TEMPE, Ariz. – Junior Charlie Mroz led the Washington State University men’s golf team in the second round of action at the Arizona State Thunderbird Invitational, Saturday, at the Karsten Golf Course in Tempe, Ariz. Mroz carded six birdies, shooting 4-under par (67), and finished the day tied for 14th.
After finishing the first round 6-over par, the Cougars shot 5-under par (279) in the second round to bring their two-round total to 569 (+1). WSU is currently tied with San Diego in seventh place and sits three strokes back from a fifth-place tie with Pepperdine and Wichita State (-2, 566). Host school Arizona State (-25, 543) leads the tournament, and the Sun Devils’ Jon Rahm (-16, 126) leads individual competition.
Senior Blake Snyder shot a 71 (E) in the round to bring his two-round score to 144 (+2). Snyder is currently tied with junior Michael Anderson for 35th. Senior Jarrett Foote also shot even with par on the day, and is tied for 45th. Redshirt junior Sang Lee had the second-best round for the Cougars, shooting 1-under par (70), to tie for 50th.
The tournament concludes tomorrow with the third round of play. The Cougars will tee off beginning at 7:30 a.m. Live scoring will be available at golfstat.com for the tournament's duration. Tournament results and recap will be available at the conclusion of each day of competition at wsucougars.com.