Junior Ryan Baca is tied for second two strokes off the lead at the Roadrunner Invitational.
March 1, 2004
SAN ANTONIO, Texas - The Baylor men's golf team fired a 585 (291-294) and is in fourth after 36 holes of the Roadrunner Invitational hosted by Texas-San Antonio at the 6,691-yard, par-71 Oak Hills Country Club Monday.
Junior Ryan Baca fired one of only seven rounds under par with his 70 in the second round. Baca shot a 1-over par 72 to finish tied for second, even for the day at 142 and is two strokes off the lead.
Freshman Jeremy Alcorn is 3-over at 145 (71-74) and is tied for 12th. Senior Jon Antunes (75-74=149) and freshman Jeremy Frye (73-76=149) are tied for 28th, while senior Will Doughtie (78-76=154) is tied for 56th.
Baca is two strokes behind the leader, San Diego State's Mark Warman (67-73=140) and is tied with Iowa State's Tyler Swanson (71-71=142) and Kansas' Tyler Hall (71-71=142). Kansas leads the overall competition by nine strokes at 574 (285-289). The Bears trail Wichita State (286-297=583) by two strokes and host UTSA (291-293=584) by one.
The tournament concludes with the third and final round on Tuesday beginning at 8:15 a.m.
Baylor Individual Scores
T2. Ryan Baca 72 70 142 T12. Jeremy Alcorn 71 74 144 T28. Jon Antunes 75 74 149 T28. Jeremy Frye 73 76 149 T56. Will Doughtie 78 76 154