Ag Men Still Tied For Sixth At Golf Regional

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COLUMBUS, Ohio -- No. 17-ranked Texas A&M carded a 10-over-par 294 on Friday and remained tied for sixth place after two rounds of the NCAA Men's Golf Central Regional at Ohio State's Scarlet Golf Course.

The top 10 teams after Saturday's final round will advance to the NCAA Championship May 28-31 in West Lafayette, Ind. A&M tees of at 7:18 a.m. and will be paired with Penn State and Eastern Kentucky.

No. 22 Wake Forest leads by 10 strokes with a 577 total. Rounding out the top 10 are No. 1 Alabama (587), Illinois (590), Penn State (590), Eastern Kentucky (591), A&M (298-294=592), No. 5 Oklahoma State (592), No. 6 Florida (594), No. 25 Louisville (594), No. 23 Indiana (597) and Kent State (597).

Other teams scores are Michigan (598), Eastern Michigan (599), Lamar (600), No. 11 Tennessee (601), Wichita State (602), Ohio State (602), TCU (604), Colorado (604), No. 8 Georgia Tech (606), Texas-Arlington (606), Arkansas (608), Cleveland State (612), Marquette (613), Baylor (616), Sacred Heart (627) and Loyola College (632).

Oklahoma State's Kevin Tway leads the individual standings with a three-under total of 70-69=139.

A&M sophomore Andrea Pavan (74-72=146) is tied for 14th, freshman Nacho Elvira (74-74=148) and junior Matt Van Zandt (75-73=148) are tied for 29th, senior Bobby Gates (75-75=150) is tied for 50th and junior Bronson Burgoon (75-77=152) is tied for 69th.

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