MEN'S GOLF TIES 10TH BEST ROUND IN SCHOOL HISTORY
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — Jeremy Harris led a Sacramento State attack which featured five scores under 73 in the second round of the CSUB Poor Boy Invitational on Monday. As a team, the Hornets shot 286 in the second round to tie the 10th-best round in school history. Sacramento State is currently in 10th place overall with a total score of 578.
After posting a 78 in the first round, Harris fired a career-low 70 in the second round to lead the team. Cody Miller, Kyle Candlish and Grant Norton were not far behind as each shot an even-par 72. Scott DeBorba completed the group with a 73.
Overall, Miller is tied for 12th with rounds of 70 and 72. Candlish is 1-under at 71-72-143 to tie for 16th and Norton is tied for 44th at 75-72-147. Harris (78-70-148) and DeBorba (76-73-149) are tied for 49th and 52nd, respectively.
UCLA dominated the field during the first day. The Bruins shot 271-280-551 and hold an 18-stroke lead over host Cal State Bakersfield. UCLA’s first round score broke the tournament record by four strokes. Individually, four players are under par led by Lucas Lee who shot 65-67-132. Cal State Stanislaus’ Eric Justensen is two strokes back in second place with rounds of 68 and 66.
The 54-hole tournament will conclude on Tuesday with 18 holes at the Seven Oaks Country Club.
1. UCLA 271-280-551
2. Cal State Bakersfield 287-282-569
3. Cal State San Bernardino 285-287-572
4. UC San Diego 283-290-573
T5. Grand Canyon 284-290-574
T5. Sonoma State 284-290-574
T7. Cal State Stanislaus 290-286-576
9. Chico State 293-284-577
10. Sacramento State 292-286-578
11. Cal State Monterey Bay 289-290-579
12. Cal Poly 289-292-581
13. Western Washington 302-297-599
14. St. Martin’s 294-307-601
15. Cal State Dominguez Hills 300-304-604
16. Montana State-Billings 306-309-615
Top Five Individuals
1. Lucas Lee, UCLA, 65-57-132
2. Eric Justensen, CSS, 68-66-134
T3. Brady Baguio, CSB, 67-69-136
T3. Kyle Hopkins, SSU, 67-69-136
5. Craig Leslie, UCLA, 65-72-137
Sacramento State Scores
T12. Cody Miller 70-72-142
T16. Kyle Candlish 71-72-143
T44. Grand Norton 75-72-147
T49. Jeremy Harrs 78-70-148
T52. Scott DeBorba 76-73-149