Workman Continues to Lead Cowboys After Round Two of Desert Intercollegiate

Feb. 21, 2015

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PALM DESERT, Calif. - The University of Wyoming men's golf team is in 22nd place after round two of the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate on the Classic course in Palm Desert, Calif. The Cowboys finished after their second round with a tally of 311 (+23) and a total score of 614 (+38).

"We had some terrible wind this morning when we teed off but I see good things with this young group." UW head coach Joe Jensen said. "This tournament field is a great way to start our spring season and to get some work done on a premium golf course with some of the top teams in the nation."

Freshman Glenn Workman continued to lead Wyoming after the second round shooting a 77 (+5) for an overall score of 151 (+7) for a tie at 63rd place. Sophomore Ryan Wallen is in a tie for 86th place with a 77 (+5), he cards a 154 (+10) for the event. Freshman Drew McCullough ended the day at 82 (+10) for a 157 (+13).

"We had some mistakes but we had to start somewhere and I am very optimistic about tomorrow" he added.

Redshirt Freshman Arron Lickteig carded an 81 (+9) and currently is sitting in a tie for 109th place. Rounding out the day for the team is Quintin Pope who turned in a 76 (+4) for a tally of 159 (+15). Senior Cameron Lindell, golfing as an individual, ended the day with a 91 (+19).

No. 15 Texas Tech still leading the pack with a score of 563 (-13) and next closest is TCU with a tally of 572 (-4). Texas Tech Clement Sordet leads the pack with a score of 134 (-10) after rounds of 69 (-3) and 65 (-7).

The Cowboys return tomorrow morning with an 18-hole round slated to start at 8 a.m. MT.

Wyoming Results


T63rd Glenn Workman - 74 (+2) - 77 (+5) = 151 (+7)


T86th Ryan Wallen - 77 (+5) - 77 (+5) = 154 (+10)


T103rd Drew McCullough - 75 (+3) - 82 (+10) = 157 (+13)


T109th Arron Lickteig - 77 (+5) - 81 (+9) = 158 (+14)


T113th Quintin Pope - 83 (+11) - 76 (+4) = 159 (+15)


*127th Cameron Lindell - 91 (+19) - 91 (+19) = 182 (+38)

*Golfing as an individual