SIMPSONVILLE, Ky. – Round two of the NCAA Louisville Regional wrapped on Tuesday afternoon with Notre Dame men’s golfer Miguel Delgado carding a 73 (+2) for the day. As a result, the senior moves to a tie for 28th place at three-over par.
“Today was similar to yesterday as Miguel played very solid and consistent, but didn’t seem to gain any momentum during pivotal moments of the round,” Notre Dame head coach John Handrigan stated. “Miguel’s tenacity to compete is impressive and I’m thankful for the opportunity to coach him in tomorrow’s final round.”
Delgado will strive to shoot up the leaderboard in the third and final round on Wednesday. The California native will be paired with Jacksonville State’s Benedikt Thalmayr and Missouri’s Jamie Stewart, teeing off from the first hole at 9:53 a.m. ET.
Once again, fans can follow the live scoring at Golfstat.com.
Delgado got off to a slightly slow start with a bogey off the first hole. However, the senior got on course with back-to-back pars and a birdie on the par-five fourth. Delgado went on to notch one more birdie on the par-four seventh, but finished one-over on the front-half.
Delgado hit a bump in the road via a bogey on the par-four 10th, but went steady the rest of the way with eight consecutive pars. As a result, Delgado finished with a 73 (+2) for the round, with a running total of 145 (+3) for the tournament.
Iowa State’s Tripp Kinney leads the pack with a 134 (-8), followed by Arizona’s Trevor Werbylo and Louisville’s Matthias Schmid at 136 (-6).