The Seattle University men’s golf team finished their first
tournament of the season Tuesday as play at the Kikkor Golf Husky Invitational concluded
Tuesday at Gold Mountain Golf Club in Bremerton, Wash.
Rob Seibly (Spokane, Wash.) finished as the highest-ranked
Redhawk after skyrocketing up the leaderboard Tuesday. He finished tied for 34th thanks to a 4-under-par 68 during the final round,
moving 27 spots up the leaderboard. He finished with a tournament total of 227,
12 strokes over par, and his 68 was the lowest round of the day on either
course and tied for the second-lowest single round score of the tournament.
David Torres (Armenia, Colombia) also had a strong end to
his first collegiate tournament, turning in a score of 1-over-par 73 in the
final round for his best round of the tournament. He ended the day tied for 49th
at 15-over-par 231.
Will Holdridge (Lynden, Wash.) finished the tournament in a
tie for 57th after carding a 10-over-par 82 on the day. He took 234
strokes throughout the tournament, 18 strokes above par.
Colter Morton (Pocatello, Idaho) concluded play with a
12-over-par 84, finishing 74th with a tournament score of 254 while
Alec Pakzad (Bellevue, Wash.) finished six strokes behind Morton after turning
in a score of 16-over-par 88 Tuesday.
As a team, the Redhawks took 15th with a
collective total of 70-over-par 934. Washington won the tournament at 2-under-par
862 while Cheng-Tsung Pan of Washington took medalist honors after shooting 5-under-par
211 for the tournament.
In the individual tournament that took place on the Cascade
course, John Pechan (Bothell, Wash.) tied for 12th after shooting
6-over-par 219 for the tournament. He fired a 2-over-par 74 in the final round.
Jordan Beals (Enumclaw, Wash.) took 24th in the
individual tournament after shooting 3-over-par 75 during the final round. He
finished at 16-over-par 229 for the tournament. Three strokes behind Beals was
Justin Haase (Spokane, Wash.) who turned in his lowest round of the tournament Tuesday
with a 1-over-par 73. He shot 232 over three rounds and finished in a tie for
Alex Dow (Sacramento, Calif.) rounds out the SU lineup. He
also shot his tournament-low Tuesday, carding a 4-over-par 76. He finished in
sole possession of 30th place.
Drew Evans of Texas A&M won the Individuals tournament with
a score of 5-under-par 208.
The Seattle University men’s golf team next hits the links
Monday, September 24th at the Dash Thomas Memorial in Meridian,