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Cal Poly Remains 13th in Warrior Princeville Makai Invitational

Cal Poly Remains 13th in Warrior Princeville Makai Invitational
 
PRINCEVILLE, Hawaii — Thomas Lehman carded a 69 and Tanner Podres added a 70 as the Cal Poly men's golf team remained in 13th place after the second round of play in the Warrior Princeville Makai Invitational on Monday.
 
Playing on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, Coach Scott Cartwright's Mustangs bettered Sunday's four-person team total by five strokes with a 286, but could not improve on their team standing in the 20-school event on the Makai Golf Club at Princeville course.
 
The Mustangs enter Tuesday's final round with a one-over-par 575 total on the 7,223-yard, par-72 layout.
 
Pepperdine leads with a 19-under-par 557 aggregate, followed by Missouri at 561 and Sam Houston State at 564. Missouri jumped six spots and Sam Houston State three positions following Monday's round.
 
Lehman (pictured above) and Podres are tied for 23rd place with nine other golfers, all with two-under-par 142 totals. Also scoring for Cal Poly were Dominick Hoover with a 74 for a 145 total and 45th place, Will Draper with a 74 for a 148 total and 72nd place, and Adil Bir Singh with an 81 for a 160 total and 108th place.
 
Competing as an individual, Sage Casaga recorded a second-round 74 and is in a tie for 94th place with a 154 total.
 
Blake Elliott of McNeese State climbed from eighth place into the lead with a blistering 63 for a 13-under-par 131 total and a two-shot advantage over Joshua McCarthy of Pepperdine (66-67–133). William Holcomb of Sam Houston State and Jake Godfrey of Utah Valley share third place at 135.
 
First-round leader Josh Seiple of Mississippi followed Sunday's 65 with a 77 and fell into the deadlock for 23rd place.
 
Lehman is second in par-3 scoring at one under par and his 25 pars are tied for 10th. Draper carded an eagle on the 540-yard par-5 fifth hole Monday.