Falcons in Second Place at Ron Moore Intercollegiate
Sept. 15, 2008
DENVER, Colo. - After firing two rounds under par on Monday, the Air Force golf team currently sits in second place at the Ron Moore lntercollegiate, hosted by Denver at the 7,239-yard, par-72 Green Valley Ranch Golf Club. The Falcons, who have three individuals in the top 10 on day one of the tournament, fired a 566 (-10) in the opening two rounds.
Sitting in a tie for third place to pace Air Force on the opening day is sophomore Kyle Bailey (Austin, Texas), who is just one stroke out of first place with a 137 (-7). Bailey's total after two rounds ties a school record for lowest 36-hole score in school history. Meanwhile, also in the top 10 with below-par scores are junior Tom Whitney (La Quinta, Calif.), tied for sixth place at 139 and senior Shaun O'Bryant (Colorado Springs, Colo.), tied for ninth at 140.
Rounding out the Air Force group are senior Andrew Gibson (San Ramon, Calif.), tied for 47th place, and freshman Robert Belz (San Antonio, Texas), tied for 71st overall. In addition, Aaron White (So., Hereford, Texas) and Travis Deckert (Fr., Wichita, Kan.) both competing as individuals, are tied for 77th.
Colorado sits atop the team leaderboard at 550 (-26) after two rounds, while the Buffs' Pat Grady and Kevin Kring are tied for first place individually at 136 (-8).
The final round of the Ron Moore Intercollegiate is set to begin tomorrow with an 8:00 a.m. shotgun start.
Day One Results