(Neb.)- Eagle Golf Improves On Day Two Of Desert Classic
LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- The Eagle golf team represented Chadron State College at the Las Vegas Desert Classic, finishing its second of two rounds on Monday at the Primm Valley Golf Club.
Results were mixed, but the Eagles shook off some winter rust and came out on day two to knock 21 strokes off of their first round score. The team shot a 380-359-739 which is only three strokes off their best two-round tournament score of 736 from early September. Chadron State finished 13th out of 14 teams.
Four of five CSC golfers improved from day one to day two.
Individually, Sam Rahmig was the lowest scoring Eagle, finishing tied for 60th and shooting 91-85-176. Sydney Owen was tied at 64th with a 95-86-181, while Kelli Haynes fired 92-91-183 to tie for 68th.
Rahmig's 12 pars were a team high, and Owen led the Eagles with two birdies. Owens's pair of one-unders were both on the par-four hole 17, as was Rahmig's single birdie in round one. Karson Langley also birdied hole five on the first day.
Chadron State's second-round score of 359 was the second best they have played so far this season.
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