Courtesy: Idaho Athletic Media Relations
Vandals climb to tie for ninth
Courtesy: Idaho Athletic Media Relations
          Release: 04/10/2013
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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Round two of the abbreviated Wyoming Cowboy Classic was a better one for the University of Idaho Vandals, who trimmed 31 strokes off of the first-day score to finish at 593 and in a tie for ninth.

Sean McMullen and Zach Wanderscheid both had 76s on the first day but came back with matching 70s Tuesday to tied for 19th at 146. Lower scores were the theme throughout the ranks as Aaron Cockerill took six strokes off with a closing 71 for a 148 and a tie for 33rd. In a tie for 72nd was Dylan Baker, whose second-day 70 was 13 strokes better than his opening round, and in a tie for 105th was Gordon Webb, who dropped 11 strokes off his first 18 to finish with a 74 for a 159.

Gonzaga won the 36-hole tournament, which was cut short by 18 holes because of high winds during Monday's opening day. The Bulldogs had a 574. Colorado was second at 580 with Tulsa third at 582.

The medalist was UC Santa Barbara's Glen Scher, who had the only sub-par score of the tournament with a 138.

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