Men's Golf tied for ninth after first round of National Invitational Tournament
TUCSON, Ariz. -- The Texas men's golf team is tied for ninth place at the National Invitational Tournament after the first round of action on Sunday, March 27. The Longhorns carded a two-under-par 286, as did Tulsa and Pepperdine, and are 10 strokes behind leader TCU. On the individual leaderboard, junior Matthew Rosenfeld (Plano, Texas) is tied for 13th at three-under-par, while TCU's J.J. Killeen leads with an opening-round 66 (-6).
Both senior Shaun Goodwin (Spring, Texas) and freshman Kevin Schultz (Richardson, Texas) posted even-par 72s and are tied for 34th place, while Jhonattan Vegas (Maturin, Venezuela) shot a one-over-par 73 and is tied for 48th. Junior Jeff Bell (Plano, Texas) was the fifth Longhorn in action and he shot a five-over-par 77.
Second-round action will begin at 8 a.m. (Central) and Texas will be grouped with players from Pepperdine and USC. For live scoring throughout the day, visit TexasSports.com and check the day's calendar of events.
Team Standings (After First Round)
Individual Top Seven