Cougars Improve in Second Round
Feb. 21, 2013
KAHUKU, Hawaii - The Washington State men's golf team climbed two spots into ninth place during Thursday's second round of the John A. Burns Intercollegiate hosted by Hawaii. The Cougar men carded a team score to par of 6-over in the second round, an improvement of 11 strokes on their first round.
Cougar redshirt sophomore Alex Wagner provided the surge for the WSU men's team Thursday. Wagner shot the team's only round under par with a 69 (3-under). He improved 12 strokes on his score from the first round and finished Thursday tied for 29th place at 6-over for the tournament.
Senior Hank Frame and redshirt sophomore Sang Lee are leading the way overall for the Cougar men through the first two rounds of the tournament. Frame carded a 73 (+1) and Lee scored a 76 (+4) in the second round. Both players are tied for ninth place at 3-over with one round left to play.
California continues to lead the tournament in dominant fashion. The Golden Bears are 10-under collectively, 16 strokes ahead of the nearest runner-up (BYU, +6).
The final 18-holes of the tournament will be played Friday at the Turtle Bay Resort on Oahu's North Shore. Live scoring will be available during tournament play at www.golfstat.com. Results will also be posted at wsucougars.com at the conclusion of the round.
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