CU Men Move Up To 11th After 36 Holes

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From Campbell Media Services

After a difficult start, Campbell recovered and played well over the final nine holes Tuesday in the NCAA West Lafayette regional men’s golf championship. The Camels were 10-over-par at the turn, but played their final nine holes (the front side) at just two-over on the par-72, 7411-yard Kampen Course.

No.-44 New Mexico overtook UNLV for first place after shooting 6-under-par Tuesday (288- 282—570).

Campbell sophomore Jesper Svensson is tied for 38th place at 6-over 150 (75-75). Senior Craig Hornberger and freshman Brett McLamb turned in Campbell’s low scores of the day at two-over 74.

McLamb (79-74—153) made four birdies and finished the front side one-over. Thomas La Morte (76-77—153) is tied with McLamb for 53rd place.

Brett McLamb shot 74 for Campbell in Tuesday’s round.

Photo/Dave Wegiel

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