Mules hold 36-hole lead at NCAA Super Regional

Written by Muleskinner Staff

(LEMONT, Ill.) — Battling elements that included wind, rain, sun and both warm and cold temperatures, the Mules golf team shot a second-round 295 and holds the overall lead at the NCAA Central/Midwest Super Regional at Cog Hill Country Club after 36 of 54 holes.
The Mules sit at 10-over par overall and lead by five shots over Southeastern Oklahoma State.
Alex Springer was the first Mule to tee off and he turned in the team’s low round of the day, firing a one-under par 71. He is three-over par for the tournament and sits in a tie for 13th place heading into Wednesday’s final round.
Travis Mays shot a three-over par 75 in the second round and is tied for the individual lead at two-under par. He is tied with Zach James of SE Oklahoma State.
Cy Moritz shot a two-over par, 74 in the second round and sits in a tie for 22nd place at five-over par. Sam Migdal is also tied for 22nd at five-over after a second round four-over par 76.
Teddy Jones shot a three-over par 75 in Tuesday’s round and is tied for 56th overall at 10-over par.
The Mules lead by five shots over the Savage Storm heading in to the final round. Central Oklahoma and Missouri-St. Louis are tied for third at 17-over par, 593. Southwestern Oklahoma State is fifth at 22-over par.
The Mules will begin the third and final round on Wednesday starting at 12:50 p.m. from the front nine.