Men's Golf In Fifth After Second Round Of Wolf Pack Classic
Oct. 19, 2004
RENO, Nev. - Fresno State faced heavy downpour, blustery winds and a temperature high in the mid-50s throughout the first and second rounds of the Wolf Pack Classic - hosted at the par 72 Wolf Run Golf Club - and managed to post the fifth best score of the day with 579 (290-289). Lamar University is leading the 18-team field with 564 (283-281), followed by Oregon State with 571 (288-283).
The Bulldogs also put two of their own in the top 10, with senior Ryan Carter tied for fourth - one stroke away from first - after shooting even his first round and four-under his second (140) (-4). Junior Jon Rosa (70-72) is tied for tenth after posting 142 (-2).
Senior George McKean (71-74-145) finished the day one-over and tied for 22nd and junior Jason Anthony (80-75) (+11) shot 155 to tie for 73rd. Junior Mark Modglin (77-82-159) is currently 15-over and tied for 86th.
"The weather was terrible today," head coach Mike Watney said. "But we had some excellent scores and hope to do even better Tuesday, pending the tournament isn't cancelled."
The third round, weather permitting, will begin with a shotgun start at 8 a.m. Tuesday.