A-State takes over first place in Bob Sitton Invitational

A-State Sports
Jerry Scott, Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations

DALLAS – The Arkansas State men’s golf team shot a second-round 282 Wednesday at the Bob Sitton Invitational, ending the day with four players among the top-25 individual leaders as it took over first place at the 54-hole tourney featuring 24 teams.

The Red Wolves began play yesterday by recording a 288 at TPC Four Seasons before cutting six strokes off that total today.  Four of A-State’s five competing golfers improved on their first-round score to help the squad claim an eight-stroke lead over second-place Long Beach State through two rounds of action.

Zan Luka Stirn, currently tied for first place, leads the Red Wolves with a 137 (69-68).  Joining him among the top-10 leaders is Tanner Napier, who stands third with a 141 (68-73).

Also competing for Arkansas State, Joel Wendin is tied for 13th place with 145 (75-70), Andrew Huseman tied for 24th with a 147 (76-71) and Trent Jones tied for 69th with a 153 (78-75).

The Bob Sitton Invitational will conclude Thursday with the third-and-final round.

Place, Name (RD 1-RD 2—Total)
1, Arkansas State (288-282—570)
1, Zan Luka Stirn (69-68—137)
3, Tanner Napier (68-73—141)
T13, Joel Wendin (75-70—145)
T24, Andrew Huseman (76-71—147)
T69, Trent Jones (78-75—153)

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