Hogs shoot record 18-under at NCAA Regional

By: Andrew Hutchinson
Published: Friday, May 16, 2014
Sebastian Cappelen watches his chip shot bounce toward the hole and then in for an eagle on the par 4, 8th hole in the fourth round of the Western Amatuer at the Alotian Club in Roland on Friday, Aug. 2, 2013.
Photo by Rick McFarland
Sebastian Cappelen watches his chip shot bounce toward the hole and then in for an eagle on the par 4, 8th hole in the fourth round of the Western Amatuer at the Alotian Club in Roland on Friday, Aug. 2, 2013.

— The Arkansas men's golf team shot an 18-under 270 to move into first place after two rounds of the NCAA Columbia Regional Friday.

The 18-under score is a school record for a single-round in an NCAA Regional.

Frost delayed the second round by one hour, but Taylor Moore, Sebastian Cappelen and Nicolas Echavarria each shot a five-under 67 when the Razorbacks took the course. Kolton Crawford rounded out the Razorbacks' scoring with a three-under 69.

The top five team scores will advance to the NCAA Championships in Hutchinson, Kan.

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