Posted with permission, article and pictures, courtesy of University of Hawaii Manoa
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – In his first collegiate golf tournament, University of Hawai’i freshman Josh Hayashida fired a second round 5-under 67 and is in contention at the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate after Friday’s first two rounds at the UNM Championship Course.
The Mililani, O’ahu native opened with a 71 in the morning round and then tallied one eagle and five birdies in the afternoon for a 67 and is currently tied for fourth place at 6-under 138. Hayashida is two strokes off the lead held by UNLV’s Caden Fioroni, who carded rounds of 67 and 69.
As a team, the Rainbow Warriors are tied for 10th place at 588. San Diego State (559) has a five-stroke lead over host New Mexico (564) entering Saturday’s final round.