Missouri State Currently Eleventh at UMKC's Bill Ross Intercollegiate
 
Brik Brauburger leads the Missouri State men's golf team after the first day of play.
 
Brik Brauburger leads the Missouri State men's golf team after the first day of play.
 

Oct. 14, 2013

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Overland Park, KS – The Missouri State men’s golf team is in eleventh place heading into Tuesday’s final round of play after shooting 302, 300 on Monday.

Central Arkansas is leading the Bill Ross Intercollegiate after two rounds (579), followed by Oklahoma Christian (580), Louisiana-Monroe (585), Wichita State (588), Denver (591), Northern Iowa (592), Oral Roberts (595), hosts Missouri-Kansas City (597), Air Force (598), and Arkansas State (598). Missouri State’s 602 is lower than four schools.

Brik Brauburger leads the Bears, due in part to his first round 71, which was tied for third to open the tournament. Brauburger finished Monday in a tie for 17th place, after carding 148.

The rest of Missouri State rounds out with Joey Johnson (151), Mitch Mather (152), Eric Straub (154) and Nick Langley (155).

Central Arkansas’ Pep Angles and Arkansas State’s Easton Key lead the field after each shooting an opening day 141.

The tournament concludes on Tuesday morning with the final eighteen holes.


 

 

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