Men’s Golf tied for Eighth at Border Olympics

LAREDO, Texas – Baylor men’s golf is tied for eighth place with play suspended late in the second round at the Border Olympics at Laredo Country Club. The Bears sit at 19-over-par through 16 holes in the second round.

Baylor (+19) trails Texas A&M (+4), Texas (+6), Houston (+7), Sam Houston State (+8), Illinois State (+12), UTSA (+15) and Kent State (+18). BU is tied with Louisiana-Lafayette (+19) and in front of Louisiana-Monroe (+20), Abilene Christian (+22), Michigan (+25), New Mexico State (+27), Lamar (+37), Rice (+39), Eastern Michigan (+44), Houston Baptist (+48) and Bowling Green (+49).
Baylor’s best score through 34 holes is Ryan Grider in a tie for 15th place at 2-over par, including 1-over thru 16 in the second round. He’s followed by Brandon Hoff alone in 21st place at 3-over, including a first round of 2-under 70. Colin Kober is tied for 41st place at 7-over, while Johnny Keefer is tied for 49th place at 8-over and Tyler Isenhart is tied for 58th place at 9-over.
Teams will return to the course Tuesday morning to complete their final rounds and then will tee off with a shotgun start for the final round.
6 – Brandon Hoff made six birdies in the first round on his way to a 2-under 70. He accounted for six of the Bears’ 14 birdies in the round by making birdies on Nos. 1, 9, 10, 13, 14 and 16.
Baylor will play its final two holes of the second round on Tuesday morning, then continue play with the final round of the Border Olympics. Live scoring is available at Golfstat. Follow @BaylorMGolf on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for year-round updates. To support the Baylor Men’s Golf program, join the Chip-In-Club.

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