New Mexico Currently Second after Day One at the Tucker
Courtesy: New Mexico Athletics  
Release:  09/12/2003
Courtesy: New Mexico Athletics

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Sept. 12, 2003

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - The University of New Mexico men's golf team is currently in second place after a two round total of 578 (281, 286) at the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate golf tournament. The Lobos trail Arizona State University by ten strokes going into the 18 hole final round, tomorrow at the par 72, 7354 Championship Course.

Individually for New Mexico, Madalitso Muthiya led the way with rounds of 70 and 71 to finish the day tied for fourth. Jay Reynolds also finished the 36 holes in the top ten, tied for eighth with a 144 (73, 71). Other scores for the Lobos: Jay Choi is tied for 31st with 147 (74, 73), Charlie Beljan carded a 36-hole 148 (76, 72) good for a tie for 40th and Miguel Griego shot a two round total of 151 (77, 74) to tie for 57th.

The New Mexico junior varsity team is currently in 11th after rounds of 299 and 294. The UNM JV team was led by Ian Medlock with a 36-hole total of 141 (72, 69) to tie for fourth with Muthiya. Other UNM JV scores: Tyler Symons tied for 47th with a 149 (74, 75), Jim Anderson shot a 150 (74, 76) to tie for 53rd, tied for 69th is Jeff Lanier with 153 (79, 74) and Chase Thomas shot a 158 (79, 79) to finish tied for 96th.

The overall individual lead is shared by William Haddrell (70, 67) of Texas Tech and Matthew Kodama (68, 69) of Hawaii with 36-hole scores of 137.

The William H. Tucker Intercollegiate will conclude tomorrow at The Championship Course, with tee times beginning at 7:30 a.m. off both the No. 1 and No. 10 tee boxes.