Skogen made six birdies during his round of eighty Tuesday to raise the standings after carding a 73 during Monday’s opening round. He is currently behind tournament leader Cameron Sisk (Arizona State), who is 8 years old, while Johnny Keeper (Baylor) is 6 years old and Parker Coody (Texas) is ahead of Skogen. Arizona State leads the tournament in the team standings pair, followed by Texas (2-over), Oklahoma (4-over) and Liberty (11-over).
Garrett Martin will advance to the final round tied at 17th after shooting Tuesday 2 years. Martin, a San Antonio junior, overcame the tournament to three after making five birdies in his second round, but fell back into the standings dropping three of his last four holes. Martin currently has a score of 77-70 – 147.
Ludvig Aberg is eight more after posting 75-77 – 152 through two rounds, making him tie at 43rd, while Kyle Hogan is greater than 10 (78-76 – 154). Hogan, who is the reigning individual champion of Maridoe College, had 3 less during his second round by six holes before falling behind with four bogeys and a pair of doubles. He watched No. 17 and finished 4th in his round. Texas Tech freshman Calum Scott will move on to the final round at 11 years old after posting a new one, 81 on Tuesday with six bogeys and two doubles. Scott fired a 74 on Monday.
The Red Raiders have four fall tournaments on their schedule and two more to play after returning from Carrollton. Next up is Blessings Collegiate Oct. 4-6 in Fayetteville, Arkansas, before completing the fall at the Big 12 Match Play Tournament in mid-October in Houston Oaks.