Nevada sophomore Matt Rippy birdied four of his last six holes today to shoot a career-best five-under-par 67 and expand the Wolf Pack's lead to 10 strokes after two rounds of the Western Athletic Conference men's golf championship.
Nevada freshman Taylor Coffman carded a 69 for the second day in
a row for the Wolf Pack, who take a two-day total of 22-under 554
headed into tomorrow's final round. The league tourney is being held at the par 72, 72-hundred-yard Hidden Valley Country Club in Reno.
Fresno State's Grant Doverspike followed his opening-round 66 with a 67 today to maintain the individual lead at 11-under 133. He's two strokes ahead of Utah State's Devin Daniels (69-66-135).
Coffman is five strokes off the lead in third at six-under 138 and Rippy is tied for fourth another stroke back.
Boise State is second in the team standings with 564 followed by
Fresno State (566), Hawaii (567), Louisiana Tech (575), New Mexico
State (578), Idaho (580), San Jose State (584) and Utah State (587).
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