Wes Williams is tied for sixth at five-under par at the Border Olympics.
March 16, 2007
LAREDO, Texas - The Baylor men's golf team sits in fifth place following two rounds at the Border Olympics at the Laredo Country Club.
Baylor, the defending champion in the tournament, used a four-under par 284 in the first round to finish in a tie for second following the morning round. The Bears then fired 289 in the afternoon session to finish the day at three-under par.
Wes Williams (Franklin, Tenn.), playing as an unattached individual, used rounds of 68 and 71 to finish in sixth place at five-under par after two rounds.
Jeremy Frye (Palestine, Texas) is tied for 13th overall after finishing at one-under par (70-73). Jeremy Alcorn (Brownwood, Texas), Colton Williams (Jacksboro, Texas), and Chase Thomas (Dallas, Texas) are all tied for 22nd at even par through 36 holes.
Bill Allcorn (Abilene, Texas) opened with an even-par 72, before firing a one-over 73 to finish in a tie for 31st at one-over par.
Baylor returns to action on Saturday morning as the Bears will complete the third round at the Border Olympics with a shot gun start at 8:45 a.m.