Oct. 15, 2007
EDMOND, Okla. - The Baylor men's golf team shot 292, the second-lowest round of the day, to hold on to fourth place at the Oklahoma Intercollegiate at the Oak Tree Golf Club.
The Bears made up two strokes on Texas Tech and five strokes on Texas A&M and trail both teams by five strokes entering tomorrow's final round.
SMU, who finished the first round at 23-over par and one shot behind Baylor, scorched the field on day two, shooting a tournament-best 281 to move to 20-over par and the overall lead.
Will Griffin of Texas Tech and Jason Turner of Arkansas hold the individual tournament lead at 1-over par.
Cody Paladino (Kennington, Conn.) made the biggest move of the day, improving to a tie for third place with a 3-under par 68, the tournament's lowest round. Paladino began the day in a tie for 16th place after an opening-round 77.
Colton Williams (Jacksboro, Texas) shot 73 in the second round but fell three spots into a tie for 11th place overall at 7-over par. Wes Williams (Franklin, Tenn.) carded a 3-over par 74 to hold his place at 16th outright.
Jeff Gerlich (Austin, Texas) shot 77 on Monday to finish at 11-over par after two rounds in a tie for 21st place. Bill Allcorn (Abilene, Texas) fired a 77 in the second round and is tied for 28th place at 13-over par.
Jeff Campbell () is competing as an individual at the tournament, and shot an 83 in the second round to move to 22-over par and a tie for 55th overall.
The Bears return to action on Tuesday with the final round of the Oklahoma Intercollegiate. Baylor will tee off from the first hole starting at 10:40 a.m.
T55 Jeff Campbell 81-83 +22