Grant Forrest, along with Linus Vaisanen, lead the Toreros
March 16, 2013
TUCSON, Ariz. - The University of San Diego golf team are in thirteenth place (out of 16 teams) after the first round at the Don Puckette N.I.T. with a score of 298 (10-over par). Oklahoma State (276) currently sits in the lead with a one stroke advantage over Arizona and New Mexico. The second round got underway, but did not finish by nightfall.
New Mexico's John Catlin is the clubhouse leader at 64. He is followed by Oklahoma State's Jordan Niebrugge (65).
The Toreros were paced by Grant Forrest and Linus Vaisanen, who are tied for 40th after shooting a 73. They are followed by Taylor Schmidt (t-53 at 74), Alexis Gemme-Piacente (t-80 at 78), and Mathias Dahl (t-85 at 80).
Skyler Finnel, who was playing as an individual, posted the best score for USD with a 70 which puts him in a tie for 13th.
The second round will continue tomorrow and then the final 18 holes will be played.
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