Donahoe Shoots Career-Low Round At Squire Creek Classic

RUSTON, La. (10/5/09) - Tough conditions led to a tough opening round for the North Texas men's golf team at the LA Tech Squire Creek Classic. The Mean Green fired a 300 and a 298 to post a score of 598 as they are alone in 13th place heading into the final round.

Despite the course being rain-soaked, freshman Curtis Donahoe didn't let that slow him down as he posted a career-low opening round of 2-under par 70. Donahoe closed with a 2-over par 74 and is at even-par 144 for the tournament, tied for 14th place.

Peter Fallon is four strokes behind Donahoe after the first day. Fallon opened with a 76 but rebounded with a second round of even-par 72. Ben Hargis fired rounds of 76 and 77 and has a 153 through 36 holes while Luis Lemus is one stroke behind with a two round score of 154. Dustin Thompson struggled in the opening round with a 79 but took three shots off in the second round to post a 76.

New Orleans opened up a second-round lead on the field with a 280 and has a six shot lead after 36 holes.

The final round of the tournament begins tomorrow morning with a shotgun start.



North Texas Mean Green