Mountain Lions in 10th After First Day of Southern California Intercollegiate

By Doug Fitzgerald published March 10, 2009


MISSION VIEJO, Calif.- Riley Andrews shot a two-round score of 155 (13-over par) to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs into 10th place after the first two rounds of the Southern California Intercollegiate Championships, held Monday at Mission Viejo Country Club.

Andrews was just three strokes off the individual lead with 74 after Mondayâ€TMs first round, but slipped all the way to a 10-over par 81 in the afternoon round. Andrews, who goes into Tuesdayâ€TMs final round tied for 14th individually, was not alone, though, as 15 of the top 20 golfers shot worse in the second round than in the first.

Brian Morfeld was second among UCCS golfers and tied for 21st overall at 156. Tyler Bishop shot a two-round score of 162, followed by Chris Shoop at 163 and David Cosel at 168.

Central Oklahoma and Lynn ended the day tied for first with 613 totals after the first 36 holes of the. Not one golfer broke par in either the first or second rounds on the par-71 course as the first day average score was 80.17. Cyril Bouniol of Abilene Christian was the individual leader with a 146 (+4) total.

Cal State San Bernardino enters the final round one shot behind the leaders with a 614 total. CSUSB is paced by Kenny Pigman who is one shot back with a 147 total for medalist honors.

Rounding out the top five teams is No. 4 St. Edwards (618) and No. 5 Abilene Christian (622).

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