HENDERSON, Nev. (May 3, 2011) -- New Mexico State took over first place after the second round of the Club Glove Western Athletic Conference Men's Golf Championship. The Aggies followed up yesterday's 289 with a 295 on Tuesday at the 7,313-yard, par-72 Rio Secco Golf Club in Henderson, Nev.
Fresno State dropped to second place with a 17-over par 305 in the second round. San Jose State remains in third after posting a 304 for the day.
Idaho's Damian Telles remains the individual leader after shooting a 1-over par 73 in the second round. He is 5-under par (66-73--139) for the tournament. In second, is Fresno State's Bryan Hogan (71-72--143) at 1-under par while San Jose State's Mark Hubbard is the only other player under par for the tournament (71-72--143) at -1. The best round of the day was carded by New Mexico State's Justin Shin who shot a 2-under 70 and moved from a tie for 14th to fourth place. New Mexico State has four players between fourth and seventh place.
In the rest of the team standings, Louisiana Tech, Nevada and Idaho are all tied for fourth place at (605, +29). Boise State is seventh (309-309--618) followed by Utah State (301-318--619) and Hawai‘i (308-313--621).
The three-day tournament concludes on Wednesday with final-round tee times beginning at 7:00 a.m.
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