Jacks in second place at home meet
PRIMM, Nev. - The South Dakota State men's golf team is currently in second place in the Jackrabbit Invitational at the Primm Valley Golf Club Desert Course.
The Jackrabbit men compiled a 36-hole score of 567 (291-276), and they are six strokes behind first-place Idaho. The men's Jacks second round 18-hole score of 276 is the lowest 18-hole score in school history by four strokes. Their 36-hole score of 567 is the second lowest in school history and just one lower than the best score.
Hudson Carpenter lead the Jacks fired a 138 (71-67), hitting 13 total birdies on the day, and is in third place. Carpenter's second round 18-hole score of 67 is tied for the third best in school history, while his 36-hole score of 138 is tied for the second best in school history.
Dillon Schultz tallied a 142 (72-70) and is tied for ninth place. Greg Fehrman is tied for 22nd after shooting a 145 (77-68). David Smith carded a 146 (75-71) and is tied for 27th place. Nolan Meyer registered a 148 (73-75) and is tied for 35th place.
Lukas Davison is competing as an individual, and he shot a 149 (74-75) and is tied for 40th place.
Idaho leads the field with a combined score of 561 (276-285), while Jarred Bossio of Idaho leads all individuals with a score of 136 (68-68). The third and final round of the tournament starts at 8:15 local time on Tuesday.