Litchfield, AZ—The Brigham Young University-Hawaii men's golf team shot the second-best team score of the second round today to move from tenth to eighth place at the Grand Canyon Thunderbird Invitational today. The Seasiders scored a team total of 293, just five strokes over par, in the afternoon round on the par-72 layout to trail only tournament leader, and host, Grand Canyon for the round.
The Seasiders shot 311 in the morning's first round, giving them a two-round total of 604. BYU-Hawaii trails St. Martin's by two shots and Western New Mexico by three heading into tomorrow's final round. Grand Canyon leads the 16-team tournament with a two-round total of 578.
Individually, Dillon Dudley and Mike Klem lead the Seasiders with identical scores of 78-71—149, tying them for 16th place individually. Scott Pickering is tied for 23rd with a total of 78-73—151 for the Seasiders. Colten Lamb and Trevor Gosar are both tied for 58th place. Lamb shot 77-81—158 while Gosar shot 80-78—158.
BYU–Hawaii will complete the Grand Canyon Thunderbird Classic in Litchfield Park, Arizona tomorrow.