Sept. 28, 2012
Individual Leaders - Day One
Minnesota’s stroke leader a season ago, senior Erik Van Rooyen, is tied for second individually after 36 holes at the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate with a five-under par 139. Van Rooyen started the day with a career-low tying six-under par 66 in the first round and finished with a one-over par 73 in the afternoon session.
The Gophers are in eighth place after 36 holes of competition in New Mexico with a total score of 596. The field remains close as the fourth thru eighth place teams are 10 strokes apart.
Freshman Jon DuToit registered a score of three-over par 149 and is tied for 32nd. Junior Alex Gaugert’s score of eight-over-par 152 is tied for 51st while redshirt senior Robert Bell is in 78th after carding rounds of 81 and 77, totaling a 158. Senior David Haley Jr. is tied for 79th with a score of 162.
The Gophers were in third place after the first round of competition with a total score of 288, a season low for the locals.
The tournament will conclude tomorrow with tee times starting at 8:45am CT. Live scores from the final round can be found at golfstat.com.
|T2nd||Erik Van Rooyen||66-73--139|
|T79th||David Haley Jr.||79-83--162|
Fifth Annual Golf Open in the Books
Gopher men's golf and women's hockey teamed up for Monday's tournament at North Oaks GC.
Greve Goes Back-to-Back at State Open
Golden Gophers have won four of the past eight Minnesota State Open Championships.
Former Captain Carothers Wins MGA Amateur
Recent graduate Grady Meyer finished second, with multiple other Gophers in the top 25.