UT’s Beau Hossler shot 1-over par through two rounds at the Western Refining College All-American at El Paso Country Club on Saturday and is in 11th place at 1-over par
Hossler followed an opening round 74 with a 2-under-par 69 and is seven shots behind leader Claudio Correa of South Florida.
Correa shot back-to-back 68s to finish at 6 under par. East Tennessee State’s Adrian Meronk is in second place at 4-under par after shooting a 70 and a 68.
Texas’ Gavin Hall is a shot behind Hossler after carding a 69 and a 4-over 75. Longhorn Doug Ghim is tied for 17th place at 6 over par.
The final round of the tournament will take place on Sunday. Hossler and Hall will tee off at 9 a.m. and Ghim will tee off at 9:20.
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