The University of Wyoming men’s golf team opened play at the Duck Invitational on Monday morning in Eugene, Ore.
The Pokes shot a first round score of 304 (+16) and carded a 296 (+8) in the afternoon to finish the opening day of the 54-hole tournament in 12th place in the 16-team field with a tally of 600 (+24).
Sophomore Kamrin Allen (Sheridan) had a couple of his best rounds of the spring to start the tournament off, which is being held at the par-72, 7-165-yard Emerald Valley Golf Course.
Allen had four birdies and fired a 73 (+1) during the first round, he then added four more birdies in the second round for a score of 72 (E) and sits tied for sixth place of the 88-man field with a 145 (+1).
“We’re playing a little better and most importantly we are being competitive,” Wyoming head coach Joe Jensen said. “We had really good play from plenty of our guys today but this is a tough course. We know we there is still work that needs to be done.”
Junior Cameron Lindell (Sheridan) shot a two-round total of 157 (+13) on Monday and is tied for 76th.