Sept. 22, 2013
CHICAGO, Ill – The youthful North Texas men’s golf team was led by four true freshman to an eighth place start after two rounds of the Windon Memorial Classic. Freshman Cory Churchman fired a career-low round in college with a 2-under par 70 and he sits tied for ninth place after two rounds of play.
North Texas as a team is alone in eight place after firing 584 after the first two rounds. It is a tightly bunched leaderboard as just five shots separate ninth place from third.
Churchman had seven birdies in two rounds of play and he is only three strokes off the individual lead. Juan Munoz put on just as good a performance after two rounds with a 1-under par 143. He was 2-under on the first round and 1-over on the second and is in 14th place, only four shots off the lead.
Freshman Nick Rodriguez is 4-over par after two rounds of play as he put up eight birdies on the day. Julien Marot shot a 153 and Andrew Hudson is one behind him with a 154 after the first two rounds. Kent State holds the overall lead at 7-under par through the first two rounds of play.
Up nextThe final round begins tomorrow morning.
Stat of the day
Cory Churchman played the par-5’s at 5-under par, which was tied for the second lowest score in the field.