FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The Razorback golf team posted a nine-under-par 279 in the second round of the John A. Burns Intercollegiate in Schofield Barracks, Oahu. After two rounds of play, Arkansas is 11-under-par and sits in ninth place at the 21-team event. Junior Andrew Landry and sophomore David LIngmerth are in 10th and 14th place, respectively, on the individual leaderboard.
Landry is tied with three other golfers at six-under-par. He carded a three-under-par 69 to match his round score from day one. Landry is four shots behind the leaders heading into the final round. Lingmerth fired a second-round 68 and sits at five-under-par for the tournament. He is part of an 11-golfer tie for 14th place.
Senior Barrett Lais made the biggest turnaround for the Razorbacks from day one with a second-round 69. He moved up 30 places and is tied for 66th place at two-over-par. Teammate Sam Chavez carded a 73 on day two and is tied with Lais and four other golfers on the leaderboard.
Allen McFerran is tied for 72nd place after two rounds. He shot a second-round 74 and is three-over-par after 36 holes of competition.
Auburn is in first place with a 25-under-par team score. Individually, Johan Carlsson of San Diego State maintained a share of the lead from day one and is tied with California’s Stephen Hale at ten-under-par.
Friday’s final round is scheduled for a 12 p.m. CT shotgun start. Log on to www.hogwired.com for complete results and more news about Razorback golf.