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Beshoory Leads Houston at Querencia Cabo Collegiate

March 4, 2018

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Scoring | Results
Second-Round Pairings | Schedule

Team Rounds Score
123 F
1.  #1 Oklahoma State 276     276 -8
2.  #13 California 281     281 -3
3.  #29 Arizona State 285     285 +1
4.  #15 Texas 286     286 +2
5.  #20 Florida State 287     287 +3
6.  Rice 288     288 +4
7.  Duke 289     289 +5
8.  #17 Stanford 290     290 +6
9.  #45 Mississippi 291     291 +7
10.  USF 293     293 +9
t11.  #19 Arkansas 296     296 +12
t11.  #2 Vanderbilt 296     296 +12
13.  Houston 297     297 +13
14.  #5 Baylor 299     299 +15
15.  #14 Wake Forest 309     309 +25

HOUSTON LEADERS
123 F
t15.  Pryce Beshoory 71     71 E
t15.  Zach Tracy (Ind.) 71     71 E
t34.  Michael Perras 73     73 +2
t53.  Papito Gonzalez 75     75 +4
t66.  Matt Williams 78     78 +7
78.  George Gardner 82     82 +11

OVERALL LEADERS
123 F
1.  #4 Matthew Wolf
 Oklahoma State
65     65 -6
2.  #8 Collin Morikawa
 California
66     66 -5
t3.  #24 Theo Humphrey
 Vanderbilt
68     68 -3
t3.  #28 Viktor Hovland
 Oklahoma State
68     68 -3
t3.  Jake Benson
 Rice
68     68 -3

SAN JOSE del CABO, Mexico – University of Houston sophomore Pryce Beshoory posted an even-par 71 Sunday to lead the Cougars and tie for 15th following the First Round of the Querencia Cabo Collegiate.

Competing on the 6,898-yard, par-71 course at Querencia Golf Club, Beshoory drained a pair of birdies midway through his round to lead Houston.

Playing as an individual, fellow sophomore Zach Tracy also enjoyed a 71 in Sunday’s play and led Houston with four birdies during the round.

As a team, the Cougars stood in 13th with a score of 297. The tournament feature 12 of the nation’s top-50 teams.

No. 1 Oklahoma State posted a score of 8-under-276 to lead No. 13 California by five strokes. No. 29 Arizona State was in third at 285 with No. 15 Texas (286) and No. 20 Florida State (287) rounding out the top-five leaders.

On the individual leaderboard, Oklahoma State's Matthew Wolf fired a 65 to hold a 1-stroke advantage of California’s Collin Morikawa. Theo Humphrey (Vanderbilt), Viktor Hovland (Oklahoma State) and Jake Benson (Rice) were tied for third at 68.


LIVE SCORING
Fans can follow live scoring at the Querencia Cabo Collegiate by visiting Golfstat.com and following the appropriate links or by clicking here.
SECOND ROUND on MONDAY
The tournament continues with the Second Round beginning with a 10 a.m. (CST) shotgun start Monday. The Cougars will compete in group with student-athletes from Arkansas, Texas and Baylor and Wake Forest.


Beshoory will begin his round off No. 15 with Perras (No. 16), Gonzalez (first group off No. 17), William (second group off No. 17) and Gardner (No. 18 following.

Tracy will also start his round off No. 15.

The tournament wraps up with the final 18 holes Tuesday morning.


UP NEXT
Following the Querencia Cabo Collegiate, Houston will play host to the Border Olympics on March 9-10 at Laredo Country Club in Laredo, Texas.

From there, the team will host the Valspar Collegiate Championships on March 18-20 at Floridian Golf Club in Palm City, Fla.


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