Broken Arrow, Oklahoma - After a strong opening round that saw them only two strokes off the team lead, the Cal State Fullerton men's golfers stumbled in Monday's second round and sit in seventh place among 10 teams at the Bob Hurley Auto ORU Shootout at the Golf Club of Oklahoma.
Dakota Duerr shot a one-under-par 71 on the first 18 but his second round score of 82 left him in a tie for 25th place at 153 with 18 holes to go. Teammate Corey Gard shot 76-79 - 155 to tie for 32nd and Mark Anguiano and David Lyons are tied for 34h at 157.
Scott Rubzin, playing as an individual, has the low score among Titans at 151, 7-over-par. Fullerton's team score is 303 - 318 - 621.
After the first round, Texas State was the leader at 301 but Louisiana-Monroe emerged after two rounds with a total of 589 strokes. UL-Monroe has the runaway individual leader in Gustaf Kocken at 67-67 - 134, 10 under par and 8 strokes ahead of he runnerup.
The final 18 holes will be played Tuesday over the 7,100-yard course.