Wed, Oct 03, 2012 - [Men's Golf]
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After a strong outing on day one of the Cougar Invitational, the men's golf team looked to repeat on Tuesday.  Leading into day two of the invitational, the men were tied for second place out of fourteen.  The Golden Eagles were riding on the back of the college career personal best for Chris Wisen, who shot a 75. 

Day two took place at Autumn Ridge with a total yardage of 7103 and a par score of 72.  Cornerstone did not have the same strong outing compared to Monday.  The team score for the day was 329, making for a 634 total in the Cougar Invitational.  The team finished the Cougar Invitational seventh.  This time Bailey Matheison led the way for Cornerstone shooting a 81. 

Coming up for the Golden Eagles is the WHAC Jamboree #3 hosted by Madonna at Fellows Creek Golf Club.  Tee time will be at 11 a.m. on Saturday.  Currently the team is in sixth place in the conference.  The team looks to chip away at conference leader, Davenport, who holds a 15 stroke lead over Cornerstone.

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