Bo Hoag Fires Second Round in the 60's, Buckeyes Tied for 10th at Pacific Invitational
Freshman from Upper Arlington tied for ninth at 7-under 137
COLUMBUS, Ohio The Ohio State men’s golf team shot a team score of 286 (-2) in the second round to move to a tie for 10th with a tournament total of 8-under 586 Tuesday at the SSC Pacific Invitational in Stockton, Calif. The three-day, 54-hole event is being held at the par 72, 6,720-yard Brookside Country Club. The Buckeyes remain tied with Brigham Young with Kansas State continuing to leave the tournament at 547 (-29).
Freshman Bo Hoag fired his second-consecutive round in the 60’s with a score of 68. The native of Upper Arlington, Ohio, had six birdies and was 3-under on the back nine en route to his fourth round under par in the fall season. He held his place in the individual standings in a tie for ninth with a score of 137 (-7).
Two Buckeyes carded rounds of 73, with freshman Brad Smith and senior Zach Sebert each recording the score. Smith, a native of Peru, Ind., competing in his first collegiate tournament, is tied for 38th with an even 144. The 73 for Sebert, a co-captain from Grove City, Ohio, was his second of the tournament to tie for 47th at 146.
Rounding out the Ohio State competitors are sophomore Patrick Simard and senior Kyle Coconis. Simard is tied for 35th at 143 after posting a second round of 74. Coconis shot the second-lowest OSU round for the day with an even 72 to move a tie for 59th with a total of 146.
The Buckeyes will conclude the Pacific Invitational and their fall season Wednesday with the final 18 holes of the event. Live scoring is available at www.golfstat.com.
SSC Pacific Invitational Day Two