Ice tied for sixth after round two of NCAA Regional; Pack sit 10th

Ice tied for sixth after round two of NCAA Regional; Pack sit 10th


STOCKTON, Calif. (May 9, 2017) - Senior Jake Ice (Tucson, Ariz.) shot a season-low round of 67 Tuesday to rank tied for sixth after two rounds of the NCAA Division II South Central/West Region Championship in Stockton, California. The ThunderWolves are 10th of 20 teams after 36 holes at the Brookside Country Club.

With the five-under round, Ice moved to -8 for the championship and is in a two-way tie for sixth. He totaled six birdies on the round with just one bogey. The leader is Trevor Lampson of California-Baptist at -13.

The Pack shot a two-under 286 and dropped two spots on the field. There are just 18 holes remaining in the tournament. The top five teams after 54 holes advance to the NCAA Championships. Cal-Baptist is leading the tournament at -29, 13 strokes better than second place.

Junior Neil Tillman (Arvada, Colo.) was the only other Pack player under par. He shot a one-under 71. After nine straight pars for a 36 on the front 9, Tillman carded a birdie on hole 10 and finished the back nine with a 35. He is one under for the championship to rank T-47th.

Sophomore Roy Carlsen (Arvada, Colo.) bounced back from a three-over front nine to finish with a one-over 73. He is -2 for the tournament to rank tied for 41st in the field of 108 golfers. The Pack used senior GJ Kuhn's (Ayr, Ontario, Canada) 75 (+3) to complete their team score.

The ThunderWolves will tee off at 1:50 p.m. MST and is in the final group with two familiar foes. Colorado School of Mines is 11th at -6 and University of Colorado Colorado Springs is 12th at -5.

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As a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, Colorado State University – Pueblo competes in 22 varsity sports in NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics.