Men's Golf, Sports

Men’s golf in 7th through two rounds

The Long Beach State men’s golf team will head into tomorrow’s final round in seventh place out of 12 teams in the San Diego Intercollegiate tournament.

The 49ers, who have a 40-over-par 760 total through the first two rounds, are six shots behind sixth-place Colorado State. Southern Methodist University leads the field at 4-over 724, three shots ahead of Texas-Arlington.

San Diego’s Alex Ching and Southern Methodist University’s Kelly Kraft lead all golfers at 5-under 139.

Junior Kevin Roy led the ‘Niners with a consecutive 1-over 73 scores on Monday, and is at 2-over for the tournament and in a tie for 11th place.

Roy carded five birdies on the day.

Teammate Benjamin Lein drastically improved in Round 2, shooting 7-over and jumping from 51st to 32nd on the individual leaderboard.

The sophomore carded a 6-over 78 in the opening round.

Teammate Kevin Lim also finished with a 7-over total.

Philip Chian (+10) and Raymond Ho (+14) round out LBSU’s individual two-round scores.

The Beach will return to action for the final 18 holes tomorrow morning.


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