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CU men’s golf tied for sixth after first day of Pac-12 Championships

With two rounds completed on Monday’s first day of the Pac-12 Men’s Championships in Eugene, Ore., the Colorado golf team is situated in a tie for sixth place with a combined team score of 717 — 12 strokes back of leading Stanford and UCLA. The Cardinal and Bruins each shot a combined 705 team score at the Eugene Country Club ahead of Tuesday’s third round.

For the Buffs, Daniel O’Loughlin had a grueling but successful day, as he is tied for fourth individually after rounds of 67 and 70 on Monday. That equates to a two-round score of 5-under 137. The next closest Colorado competitor is Ross MacDonald, who sits tied for 22nd overall at 1-over 143.

Utah’s Kyler Dunkle and USC’s Justin Suh are leading the 72-hole tournament at 8-under 134. For Dunkle, it was a second-round 64 that got him in contention.

The tournament continues Tuesday at 11 a.m. MDT.