Men’s Golf Wraps Up Round Two At NCAA Tucson Regional

May 17, 2016

The North Texas men's golf team sits in ninth place after two rounds at the NCAA Tucson Regional.

Round two results

MARANA, Ariz. – The North Texas men’s golf team completed round two of the NCAA Tucson Regional finishing in a tie for ninth place with a two-round total of 597 on Tuesday afternoon at Gallery Golf Club.

The Mean Green will enter the final round 17 strokes back of fifth-place California as the top five teams advance to the NCAA Finals. North Texas finished the day with a team score of 301 (13-over par) and are tied in ninth place with Georgia State.

Junior Cory Churchman started out on fire with four birdies to finish his first nine holes three-under par but four bogeys on his last four holes ended his round at one-over par 73. Churchman sits in a tie for 10th place at one-under and is seven shots back of the leader Franklin Huang from Stanford.

Sophomore Michael Cotton bounced back with a second round two-over par 74 to sit in a tie for 45th after two rounds. Junior Nick Rodriguez carded his second-straight four-over par 76 to also sit in a tie for 45th.

Freshman Thomas Rosenmueller shot a second round 78 (six-over par) and is tied for 52nd after two rounds. Classmate Ian Snymanalso scored a six-over par 78 in round two sitting in a tie for 52nd heading into the final round Wednesday.

The Mean Green will begin the final round at 9 a.m. central time playing with UC Riverside and No. 48 Georgia Tech.

Live scoring will be available at and on the Golfstat mobile app.



North Texas Mean Green