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    A-State Takes Over Lead at Lake Las Vegas Intercollegiate
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    February 27, 2024

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    HENDERSON, Nev. (2/27/24) – The Arkansas State men’s golf team fired a second-round 279 Tuesday at the Lake Las Vegas Intercollegiate, taking over first place after entering the day tied for 11th.
     
    The Red Wolves cut eight strokes off their first-round score, ending the day with the second lowest single-round total of the three-day tourney thus far and with three players among the top-10 individual leaders.
     
    Holding a two-day total of 566, the Red Wolves will take a one-stroke lead over Little Rock and VCU into tomorrow’s third-and-final round at Reflection Bay.  Also included in the 22-team field, Santa Clara stands fourth with a 568 and Long Beach State rounds out the top-five leaders with a 569 total.
     
    A-State was led in the second round by Jack Maxey, who carded a 68 that stands as the lowest 18-hole score of the tourney for the Red Wolves.  Also coming in under-par today were Hugo Ronnberg and Thomas Schmidt with a 69 and 70, respectively.
     
    Recording a combined 140 for the first two rounds, Schmidt stands tied for third overall and is followed by Maxey and Ronnberg in a tie for eighth place.  Maxey and Ronnberg are both only one stroke behind Schmidt, each posting a 36-hole 141.
     
    The Lake Las Vegas Intercollegiate will conclude tomorrow with the final round, set to begin at 10:00 a.m. (CT).
     
    ARKANSAS STATE RESULTS
    Place, Name (RD 1-RD 2—TOTAL)
    1, Arkansas State (287-279—566)
    T3, Thomas Schmidt (70-70—140)
    T8, Jack Maxey (73-68—141)
    T8, Hugo Ronnberg (72-69—141)
    T33, Devyn Pappas (72-72—144)
    T91, Anthony De Schutter* (75-75—150)
    T103, Pierce Johnson* (74-77—151)
    T120, Chris Somerfield (83-76—159)
    *Competing as an individual

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