Sophomore Zac Blair eagled the tenth hole for the second consecutive day. (Photo by Mark Philbrick/BYU Photo)
STOCKTON -- Sophomore Zac Blair shot an 8-under 63 and the BYU men's golf team gained ground Tuesday as day two of the Stockton Sports Commission Pacific Invitational concluded in Stockton, Calif.
For the second round in a row Blair eagled hole No. 10 and improved on a first-round 77 to move into a tie for 12th place and improve his overall mark to two under par.
"It was definitely fun to see Zac (Blair) respond after a tough first round," said BYU head coach Bruce Brockbank. "It was a good comeback for him."
After shooting a first-round 70, senior Cameron Edens slipped in the standings by shooting a 5-over 76 to move him into a tie for 39th.
Junior Daniel Reid improved on a first-round 74 with a 2-over 71 in round two. He goes into the final day tied for 42nd overall. Sophomores Alton Anderson Jr. and Adam Tebbs finished round two tied for 48th and 58th respectively, with rounds of 75 and 80.
"Hopefully we can come out on the final day and post some good scores," Brockbank said. "We need to be able to have more than one good score that we can count."
The third and final day of the tournament begins Wednesday, with shotgun starts kicking off at 8 a.m. PST. Follow third-round action live by clicking HERE or by visiting www.golfstat.com.
The Field - 2010 Stockton Sports Commission Pacific Invitational
2. Oregon State
4. Fresno State
5. UC Davis
T7. Kansas State
T7. Santa Clara
T7. St. Mary's-Calif.
11. Brigham Young
12 Brigham Young University
1st rd. 2nd rd. total
T12 Zac Blair 77 63 140
T39 Cameron Edens 70 76 146
T42 Daniel Reid 74 73 147
T48 Alton Anderson 75 75 150
58 Adam Tebbs 76 80 156
Team 295 287 582