Men's Golf Slips to 12th at NIU

 
Max Walz


Max Walz

Sep 7, 2013

SUGAR GROVE, Ill. - Max Walz led the University of Louisville's men's golf team with a second round 73 on Saturday in the Northern Intercollegiate at Rich Harvest Farms. Louisville enters Sunday's final round in 12th place.

Houston continues to lead the Northern Intercollegiate after firing a team score of 293 for a 36-hole total of 572, five strokes ahead of second-place Liberty. Roman Robledo of the Cougars is the individual leader with a two round total of 138, six-under par. Robledo is one stroke ahead of Kentucky's David Snyder.

Max Walz leads the Cardinals with 71-73=144 and sits in a tie for 10th place overall after two rounds. Antoine LeSaux slipped to 45th overall after firing a 78 on Saturday. He has shot 75-78=153 for the first two rounds.

Robin Sciot-Siegrist slipped into a tie for 64th after an 82 Saturday, while Trevor Sluman and Gus Lundquist are tied for 67th.

The final round of the Northern Intercollegiate at Rich Harvest Farms will tee off at 8 a.m., on Sunday morning.

 

 

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