NORMAN, Okla. After round two of the NCAA Championships in Sunriver, Ore., the University of Oklahoma men’s golf team has fallen into a tie for 25th place at 14-over-par.
The Sooners recorded a team score of 306 (+18) at Sunriver’s Crosswater Golf Club on Thursday, leaving them with a two-round total of 590.
Senior Justin Fraley once again turned in the low round for OU with a 2-over-par 74. The Rowlett, Texas, native is tied for 36th place at 144 (E).
Shawn LaFontaine, a senior from Cobourg, Ontario, came back from a first-round 82 with a 4-over-par 76 on Thursday.
Phillip Bryan, tied for 28th after a 1-under 71 in the first round, carded a 5-over 77 in round two.
Big 12 runner-up Brodie Flanders and All-American Anthony Kim shot matching 7-over-par 77s to complete the Sooners’ round two scoring.
Oklahoma, paired with Charlotte and Minnesota, teed off as part of the afternoon group on Thursday. Play was suspended for approximately 30 minutes as heavy rains moved through the Sunriver area.
The Washington Huskies took over the team lead at 13-under-par after turning in a 282 (-6) in round two. First-round leader Wake Forest dropped into a tie for second place with Arizona State at 10-under after a 1-over 289. The Sun Devils made the day’s biggest jump up the leaderboard with a 9-under-par team score.
Wake Forest’s Kyle Reifers maintained his three-shot advantage in the individual standings with a 2-under 70. Four players are tied for second place at 6-under.
The top 15 teams after Friday’s third round will advance to the final 18 holes on Saturday. The top six individuals not on an advancing team will also qualify for the final round.
The third round will begin at approximately 9 a.m. CDT on Friday. Fans can access live leaderboards at www.golfstat.com.