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Baylor Men’s Golf Leads By 13 Shots at Royal Oaks

Baylor men’s golf holds a 13-shot lead after shooting 22-under-par 546 over Monday’s two rounds at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate. The Bears had a two-shot lead after shooting 12-under 272 in the first round, marking the fourth time in as many tournaments this season BU has led through 18 holes. Baylor followed with a 10-under-par 274 in the second round.

BU (-22) leads Arkansas (-9), Liberty (-8), Minnesota (-7), New Mexico (-7), Pepperdine (-3), UTSA (-3), Michigan (-3), Kent State (-1), Iowa (+3), SMU (+10), Houston (+16) and Charlotte (+16).

Sophomore Cooper Dossey has a three-stroke lead over the 73-player individual field after shooting 9-under-par 133 on Monday. Dossey posted a 5-under 66 in the first round and a 4-under 67 in the second round, carding 11 birdies, 23 pars and two bogeys.

Junior Braden Bailey is tied for second place at 6-under 136 following rounds of 5-under 66 and 1-under 70. Senior Matthew Perrine is tied for fourth place at 5-under 137 after shooting 1-under 70 and 4-under 67, respectively. Sophomore Colin Kober, who is one of four Bears competing as an individual, is also tied for fourth place at 5-under 137 after scores of 5-under 66 and even-par 71.

Junior Garrett May is tied for 18th place at 2-under 140 following consecutive rounds of 1-under 70. Freshman Ryan Grider rounds out the Baylor lineup in a tie for 53rd place at 5-over 147 after rounds of 4-over 75 and 1-over 72.

Three more Bears joined Kober in competing as individuals. Redshirt freshman Travis McInroe is tied for 25th place at 1-under 141 after shooting 1-over 72 and 2-under 69, respectively. Freshman Mark Reppe is tied for 40th place at 2-over 144 following a first-round 2-over 73 and a second-round even-par 71. Redshirt sophomore Austin Cotton is tied for 58th place at 6-over 148 after shooting 2-over 73 and 4-over 75.

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