Landry Razorbacks in Second Place at Mizzou Intercollegiate

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The Arkansas men’s golf team is in second place after the first day of the UMB Bank-Mizzou Tiger Intercollegiate Classic in Columbia, Mo. The Razorbacks are eight shots behind Indiana heading into Tuesday’s final round. On the individual leaderboard, Andrew Landry sits in second place after the first 36 holes of play.

Landry opened the day with a 69 and led the event after the first round at three under par. A second-round 73 left Landry behind the day-one leader, Indiana’s Jorge Campillo. Landry posted a two-under-par 142 during the first two rounds and is four shots back of Campillo with 18 holes to play.

Junior Will Osborne joins Landry in the top 10 with an even-par 144. Osborne is tied for fourth place with two other golfers. Over the first 18 holes, he posted a 74 and followed that with a two-under-par 70 during the second round.

Arkansas’ third golfer after Monday is junior Jason Turner who is among of group of five golfers tied for 23rd place. Turner carded a five-over-par 149 on Monday, including a second-round 73, a three-shot improvement on the 76 he shot over the first 18 holes. Sophomore David Lingmerth sat in a tie for sixth place after the first round after firing an even-par 72. During the second round, however, Lingmerth struggled with an eight-over-par 80 which knocked him back into a tie for 37th place.

Sam Chavez rounds out the Arkansas lineup with a nine-over-par 153 after the first day of the Mizzou Intercollegiate. The Razorback freshman shot a 76 and 77 in the first and second rounds, respectively. He is tied with Kansas State’s Robert Streb for 39th place.

The team from Indiana, the 20th-ranked team in the country, leads the event at even par following a first-day 576. The Hoosiers, who opened the day with a 294, improved by 12 shots in the second round with a six-under-par 282. Campillo carded a first-day 138 to take the lead into Tuesday’s final round.

The Razorbacks will be looking to collect their eight top-five finish of the season as they chase the leaders from Indiana. Tuesday’s final round is scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. Log on to for complete results.

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