MISSION VIEJO, Calif. - The UC San Diego golf team is currently in 13th place after two rounds at the 62nd Annual Southern California Intercollegiate Tournament at Mission Viejo County Club on Monday. UCSD is hosting the 14-team, two-day event.
The Tritons carded rounds of 316 and 322 and will enter tomorrow's final round at 70-over par (638), 45 strokes behind first-place Cal State Stanislaus.
Jay Lim posted the low score of the day for UCSD, shooting 76 (+5) before finishing the day with an 81 (+10). His 157 (+15) has him in a tie for 33rd place, along with teammate Lewis Simon. Simon shot 78-79 on the opening day of competition.
Jacob Williams is tied for 52nd (161, +19) after going 83-78 and Marc Hermman is tied for 59th place at 21-over par, 163 (79-84). Skyler Mednick posted a pair of 84's for the Tritons (168, +26).
CSUS shot 25-over (593) over the first two rounds to take an eight-shot lead over Grand Canyon (601). St. Edwards is a stroke back at 34-over (602) and Sonoma State sits in fourth at 608 (+40).
SSU's Alex Marry and CSUS's Trevor Blair are tied for the individual lead at two-over after posting identical scores of 71 (E) and 73 (+2). Jose Hernandez of SEU is one-stroke back while Alex Sobstad of Cal State Monterey Bay and Chris McCracken of CSUS are two strokes behind the leaders.
Brandon Moore of Grand Canyon University finished with the low round on the day, coming in with a 68 (-3) in round two. Southwest Oklahama State's Vincent Strong was the only other player to finish with a round under-par, shooting 70 (-1) in his second round. Moore and Strong sit in ninth and 26th place, respectively.
The So Cal Intercollegiate will wrap-up with the third and final round on Tuesday morning. The teams are scheduled for a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.