BOULDER CITY, Nev. – SIUE golf posted a 285 in the second round Friday and currently sits seventh in a 15-field after two rounds of South Dakota State's Jackrabbit Invitational.
The Cougars have a combined 593 and are seven strokes out of the top five. The second round score of 285 is among the top 15 lowest team rounds in school history.
Nevada leads the team competition with a 562. UCLA (564) and UNLV (566) make up the top three.
Nevada's Grant Booth combined sits atop the individual leaderboard with a 135. Devin Bling of UCLA is a stroke behind in second place. UNLV's Shintaro Ban and Jack Trent are tied for third at 139.
Individually for the Cougars, Danny Gorman and Kyle Slattery are tied for 16th-place. Each has a 145. Jordan Harre has a 151 and is tied for 42nd. Brady Dixon is tied for 52nd with a 153. Austin Glendinning has a 158 and is tied for 69th.
Conor Dore is entered as SIUE's individual. Dore shot a 70 in the second round.
The final 18-hole round gets underway Saturday morning at Boulder Creek Golf Club.