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Pair of Freshmen Lead Cal Poly on First Day of Bill Cullum Invitational

Pair of Freshmen Lead Cal Poly on First Day of Bill Cullum Invitational

FIRST-DAY RESULTS (pdf)

SIMI VALLEY, Calif. -- Freshmen Nicholas Mok and Luke Adam posted even-par 144 totals for 36 holes during the first day of competition in the Bill Cullum Invitational on Monday at the Wood Ranch Golf Club.

Mok (74-70) and Adam (71-73) are tied for 31st place entering Tuesday's final round.

Tanner Podres (72-76) and Austin Liu (73-75) share 55th place with five other golfers at 148.

Cal Poly is 13th with a four-person 36-hole 18-over-par 594 total after a 295 in the morning and 299 in the afternoon. The Mustangs are just six strokes out of ninth place.

San Diego State has a commanding 17-stroke advantage over Utah State after two rounds of play. The Aztecs are at 30-under-par 546 while Utah State has a 563 aggregate. Grand Canyon is two more shots back in third place.

Individual leader after 36 holes is Puwit Anupansuebsai of San Diego State with rounds of 63 and 66 for a 15-under-par 129 total, five shots ahead of Grand Canyon's Trevor Lampson (65-69--134). Third place belongs to three golfers at nine under par.

Adam and Will Draper both carded one eagle Monday. Liu's 26 pars over 36 holes are tied for fourth among the 100 golfers in the field.