EL DORADO, Ark. (10/31/16) – The Arkansas State men’s golf team shot a second-round 297 Monday at the Duck Commander Intercollegiate, giving it a 592 combined total and leaving it only one stroke behind leader Little Rock entering tomorrow’s final round.

The Red Wolves’ Tanner Napier remained atop the individual leaderboard after carding a 72 for the second 18 holes, which followed his course-record 68 shot yesterday at the Mystic Creek Golf Club.  Napier’s 139 total gives him a four-stroke lead over ULM’s Hogan Arey.

A-State posted a 295 team score for Sunday’s opening round and is currently in a three-way tie for second place with Stephen F. Austin and ULM.  The Red Wolves will enter Tuesday’s final round looking for its first tournament title of the season.

Joining Napier among the top-25 leaders for A-State were Zan Luka Stirn and Joel Wendin, who are tied for eighth and 18th place, respectively.  Luka Stirn cut one stroke off his total from yesterday with a 73 to give him a combined 147 score.  Wendin improved his score by two strokes, shooting a 75 to give him a combined 152.

Also competing for the Red Wolves, Andrew Huseman, Kevin Kramarski and Matthew Cole are all tied for 42nd place with a combined 159.  Cole is competing as an individual.

Place, Name (RD1-RD2—Total)
T2, Arkansas State (295-297—592)
1, Tanner Napier (68-71—139)
T8, Zan Luka Stirn (74-73—147)
T18, Joel Wendin (77-75—152)
T42, Andrew Huseman (76-83—159)
T42, Kevin Kramarski (81-78—159)
T42, *Matthew Cole (78-81—159)
*Competing as an individual