MGolf Moves to Seventh at Maui Jim
Sophomore Matt Williams ties career low with 68 in Saturday’s Second Round
Four Cougars posted par rounds or better to move the Cougars higher in the team standings following the Second Round of the Maui Jim Intercollegiate at Mirabel Golf Club.
Sophomore Matt Williams enjoyed a career-low-tying 68 on the 7,147-yard, par-71 course to lead the Cougars, while junior Papito Gonzalez added a 70 and junior Michael Perras and senior Matt Scobie each chipped in with even-par 71s.
For Sunday’s Final Round, the Cougars will compete in groups with student-athletes from Georgia Tech, Kansas and Georgia State off No. 1.
Scobie will start the day at 9:11 a.m. (CDT) with Perras (9:22 a.m.), Williams (9:33 a.m.), Oh (9:44 a.m.) and Gonzalez (9:55 a.m.) following.
Veerman begins the Final Round at 9:11 a.m. (CDT) off No. 10.