March 3, 2019 - by
Men’s Golf Tied for 10th at Cabo

LOS CABOS, Mexico (Seminoles.com) – The No. 27 Florida State Men’s Golf team finished its first day at the Cabo Collegiate at Querencia tied for 10th, shooting a 13-over 297 in its opening round.

Sophomore John Pak was the lone Seminole under par, scoring a 1-under 70 which included an eagle on the par-5, 595-yard ninth hole. Pak tallied two birdies on the back nine, shooting 35s on the front and back halves, to tie for 17th.

Junior Jamie Li held steady as well, shooting a 2-over 73. Li added three birdies and only had his double bogey on the par-5, 552-yard fourth hole be his only major blemish. He is tied for sixth overall on par 4 scoring with a 3.82 scoring average in the first round.

Arizona State is the current leader at 15-under, followed by Oklahoma State (-7), Baylor (-6), Ole Miss (-3) and Vanderbilt (+1) in the Top five.

Seniors Corey Carlson and Bennett Baker each shot six-over and are tied for 58th. Freshman Calvin Sierota is tied for 65th at nine-over and individual Parker Reddig is 73rd at 15-over.

FSU ranks second in the 14-team field so far with 59 total pars.

The Seminoles look to move up the leaderboard on Monday as they tee off at 11 a.m. ET

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