CU-Colorado Springs in third after two rounds at RMAC championship
John Scott shot a 1-over par 72 in the second round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Golf Championship Monday to help keep the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs within striking distance for Tuesdayâ€TMs final round.
The Mountain Lions shot a 297 in the second round, the third best team round so far in the tournament. In the first round, also played on Monday, CU-Colorado Springs shot a 309. The combined score of 606 put the Mountain Lions sitting in third place, one stroke behind second-place Fort Hays State and seven strokes behind tournament leader Fort Lewis.
Scott shot 77 in the first round. His two-round total of 149 put him in sixth place overall, nine strokes behind Fort Hays Stateâ€TMs Cole Nondorf, who leads the tournament.
CU-Colorado Springsâ€TM Neil Huffaker was tied for eighth â€" one stroke behind Scott â€" while Chase Wortmann (153) was in 12th, Mark Ruybalid (157) was in 21st and Nick Van Etten (158) was in 26th.
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