Two In Contention In Houston
 
Travis Whisman and the Rebels are in seventh place after the first round of the Hall of Fame Invitational.
Travis Whisman and the Rebels are in seventh place after the first round of the Hall of Fame Invitational.
 
 
 

March 19, 2004

Results

HOUSTON - Andres Gonzales shot a three-under par 69 and sits just three strokes off the lead after the first round of the Hall of Fame Invitational in Houston on Friday.

Gonzales is tied for sixth overall and trails Arizona's Chris Nallen by thee shots.

Joining Gonzales in the top 10 was Ryan Moore, who is tied for ninth after shooting 70. However, the impressive scores by the Rebels' duo was good enough only to place the team seventh at the end of the day.

UNLV shot one-under par 287 as a team as Travis Whisman added a 73 and freshman Sam Hunt tossed in a 75 to complete the team total. Ryan Keeney's 79 did not figure into the team score.

The Rebels are 10 shots behind Arizona, the first-round leader, and just four strokes out of second place, shared by Arkansas, Texas, TCU and Texas A&M.

Second round play at the par-72, 7,352-yard Redstone Golf Club will begin at 7:30 a.m. CST.

 

 

 
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