Wallace Still Alive in PNGA Match Play
Husky senior-to-be Darren Wallace is the lone UW athlete still competing in the PNGA Amateur Championships being held at the Home Course in Dupont, Wash. Wallace is currently battling former Washington State player David Fern for the right to play in the semifinals. You can get updates of the progress of the match by clicking here.
The winner will face Pepperdine's Josh Anderson later this afternoon. Anderson beat incoming UW freshman Chris Williams, 2 and 1, earlier this morning. Williams, the No. 2 seed, advanced to the quarterfinals after beating former Seattle Mariners pitch Erik Hanson, 5 and 4, on Thursday.
Meanwhile, on the Nationwide Tour, Alex Prugh made a huge move on the rest of the Ford Wayne Gretzky Classic Presented by Samsung field today, shooting 5-under par in the second round. He started the day tied for 70th and moved all the way up to 24th. Husky senior Chris Killmer is on the bag for Prugh this weekend.
By the way, Prugh is third overall on the money list for the Tour. He has four top-10 finishes in 12 events he has played so far this year.
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