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Raber still pacing UCD golf

By February 15, 2011

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NEWPORT COAST — Tyler Raber posted a second-round score of 73, dropping into a tie for 13th place as the UC Davis men’s golf team shot a 373 at the Pelican Hill Golf Course on the second day of the Battle at the Beach to move into tenth overall Monday.

The Aggies also received a 74 from Austin Graham and a 75 from Matt Seramin, moving each into a tie for 36th place. Andrew Haggen also carded a 75 and is tied for 41st, while Josh Granger shot a 76 and is tied for 62nd. Daniel Covrig, playing as an individual, finished with an 80 and is in 71st.

UCD is one stroke behind ninth-place and 36th-ranked Oregon State. San Diego remains in first place at 1-over 701.

After a season-low score of 2-under 68 on the first day, Raber — a Davis High graduate — started strong with four straight pars, then moved to one over with a bogey on the par-4 fifth hole. Raber remained even through the next five holes before his second bogey of the day. A birdie on the par-4 13th got him back to one over, but bogeys on the 14th and 18th resulted in a 3-over 73.

Graham’s second round was highlighted by a back nine that featured seven straight pars to finish the day, while Seramin closed his second round with two straight birdies on the 17th and 18th holes to finish with a 75. Haggen also had two birdies while Granger shot par on eight of his first nine holes.

The tournament concludes today with UCD scheduled to play alongside Oregon State beginning at 8:30 a.m.

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