Men's Golf Wraps up Second Round at the International Intercollegiate|
Feb. 6, 1998
LUBBOCK, Texas - The Texas Tech men's golf team wrapped up the second round of the International Intercollegiate today in Monterrey, Mexico. The Red Raiders sit at 13th with a two-round total of 581 at Club Campestre in the three-day event hosted by Rice University. Continuing to lead the way for the Red Raiders is freshman Gant Bills, firing 69 and 75 in the first two rounds respectively. Bills along with freshman Matt Loving are tied at 34th with a total of 144 on the par 72, 6, 896-yard course. Junior Tom Baldwin shot a 73 in each round, while Mark Garica and Philip Tate round out the squad with two-round totals of 149 and 150. UC Berkley remains on top of the team scoring with a total of 552, followed by North Texas with 561 in the 20-team field. Nick Biesecker of Southern Methodist leads the individual medalist hunt firing 69 and 66 in the first two days of competition.
Play will resume tomorrow with the final round of the 54-hole event.