News for Friday, May 15, 2009
Texas – powered by a 2-under 69 from Lance Lopez – grabbed the second-round lead at the NCAA Men’s Southwest Regional.
Less than six months ago, Brittany Lincicome had a long sit-down with her parents and talked about the possibility of taking a year off from golf.
The Oklahoma winds finally kicked into motion and Oklahoma State rode it to a commanding lead Friday after two rounds at the NCAA South Central Regional at Karsten Creek Golf Club.
Charlotte’s Corey Nagy and Stefan Wiedergruen are inseparable, both in the lunchroom and on the leaderboard.
Alabama rebounded from a disappointing first round to post a tournament-best 1-over 285 in the second round of the NCAA Men’s Northeast Regional and finish the day in second place.
Postseason is a time when teams hope to be playing their best golf. That’s the case for Arizona State, which has posted eight of 10 individual rounds under par, and maintains the lead Friday at the NCAA West Regional.
Georgia Tech fell from second to a tie for sixth midway through the second round of the NCAA Central Regional.
Paul Goydos remembered hitting one mediocre shot Friday in the Texas Open, but not any bad ones.