Men's Golf 12th After Two Rounds in the Snowman Getaway
Mitch Mather leads the way for Missouri State after Monday.
Mitch Mather leads the way for Missouri State after Monday.

Feb. 24, 2014

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GOODYEAR, Ariz. – Missouri State men’s golf currently sits in 12th place in the 17-school Snowman Getaway after Monday’s first 36 holes.

The Bears shot an even 288 in Monday’s first round, and followed that up with a 292 second round. The combined 580 are four strokes off of par.

Air Force leads the field after a tournament best opening round 12-under par. The Falcons carded 276-287—563. The top-five schools are all under par after Monday.

Following Air Force are Missouri-Kansas City (285-282—567), William & Mary (284-288—572), Utah Valley (285-288—573), and St. John’s (287-287—574).

The Bears were led by sophomore Mitch Mather’s 73-69—142, which puts him in a tie for 16th place overall. Only fourteen of the 100 golfers at the Snowman Getaway scored 69 or lower in the second round, including Mather.

Sophomore Joey Johnson is 1-over par after carding 72-73—145 on Monday. Redshirt senior Eric Straub’s recorded the best first round score for the Bears with his 71. Straub shot 71-75—146 after 36 holes.

Rounding out the Missouri State players are Brik Brauburger (72-75—147) and Mark Karlsen (77-76—153).

Thirty golfers scored under par after the first two-rounds. St. John’s Ryan McCormick is the leader with his 12-under performance (64-68—132). McCormick is followed by a pair of Sun Devils with Arizona’s State’s Blake Cannon (68-66—134) and Mathias Schjoelberg (70-65-135) sitting in second and third. Air Force’s Kyle Westmoreland holds a tie for third with his 67-68—135.



The final round of the Snowman Getaway will be played Tuesday morning at 9:00 a.m. central time.

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