McClear Tied for 11th After 2 Rounds

HOUSTON – The University of Iowa men’s golf team concluded the first two rounds of play at the All-American Intercollegiate on Monday. The Hawkeyes are in 14th place after shooting 23-over par (293/306 = 599).

Senior Mac McClear is tied for 11th place at 1-over par. McClear fired an opening round 70 (-2). McClear’s first round featured four birdies and just two bogeys. McClear was tied for fourth place after the opening round. McClear followed up his first round with a 75 (+3) in the second round.

Freshman Max Tjoa and junior Ian Meyer are tied for 47th on the leaderboard at 7-over par.

Sam Houston leads the tournament at 4-over par. They hold a four-stroke lead over the field. Yuki Moriyama of UNLV leads the individual field at 4-under par.


14th Team 293 306 +23 599
T11 Mac McClear 70 75 +1 145
T47 Max Tjoa 73 78 +7 151
T47 Ian Meyer 74 77 +7 151
T74 Noah Kent 76 78 +10 154
T94 Josh Lundmark 82 95 +14 158

“We started the day well, struggled through some of the holes into wind but then closed out the round strong. We were in third after the morning but we gave it all back this afternoon. It was windy all day but more persistent in the afternoon. We compounded errors and made far too many big numbers. We need to manage that better tomorrow.”


  • Noah Kent was one of six golfers to eagle on Monday.
  • McClear’s par four average of 4.00 (E) is tied for fourth in the field.

The final round of the All-American Intercollegiate tees off on Tuesday morning.