over score to tie for 76th.

The Pack is back in action tomorrow at 11 a.m. (PT) with the second round of the Ka’anapali Classic in Lahaina, Hawaii.