TCU golfers 14th after first day at CordeValle Collegiate
Nov. 6, 2006
SAN MARTIN, Calif. - The TCU Horned Frog men's golf team sits in 14th place among a stellar 17-team field after the first day of play at UCLA's CordeValle Collegiate in San Martin, Calif. Monday's play was suspended due to darkness with TCU owning with a 5-over-par total with nearly two rounds completed.
TCU shot a 6-over 294 on the opening 18, but with a 1-under total thus far in round two has a chance to break par. Stanford, currently at 22-under, leads the tournament by eight shots over Lamar.
Four members of TCU's five-man team completed both rounds. Junior Franklin Corpening was the top performer, as his two even-par scores of 72 has him tied for 33rd place at 144. Senior Drew Stoltz is also at level-par with two holes left to play on Tuesday morning. He is 2-under on his second round.
In his first tournament of the fall, sophomore James Sacheck (146, +2) is tied for 54th place, five spots ahead of classmate Robby Ormand (147, +3), who had a pair of eagles in round two. Fellow sophomore Jesse Speirs is in 87th position at 156 (+12).
Scott Roudebush, a freshman making his collegiate debut, is tied for 70th at plus-5. The Austin native, who is playing as an individual and does not count toward the team score, has two holes remaining in his second round.
Suspended second-round play will resume at 9 a.m. (CT) with a shotgun start. The final round will begin with a shotgun start at 10:30 (CT). Live scoring will be available on www.golfstat.com. This marks the final fall tournament for the 22nd-ranked Horned Frogs.