New Mexico Leads the Way in Hawaii

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Courtesy of golobos.com
 
College CentralWAHIAWA, Hawai'i -- The New Mexico men's golf team remained in first place at the John Burns Intercollegiate Thursday afternoon with a score of 276-279--555 (-21). The Lobos lead second-place UNLV by one stroke.
 
Spencer Levin continues to lead the field after firing a 7-under 65 in the second round. He is 12-under for the tournament (67-65--132), and leads Arizona State's Henry Liaw by one stroke.
 
Jay Choi is also in the top 10, tied for sixth place with a 6-under 138 (68-70). Tyler Symons and Ian Medlock are each 1-over at 145, which places them in a tie for 55th. Jay Reynolds is 2-over at 146 (68-78).
 
The final round of the John Burns Intercollegiate continues Friday at the Leilehua Golf Course.
 

1 New Mexico, U. of 276 279 555 -21
2 UNLV 280 276 556 -20
3 Arizona, U. of 285 272 557 -19
4 California, U. of 284 278 562 -14
5 Texas A&M University 283 280 563 -13
6 Colorado, U. of 286 280 566 -10
7 Brigham Young Univ. 279 288 567 -9
SMU 281 286 567 -9
9 San Diego State U. 283 287 570 -6
10 Denver, U. of 285 286 571 -5
11 Colorado State Univ. 282 290 572 -4
12 San Jose State Univ. 282 292 574 -2
13 Pacific, U. of the 293 283 576 E
14 Texas El Paso, U. of 285 293 578 +2
15 UC-Santa Barbara 289 292 581 +5
16 Utah, Univ. of 278 304 582 +6
17 Hawaii-Hilo, U. of 294 292 586 +10
18 UH Hilo B 297 294 591 +15
19 Hawaii, Univ. of 297 296 593 +17
San Francisco, U. of 294 299 593 +17
21 Nagoya University 294 303 597 +21
22 UH Manoa B 301 305 606 +30