Men's Golf Moves Up to Second at the Makai Invitational

 
Max Walz


Max Walz

Nov. 5, 2013

Princeville, Hawaii - University of Louisville men's golfers Robert Geibel and Max Walz followed up their strong opening round performances by both shooting 5-under par 67 Tuesday to tie for third place going into the final round of the Warrior Princeville Makai Invitational.

Geibel and Walz's 10-under 134 total score from the Aloha State have put them in position to win the WPMI title, sitting just three shots off the overall lead.

As a team, the Cardinals shot 275 on Tuesday, just four shots behind the leader, Cal-State Fullerton, who are at 26-under par. Mississippi State is in third place, heading into the third round of action.

After turning in a 275 on Monday, the second-place Cardinals shot a 13-under-par 275 on Tuesday and are in position to win their second tournament of the fall.

Robin Sciot-Siegrist and J.D. Lehman are tied for 37th-place after Sciot-Siegrist fired a 75, while Lehman improved three shots from the 73 he shot on Monday.

Antoine LeSaux shot 71 to stand in a tie for 64th place.

The Cardinals will hit the links at 12:30 p.m. CST for the third and final round.

 

 

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