Perras Set for NCAA Bryan Regional (Perras finishes 24th)

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Michael Perras

Monday, May 14 • 18 holes
7:30 a.m. split-tee start
Perras – 10:04 a.m. off No. 1

Tuesday, May 15 • 18 holes
7:30 a.m. split-tee start

Wednesday, May 16 • 18 holes
7:30 a.m. split-tee start

Traditions Club
Bryan, Texas
7,121 yards • Par 72

Perras will face student-athletes from No. 1 seed Texas A&M, No. 2 seed Baylor, No. 3 seed Clemson, No. 4 seed Kentucky, No. 5 seed UCLA, No. 6 seed Mississippi, No. 7 seed South Carolina, No. 8 seed San Francisco, No. 9 seed Georgia, No. 10 seed Mississippi State, No. 11 seed UNC Wilmington, No. 12 seed Northern Colorado and No. 13 seed Bradley.

Mitchell Meissner (Rice), Blake Elliott (McNeese), Zander Lozano (UTSA), Mario Carmona (Rice), Hunter Eichhorn (Marquette), Lewis George (Central Arkansas), Jake Brown (Indiana), Matt Murlick (Marquette) and Michael Sass (College of Charleston) also will compete as individuals at the NCAA Bryan Regional.

The Top-5 teams and top individual not from a qualifying team will advance to the NCAA Championships, set for Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Okla., on May 25-30.

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Live Scoring:

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Good day for Perras as he shot -2 and is tied for 7th.

As far as being the one individual to make it through, he’s one stroke back of those that wouldn’t currently qualify via their team. I’ve highlighted those golfers below with a red box. Ole Miss currently sits one stroke back of South Carolina for the 5th spot.

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For Tuesday’s Second Round, Perras will compete in a group with Northern Colorado’s Joshua Matz and Central Arkansas’ Lewis George. That group will tee off No. 1 at 10:04 a.m., Tuesday.

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Live Scoring for Round 2:

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The 5 teams in the lead have put some separation between them and the next group. 5th place Ole Miss leads South Carolina by 8 strokes. This kind of fleshes out who Perras is competing against.

He didn’t have a good day though and currently sits 7 strokes back of the individual qualifying leader. He basically need a miracle to advance.

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His Final Round tees off at 9:31 am

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Perras ended up finishing 10 strokes back of the McNeese kid. We’re really going to miss him next year.

University of Houston senior Michael Perras posted a 73 in the Final Round and closed out his collegiate career with a 24th-place finish at the NCAA Bryan Regional at Traditions Club on Wednesday afternoon.

Perras, who was one of 10 individuals to compete at the NCAA Bryan Regional, finished with a three-day, 54-hole score of 218 on the 7,121-yard course.

The Deer Park, Texas, native ended his career among the Cougars’ top-10 career leaders in strokes (10,675), stroke average (72.13) and rounds (148).