May 15, 2018 /Sports News – Local NCAA Utah Golf Roundup: 5/15 Written by Tags: Blake Tomlinson/Brandon Wu/BYU Men’s Golf/Charles Corner/Patrick Fishburn/Rhett Rasmussen/Stanford/Texas-El Paso/Utah Men’s Golf Brad James FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailNORMAN, Okla.-Tuesday, during the second day of competition at the Norman, Okla. regional, the BYU men’s golf team advanced five spots in the team standings from ninth to fourth. The Cougars’ 573 points overall have them at -10, 295 during Tuesday competition.The current team leader is still host Oklahoma at -9 overall, including Tuesday play at -4, 283.BYU’s West Coast Conference rival, Pepperdine, is in second place at -7. On Tuesday, the Waves obtained an impressive -14, 295 to advance seven spots in the standings.The Cougars are currently in sixth place on Par 3, fifth place on Par 4, in twelfth place on Par 5, ninth in total pars (111), seventh in birdies (29) and fifth in eagles (1).BYU sophomore Rhett Rasmussen is currently the leader at Par 3 at 2.63, -3 and Patrick Fishburn is in sixth at Par 4 (3.85, -3) and third at Par 5 (4.38, -5). Fishburn also has the lead in overall birdies at the tournament at 12.If teams place in the top five, they advance to the NCAA Division I men’s golf championships May 25-30 at Stillwater, Okla.STOCKTON, Calif.-Utah golf star Blake Tomlinson moved up three spots in the individual standings from 13th to 10th at the Stockton Regional hosted by the University of the Pacific Tuesday. To get to this point, Tomlinson shot a 2-under par (70). Tomlinson’s collective score headed to the third and final day of competition is 4-under par (140).The present individual leader is Texas-El Paso’s Charles Corner who is at -6 (1 under par) based on Tuesday competition and the overall leader is Stanford’s Brandon Wu at 10 under par.Tomlinson concludes his regional appearance at 11:04 am MDT Wednesday morning.