UTSA Men’s Golf in second after

UTSA reports

    Led by senior John Elizondo and sophomore Thomas Kearney, the UTSA men’s golf team is in second place after two rounds of the Cobb/Ferrell Mean Green Classic hosted by North Texas at Lantana Golf Club (7,147 yards / par 72).

    The Roadrunners trail second-round leader Jacksonville State by just five strokes and are tied with perennial power Houston at one-over-par 577.

    UTSA moved into the tie for second with a three-under, second-round 285 after an opening round 292.

    Elizondo and Kearney both fired one-under rounds of 143, with Elizondo carding his 72-71 and Kearney a 71-72, as both are tied for eighth place in the individual standings.

    Sophomore Nick Olivarri is tied for 13th after turning in rounds of 74 and a team-low 70 for his 36-hole total of even-par 144.

    Junior Kitt Thabungkan is tied for 26th (76-72=148) while junior Matt Johnston (76-73=149) and freshman Kyle Collins (75-74=149) are tied for 33rd.

    Andrew Ross of Arkansas State and Ricky Romano of Houston are tied for the individual lead at four-under 140.

    The third round is set to get underway Tuesday morning.