The Seattle University men’s golf team wrapped up play at the ASU Thunderbird Invite Sunday, playing the tournament’s third round at Karsten Golf Course in Tempe, Ariz.

Rob Seibly (Spokane, Wash.) finished as the Redhawks’ top golfer, tying for 68th. Seibly carded a 4-over-par 75 during the third round, placing him at 12-over-par 225 for the tournament.

Two strokes behind Seibly finished David Torres (Armenia, Colombia), who ended the tournament tied for 80th after taking 227 strokes (+14) in three rounds. Torres shot an 8-over-par 79 during Sunday’s third round. Just one stroke behind Torres in the overall standings, Will Holdridge (Lynden, Wash.) finished in a tie for 82nd with a total of 228 strokes (+15). He took 76 strokes, five strokes above par, in the third round.

Jordan Beals (Enumclaw, Wash.) shot his best round of the tournament Sunday, firing a 1-over-par 72. With the round, Beals climbed four spots up the leaderboard into a tie for 89th with 230 strokes (+17) in the tournament.

Rounding out the Seattle U lineup, Colter Morton (Pocatello, Idaho) also shot his best round of the tournament, a 7-over-par 78. Morton ended the tournament with 238 strokes (+25) and in 96th place.

As a team, the Redhawks counted 908 strokes throughout the tournament, placing 17th. UNLV took the team title with 843 strokes (-9) in three rounds, while Oregon State’s Nick Chianello completed a wire-to-wire victory by taking just 202 strokes (+11) throughout the tournament.

The Redhawks will next compete at the Western Athletic Conference Championship tournament, held at Rio Secco Golf Club in Henderson Nevada. The first round of the conference championship will be held April 29.    

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