NM State men’s golfer Justin Shin continues to find his way at the top of the leader board at the Bayou City Collegiate Championships at the par 72; 6963-yard, Redstone Golf Club. He carded a 3-under par, 69 in round two and is currently tied for fifth overall at 4-under par, 140 (71-69).
As a team, the Aggies are tied for 10th overall at 12-over par, 588 (299-289). NM State improved 10 strokes from round one to round two, shooting a team score of 1-over par, 289 in round two.
Derek Baade and Willy Hogan were both tied for 58th overall at 7-over par, 151. Baade was 2-over par, 74 in the second round, while Hogan shot a 5-over par, 77.
Brett Walker rebounded in round two with a 10 strokes difference from round one to round two. He carded a 1-under par, 71. Walker is currently tied for 62nd overall with a two-day score of 8-over par, 152 (81-71). Kenneth Fadke is also tied for 62nd overall at 8-over par, 152 (77-75). He shot a 3-over par, 75 in round two.
No. 3 Texas continues to lead the tournament at 17-under par, followed by No. 37 Baylor (-4), Charlotte (-2), No. 36 Houston (E) and Louisiana Tech (+2). Brax McCarthy of Texas leads the individual tournament at 8-under par.
The Aggies will be back in action tomorrow for the final round of play.