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.