NCAA Men's Golf Regionals: Hale has record day, OU in 2nd heading into final round
Blaine Hale shot a school record 8-under 62, and the Oklahoma men's golf team remained in second place Tuesday at the NCAA regional in Pullman, Washington.
The Sooners carded a 10-under 270 in the second round Tuesday, matching its score from the first day of the tournament. Texas A&M has a three-stroke lead over the Sooners with an overall score of 537 (-13).
Hale was first in the individual standings at 10-under. BYU's Rhett Rasmussen, San Francisco's Tim Widing and UC Santa Barbara's Zach Smith were tied for second at 8-under.
The final round of the tournament is set for Wednesday at 9:30 a.m.
Six regional tournaments are being played throughout the nation. The top five teams and the top individual not on those teams from each regional will advance to the finals.
Cowboys in 2nd place at Louisville
Oklahoma State remained in second place after shooting a 1-under 283 in the second round of the NCAA Louisville Regional on Tuesday in Simpsonville, Kentucky.
The Cowboys had an overall score of 7-under 561, which was eight strokes behind Auburn.
OSU's Viktor Hovland was tied for fourth in the individual standings with a 36-hole total of 137 (-5). Fellow Cowboy Matthew Wolff was tied for 11th at 1 under.
The final round is scheduled to begin at 6:30 a.m. Wednesday.