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Ewing, Sordet Have Texas Tech In Contention At Morris Williams Invitational

Clement Sordet (pictured) and Finley Ewing IV are leading the Red Raiders in Austin.

April 13, 2013


The No. 44 Texas Tech Men's Golf team finds itself in contention for the Morris Williams Invitational title as the Red Raiders are in fourth place after two rounds and just four strokes away from a tie for the lead.

The Red Raiders got off to strong start with a 284 team score in the first round that put them in a tie for second place with fourth-ranked New Mexico. Tech was able to shave two strokes off that score in round two (282) and that gave the squad a combined score of 2-under, 566.

Tech is just four strokes out of a tie for first place as No. 12 TCU, No. 4 New Mexico and No. 6 share the top of the leaderboard at 6-under, 562.

Senior Finley Ewing IV leads the team at 4-under, 138 and stands in third place on the individual leaderboard. Sophomore Clement Sordet also had a strong Saturday as he is tied for 10th at 1-under, 141.

Sophomores Henry Todd and Matias Dominguez will be in the top 40 heading into Sunday's final round as Todd is tied for 18th (1-over, 143) while Dominguez is tied for 32nd (3-over, 145).

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