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Razorbacks Slip to 10th at Hall of Fame Invita

BY ANDRES FOCIL
Razorbacks Slip to 10th at Hall of Fame Invita


HUMBLE, Texas – Arkansas was unable to hold its second place position in the second round of the Hall of Fame Invitational as they registered a six-over-par 294. With its first round score of 283 (-5) the 16th-ranked Razorbacks now have a two-day total 577 for one over par and are in 10th place on Redstone Golf Club’s par 72, 7,352-yard golf course.
No. 20 Arizona continues to stay on top of the leader board with a 16-under-par 560. The Wildcats’ Chris Nallen is also holding steady in first place and is seven strokes ahead of the field with a 132 (-12).
Sophomore Paul Bradshaw was the only Hog golfer to shoot under par in the second round when he duplicated his first round performance of 71. His two-day total of two-under-par 142 has him tied in 14th. Next on the roster was freshman Matt Bortis who shot a 75 in the second round to give himself an even 144 after posting a 69 in Friday’s first round. He is tied for 27th.
Senior Chad Faucett and freshman Beau Glover are both tied in 38th place with a two-over-par 146. In the first round Faucett recorded a one-under-par 71, but was unable to carry that over in the second round when he shot a 75. Glover remained consistent with first and second round scores of 73.
Rounding out Arkansas’ lineup is senior Andrew Dahl. Dahl put up a 76 in the second round to go with his 72 from the first round. His performance gave him a four-over-par 148 and a tie for 54th.
Arkansas will conclude the Hall of Fame Invitational with a final round on Sunday morning. The Razorbacks’ tee time is scheduled for 9 a.m. on the 10th hole.



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