The Wolf Pack shot a three-under combined 285, including a three-under 69 from junior Ryan Mulvany. The Pack is three shots behind University of Santa Clara and will play the second round of the 54-hole tournament tomorrow at 8 a.m.
Sophomore Zak Griffiths also played well on Monday. The Red Deer, Alberta native is one shot out of the top 20 after a one-under 71 and is tied for 28th. Junior Brian Knoll shot an even-par 71 and is tied for 33rd, sophomore Taylor Knoll is tied for 41st, and sophomore Gustavo Chuang is tied for 53rd.
Host school, University of the Pacific, and Kansas State are tied for first with a 14-under 274. Three players, Alex Edfort of Pacific, Joe Toland of University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and Daniel Wood of Kansas State, are all tied for first individually with a seven-under 65.