New Mexico Currently 11th at National Invitational Tournament
Courtesy: New Mexico Athletics  
Release:  03/29/2004
Courtesy: New Mexico Athletics

March 29, 2004

TUCSON, ARIZ. - The University of New Mexico struggled today at the National Invitational Tournament and fell to 11th place. The Lobos are currently 21-over par (291-306) on the par-72, 7,094 yard Omni Tucson National Golf Course.

Individually the Lobos are led by Jay Reynolds at 2-over par and is tied for 25th. Other UNM scores are tied for 32nd at 4-over par is Madalitso Muthiya, Miguel Griego is tied for 42nd at 6-over par, Ian Medlock is tied for 51st at 9-over par and 59th is Tyler Symons at 11-over par.

The team lead belongs to Arizona State at 10-under par, with USC just 3-strokes back. The individual lead still belongs to Ryan Moore of UNLV at 7-under par, while three others sit one stroke back.

The National Invitational Tournament concludes tomorrow with 18-holes in Tucson, Arizona.