NORMAN – Junior Garett Reband simultaneously after 64 (-6) was released during Monday's open round at the NCAA Regional Pullman at Pal-Ridge Golf Club, par-70, 7,232 yard in Pullman, Wash. , with 270 (-10) accumulate during the first round.
Each of the five UU players turned rounds in the 60s as their low-career Reband match and put it together for the best 18-hole score in the OU's history during the season.
Round 270 OU is the best mark in school history in the NCAA competition and is tied to the third lowest round in program records.
“It's good to have everyone in the game and on a pitch,” said Ryan Hybl, OU's headman. “We brought up quite a few coming down the stretch, or it was a solid first round. (Garett) Reband did a great job for us today. We must see everyone there tomorrow. ”
Ref. 20 A&M Texas leads the Early Childhood by one shot after posting 269 (-11). Ref. 8 is ranked third at Georgia Tech at 271 (-9), followed by BYU at 272 (-8). Michigan States collects the top five after 273 (-7) postings.
The regional is one of six 54 hole pre-departures for the NCAA Championship. The five low teams and the low individual who are not on these teams from each region will progress to the NCAA Championship, scheduled for 24-29 May at the Blessed Golf Club in Fayetteville, Ark.
Reband put eight poultry by car during Monday's action and shared the single dominance with Carson Lundell and Chandler Phillips from Texas A & M after one round. Reband opened the day by means of the front playing at seven under par and he finished with the seventh round in this 60th season.
Blaine Hale senior shares 19th place at 68 (-2), four shots back from the single lead. In his fourth appearance for the Sooners by NCAA Regions, Hale took seven birds during the open round.
Senior Dal Dalke, junior Quice Cummins and the new man Patrick Welch are all linked to 23rd place through 18 holes at 69 (-1). Cummins finished strong with back poultry on holes No. 15 and 16 to claim their 10th round in the 60s this season.
Dalke finished with four poultry on his scorecard, and Welch played steadily in his NCAA postseason start by collecting a pair of poultry in the first nine.
The second round will start on Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. CT on hole No. 1 for the Harbors. OU will be paired with Texas A&M and Georgia Tech.
Live scoring is available on GolfStat.com.