Westmont’s Trevor White finds himself on top of the leaderboard after the first day of the Westmont Invitational at Sandpiper Golf Course on Monday.
White, who shot a 76 in the first round, posted a two-under score of 70 in the second round. It marks the first time a Westmont golfer shot under par.
White holds a one-stroke lead over The Master’s Eric Martin and William Jessup’s Oliver Csanyi, both of whom recorded three-under 69s in the second round to tally 147 over the first two rounds.
Westmont’s Lorne Fishburn ended the second round tied for eighth place with a score of 151, five off the leader. Fishburn produced rounds of 75 and 76.
As a team, the Warriors finished the first round in first place with a score of 299. That gave them a four-stroke lead over Embry-Riddle (Ariz.). A score of 310 in the second round dropped the Warriors into second place with a score of 609, nine-strokes behind The Master’s who leads with a score of 600.
William Jessup is in third place with 612 strokes while Embry-Riddle dropped to fourth place, four strokes further back.
On the women’s leaderboard, Kat Bevill claimed fifth place with a score of 79, six strokes behind Danielle Talley of Ottawa (Ariz.) who shot 73. Drew Thompson posted a score of 90 while Suzie Taylor shot 91.
The women’s team is currently in last place with a team score of 388, 71 strokes behind Embry-Riddle who leads with a score of 317.
The Westmont Invitational continues Tuesday with both the men and women playing one more round