TUCSON, Ariz. -
The University of Wyoming men's golf team concluded the second round of the Mountain West Championship with a 288 (+4) on the Omni Tucson National - Catalina Course in Tucson, Ariz. Wyoming sits in eighth place in the 11-team field. The Cowboys shot seven strokes better as a team than in the first round for a two round total of 583 (+15). Freshman Glenn Workman led the Cowboys firing a career low of 69 (-2) in the second round. Workman's 69 (-2) was the lowest round since former UW golfer Gabe Maier in 2011 with a 65 (-6).
"We had a round start today but I was pleased with the finish the guys had today," UW head coach Joe Jensen said. "I just want the guys to come out and play hard tomorrow so we can catch some teams. I was really proud of the team since we were four of five over par early to start and we battled back to stay in the middle of the pack."
Workman leads the Pokes with a tally of 141 (-1), tying him for 12th place in the 55-man field. Junior Kamrin Allen is also in the top-25 carding a 73 (+2) for the day for a total of 145 (+3). Allen is tied for 20th place. Freshman Drew McCullough turned in a 72 (+1) for the day and is tied for 36th place. Sophomore Ryan Wallen is tied for 41st and carded a score of 74 (+3) in the second round. Wrapping up the day for the Cowboys was redshirt freshman Arron Lickteig, who shot a 77 (+6), tying him for 49th place.
UNLV leads the field after the second round with a 549 (-19). Nevada is in second place at 557 (-11) and San Diego State in third with a tally of 560 (-8). UNLV's Kurt Kitayama leads the individuals with a 130 (-12).
The Cowboys return tomorrow morning with a final 18-hole round starting at 8:50 a.m. MT.
T-12th Glenn Workman -- 72 (+1) -- 69 (-2) = 141 (-1)
T-20th Kamrin Allen -- 72 (+1) -- 73 (+2) = 145 (+3)
T-36th Drew McCullough -- 76 (+5) -- 72 (+1) = 148 (+6)
T-41st Ryan Wallen -- 75 (+4) -- 74 (+3) = 149 (+7)
T-49th Arron Lickteig -- 76 (+5) -- 77 (+6) = 153 (+11)