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Sooners Move Into Sixth On Day Two

NORMAN — The No. 11 Oklahoma men’s golf team moved into sixth place during the second round Saturday at the Ka’anapali Collegiate Classic. The three-day, 54-hole tournament is taking place at the par-71, 6,700-yard at the Ka’anapali Golf Course in Lahaina, Maui, Hawai’i.

The Sooners posted a team total of 278 (-6) during the second round to bring their 36-hole total to 553 (-15). After firing its lowest team round of the season on Friday, OU’s total of 278 ranks as the second-lowest round of the year for the Sooners.

California leads after two rounds at 541 (-27), followed by North Florida in second place three shots back at 544 (-24). Georgia and South Carolina share third with a 36-hole total of 550 (-18), followed by West Virginia in fifth place at 551 (-17).

Redshirt junior Quade Cummins paces the Sooners, tied for second place with a total of 133 (-9). Cummins shot a 66 (-5) in the second round, setting a career low and marking his 17th career round in the 60s. The redshirt junior started his day with birdies on four of the first five holes.

Junior Riley Casey is tied for 16th place after 36 holes. Casey logged a 70 (-1) during Saturday’s action. The junior carded three birdies in the second round.

Senior Blaine Hale and freshman Logan McAllister are tied for 40th place at 140 (-2). McAllister finished with a 70 (-2) during the second round, while Hale totaled a 72 (+1).

Rounding out the OU lineup is junior Garett Reband, who is tied for 65th at 144 (+2). The junior posted a 73 (+1) on Saturday.

Senior Brad Dalke and freshman Patrick Welch are competing this weekend as individuals and continued to build off their strong start. Welch moved into a tie for 12th place at 136 (-6), posting a 69 (-2) during the second round. Dalke shares 16th place at 137 (-5) after firing a 68 (-3) on Saturday, his lowest round of the season.

The final round of the Ka’anapali Collegiate Classic gets underway at 1 p.m. CT.

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