WAIKOLOA, Hawaii The University of Oklahoma men’s golf team remains tied for sixth place after the second round of the University of Hawaii-Hilo Intercollegiate at the Waikoloa Village Golf Course.
The Sooners have a two-day score of 573 (+5).
Oklahoma’s round two scoring was again led by a senior. This time it was Brodie Flanders, whose even-par 71 on Thursday puts him in a tie for 10th place overall. Fellow senior Justin Fraley shot a 76 after firing a five-under 66 Wednesday and is tied for 24th.
Shawn LaFontaine, OU’s most consistent player in the fall, continued his steady play, improving one stroke over Wednesday’s round with a 71 on day two.
Sophomore Phillip Bryan provided the final counting score for the Sooners with a second-round 76.
Georgia Tech added to its team lead on Wednesday, and now stands at 21-under-par, 14 shots clear of second-place Oklahoma State.
Georgia Tech also took over the individual lead as Cameron Tringale’s 67 puts him two shots ahead of first-day leader Pablo Martin of OSU.
Oklahoma maintained its position on a day that saw the majority of the field take a big step backwards. In Wednesday’s first round, 17 of the 21 teams recorded scores at or below par. On Thursday only Georgia Tech managed to stay in red numbers.
The final round of the UH-Hilo Intercollegiate begins Friday morning.