Baylor men's golf team is in sixth place after one round of play at the
Warrior Princeville Makai Invitational. The Bears shot an opening round
6-under par 282 on Monday, and they are 10
strokes behind tournament leader Cal State Fullerton entering Tuesday's second round.
Baylor players are in the top-25 individually. Junior Kyle Jones is
tied for fourth place after a first-round 5-under-par 67, and sophomore
Charles Neel White
is tied for 21st place at 2-under 70. One stroke behind White in a tie for 30th place is junior Niclas Mansson at 1-under par 71. Senior Jerry Ruiz and sophomore Andreas Gjesteby are in a tie for 56th place after shooting 2-over
par 74 in the first round.
Baylor enters the second round of the 54-hole tournament just two strokes back of the top five. Cal State Fullerton leads at 16-under, followed by Mississippi State at 14-under, Louisville at 13-under, San Francisco at 11-under and East Tennessee State at 8-under.