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Tulsa Men Golfers in 7th Place After Two Rounds at Desert Shootout

Matt Mabrey had Tulsa's best round on Friday at the Desert Shootout.
Matt Mabrey had Tulsa's best round on Friday at the Desert Shootout.
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March 23, 2012

Goodyear, Ariz. - Tulsa carded a score of 291 in second round action today at the 54-hole Desert Shootout for a four-under par 572 total. The Hurricane sits in seventh place after two rounds at the par-72 Palm Valley Golf Course.

BYU leads the 15-team field after shooting a second straight day of 14-under par 274 for a 28-under par 548. Host Denver moved into second place with a 582 total, followed by Wichita State (564), San Diego (566) and Air Force (569) rounding out the top-5 schools.

Tulsa freshman Matt Mabrey turned in a three-under par score of 69 and sits in 11th place with a 36-hole total of 141, while junior Mark Mumford has a score of 142 for 18th place. He turned in a round of 76 today. Senior Stephen Carney had Tulsa's second-best round of the day with a score of two-under par 70 for a 146 total and 45th place.

Junior Chris Worrell shot a score of 77 and has a 147 total for 55th place, while sophomore John Young Kim is in 64th place after today's 76 gives him a score of 149.

San Diego's Alex Ching and BYU's Justin Keiley are tied for first place with scores of 12-under par 132. Keiley turned in the best round of the day with a seven-under par 65.

The Hurricane has two golfers playing as individuals as well, including Cody Kent is tied for 45th place with a score of 146, while Colton Staggs is in 79th place with a two round score of 151. Kent shot a two-under par 70, while Staggs carded a round of 72 today.

The final 18 holes get underway Saturday morning at 7:30 am (PT) in a shotgun start.

Team Results
1.	BYU	        274-274=548
2.	Denver	        288-274=562
3.	Wichita State	283-281=564
4.	San Diego	278-288=566
5.	Air Force	283-286=569
6.	Boise State	289-282=571
7.	Tulsa	        281-291=572
8.	Kansas     	285-289=574
9.	Kansas State	290-285=575
10.	Nevada	        288-289=577
11.	Idaho	        294-284=578
12.	Nebraska	288-294=582
13.	Southern Utah	295-288=583
14.	New Mexico St.  293-291=584
15.	Creighton	296-292=588



Tulsa Individuals T11. Matt Mabrey 72-69=141 (-3) T18. Mark Mumford 66-76=142 (-2) T45. Stephen Carney 76-70=146 (+2) T55. Chris Worrell 70-77=147 (+3) T64. John Young Kim 73-76=149 (+5)

Top-5 Individuals T1. Alex Ching, San Diego 64-68=132 (-12) T1. Justin Keiley, BYU 67-65=132 (-12) 3 Rafael Becker, WSU 68-68=136 (-8) T4. Scott Willman, Nebraska 67-71=138 (-6) T4. Oskar Arvidsson, Denver 71-67=138 (-6) T4. Gaston De La Torre, NMSU69-69=138 (-6)