Oct. 31, 2011
Results - Round 2
After starting the day in 11th place, Minnesota moved up to seventh after the second round. The Golden Gophers sit at 609 (+33) entering the final round of the Wendy's Kiawah Classic. The team is led by Jon Trasamar, who shot a 2-under-par 70 to bring his total score to 147 (+3).
Trasamar’s round was bookended by double bogeys, but what came in between was good enough to move him into a tie for 11th place. He had three pairs of back-to-back birdies, and also birdied the 17th to cancel out the bogey he made the previous hole. David Haley Jr., who started the day tied with Trasamar, shot a 76 today, but still has the Gophers’ second-best two-day score (153). He is tied for 36th place. Erik Van Rooyen (t-39th) made two eagles and a birdie, but also had eight bogeys. Robert Bell (69th) posted a 79, and Tim Peterzen (t-73rd) a 75.
Minnesota lowered its team score by 17 strokes from yesterday’s round. Improvement was a trend among most of the field, but the Gophers were still able to move up a few spots. Campbell equaled its 292 and remains in first place at +8. Charleston Southern’s Jacobo Pastor leads all competitors at -4, seven strokes ahead of Trasamar.
Tee times for the final round start at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday. Live results will be available at golfstat.com.