Women Alone In First Place, Men Climb To Fourth After The Second Round Of The SBC Championship
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. (4/18/06) ? Senior Andra Lancaster surged into a tie for the lead while the North Texas women's golf team moved in front of the pack at the 2006 Sun Belt Conference Championship from the PGA Village. Lancaster fired a second roun
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. (4/18/06) Senior Andra Lancaster surged into a tie for the lead while the North Texas women’s golf team moved in front of the pack at the 2006 Sun Belt Conference Championship from the PGA Village.
“I’m really excited about our position heading into the final round,” said
On the men’s side North Texas moved up a spot to fourth place with a second round of 291 and 12 shots behind
Individually for the women Jaclyn Golden shot a 77 and is tied for fifth place with a 151, three shots off the lead. Junior Tara Lambright rebounded from a difficult opening round and posted a second round of 75 and moved into 20th place.
Halli Richards shot a second round of 86 and has a 160 after two rounds while Brooke Tanner shot an 81 and has a 162.
For the men senior Andreas Kali had a team best round of 2-under par 70 and is tied for seventh place with a 143. Austin Welch shot a 1-over par 73 and is also tied for seventh place. Sophomore Anthony Broussard posted an under-round score with a 1-under par 71 and is tied for 11th place with a 145. Raul Lemus and Ben Smock are tied after two rounds with a score of 156.
“We played good and we are still in the hunt heading into the final round,” said
North Texas remains in good position heading into the final round, two shots behind
The final round of the 2006 SBC Championship begins tomorrow at 8 a.m.