Men’s golf moves to 10th place, Mazzoli tied for lead at Nike Collegiate Invitational

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TCU men’s golf drops to 10th place at the Nike Collegiate Invitational. Image courtesy of gofrogs.com.

TCU dropped one spot in the second round of the Nike Collegiate Invitational Monday after shooting a six-under 286.

Senior Stefano Mazzoli is in a tie for first place in the competition heading into Tuesday’s final round. Mazzoli shot three-under 67 in the second round on Monday and is three-under 137 for the tournament. He is tied with seven others for the lead.

Mazzoli has the chance to get his third-career collegiate tournament championship when he tees off at 8:36 a.m. on hole No. 10 Tuesday.

TCU senior Triston Fisher was able to match his opening round score of one-over 71 and is currently tied for 20th at two-over 142. Senior Pierre Mazier was able to move up five spots after two-over 72 and is tied for 32nd at five-over 145.

The Horned Frogs are just five strokes out of fifth place. The competition is now lead by No. 7 Duke as they lead with a score of one-under 559.

The final round’s earliest pairings tee off hole No. 1 at 7:30 a.m. TCU will begin at 8 a.m. on hole No. 10 as it closes out the NCI at Fort Worth’s Colonial Country Club.