TUCSON, Ariz. -
The University of Wyoming men's golf team finished the second round of the Arizona National Invitational Tournament with a 613 (+37) on the Omni Tucson National - Catalina Course in Tucson, Ariz. Wyoming is in 15th place in the 15-team field after a first round score of 310 (+22) and a 303 (+15) for the second round.
"I was very pleased with Ryan and Kamrin as they both had outstanding rounds for the day," UW head coach Joe Jensen said. "The three freshmen were overwhelmed by the course and tournament. I want them to use this to become better for tomorrow's last round."
Sophomore Ryan Wallen led the Cowboys in the second round with a 72 (E). He is tied for 46th overall with a score of 149 (+5). Junior Kamrin Allen followed Wallen carding a 71 (-1) placing him tied for 51st with a tally of 150 (+6). The last Cowboy to shoot under par was freshman Glenn Workman at Cowboys Southern Dunes Tournament with a round of 70 (-2), alongside of him was Wallen and Allen with rounds of 71 (-1). Freshmen Drew McCullough and Workman are tied for 79th after a two-round tally of 160 (+16), respectively. Workman shot a 78 (+6) and McCullough had an 82 (+10). Rounding out the Pokes is freshman Quintin Pope, who added an 85 (+13) to bring his total to 161 (+17).
California leads the field after the second round with a 571 (-5). Iowa State's Scott Fernandez leads the field with a two-day total of 136 (-8).
The Cowboys return tomorrow morning with an 18-hole round starting at 8 a.m. MT to conclude the tournament.
T-46th Ryan Wallen - 77 (+5) - 72 (E) = 149 (+5)
T-51st Kamrin Allen - 79 (+7) - 71 (-1) = 150 (+6)
T-79th Glenn Workman - 82 (+10) - 78 (+6) = 160 (+16)
T-79th Drew McCullough - 78 (+6) - 82 (+10) = 160 (+16)
82nd Quintin Pope - 76 (+4) - 85 (+13) = 161 (+17)