The Seattle University men's golf team concluded play at the Pat Hicks Thunderbird Invite Tuesday, finishing in a tie for sixth place at Sunbrook Golf and Country Club in St. George, Utah.
Will Holdridge (Lynden, Wash.) nabbed his best finish of the season with a tie for sixth at 1-over-par 145. Holdridge finished the tournament with a second-round 74 (+2), over a stroke lower than his average on the year.
Preston Matchett (Billings, Mont.) and David Torres (Armenia, Colombia) both found themselves in a 12-way tie for 29th after taking 151 strokes (+7) over both rounds. Matchett fired a 4-over-par 76 during Tuesday's second round while Torres ended the tournament with a 6-over 78.
Climbing up the leaderboard by 18 slots, Rob Seibly (Spokane, Wash.) bounced back from a rough first round to end with a 2-over-par 74. Seibly took 154 strokes over the two-day tournament, 10 strokes above par.
Rounding out the Redhawks' lineup, Colter Morton (Pocatello, Idaho) shot 10-over-par 82 during round two. He finished the tournament at 155, 13 strokes above par.
As a team, the Redhawks tied for sixth place, counting 594 strokes (+18) during the two-round competition. Fellow Western Athletic Conference member Utah State also tied at sixth, while Denver finished in fourth and Idaho took eighth. Cal Poly won the tournament, taking 584 strokes (+8) throughout the tournament, while Cal Poly's Camden Price took the individual title in a six-hole playoff. Price, Charleston's Zach Munroe, and Utah State's Tanner Higham all finished tied at 142, two strokes under par.
The Redhawks next hit the links Monday, Feb. 25 and Tuesday, Feb. 26 at the Snowman Getaway in Goodyear, Ariz.