Austin Rustand | Posted: 12 Sep 2022 | Updated: 18 Oct 2022

Cougars lead USF Intercollegiate with 18 holes to play

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Tyson Shelley makes a putt during the second round of the Western Intercollegiate at Pasatiempo Golf Club.

SAN FRANCISCO — BYU men’s golf shot 1-under-par and holds a one-shot lead through 36-holes at the USF Intercollegiate at the Olympic Club on Monday.

“The guys played some solid golf out there today,” said BYU head coach Bruce Brockbank. “We really had it going during the first round but had a rough start to round two. Credit to the guys for hanging in there and finding a way to post a solid number through 36 holes. It is always a nice feeling to lead going into the final round, so now we need to pay it off tomorrow.”

The Cougars fired a 6-under 278 during the opening round this morning, followed by a 289 this afternoon to post a 1-under-par 567 to grab a one-shot lead entering tomorrow’s final round.

After 36 holes, BYU (278-289—567) leads the USF Intercollegiate by one over the Little Rock Trojans who sit at even-par after shooting 287-281—568.

The Santa Clara Broncos are 1-over-par after posting rounds of 283-286—569 with the LMU Lions in fourth at 2-over par after carding rounds of 287-283—570. The San Francisco Dons (283-288—571) and Nevada Wolfpack (287-284—571) round out the top-5 at 3-over-par.

“We got off to a solid start in the morning round but had two doubles in key moments that stalled our momentum,” said BYU director of golf Todd Miller. “Although we didn’t play our best golf today, the team is excited to be in a position to win the tournament tomorrow.”

Tyson Shelley led the way for BYU on day one as he fired rounds of 69-70—139 to grab a share of third place entering the final 18 tomorrow. The sophomore carded four birdies in his first round and three more in his second go-around to finish at 3-under for the day, just two shots off the lead.

Senior Carson Lundell is two back of his teammate after shooting 71-70—141 to sit just inside the top-10 in a tie for eighth after day one. The two-time All-American recorded five birdies and four bogeys on the day to finish at 1-under-par.

David Timmins finds himself inside the top-25 after rounds of 68-76—144. The senior from Sandy, Utah made six birdies in his opening round this morning and is in a tie for 19th entering the final 18 holes tomorrow.

Elijah Turner sits in a tie for 31st after posting round of 74-73—147 on day one while Zac Jones rounded out the Cougars scoring with rounds of 70-78—148. Keanu Akina, who is playing as an individual, is tied for 55th after 36 holes after rounds of 77-78—155.

The Cougars tee off tomorrow at 8:30 a.m. PDT in the final round as they look to capture a season-opening win at the USF Intercollegiate. Live scoring for tomorrow’s round will be available at and updates will be posted on the BYU men’s golf Instagram and twitter accounts.

Individual Leaderboard

Place Player R1 R2 Total To Par
T-5 Tyson Shelley 69 70 139 -3
T-8 Carson Lundell 71 70 141 -1
T-19 David Timmins 68 76 166 +2
T-31 Elijah Turner 74 73 147 +5
T-36 Zac Jones 70 78 148 +6
T-55 Keanu Akina 77 78 155 +13

Team Leaderboard (Top 5)*

Place Team R1 R2 Total To Par
1st BYU 278 289 567 -1
2nd Little Rock 287 281 568 E
3rd Santa Clara 283 286 569 +1
4th LMU 287 283 570 +2
T-5 San Francisco 283 288 571 +3
T-5 Nevada 287 284 571 +3

*10-Team Field

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