Rob Seibly (Spokane, Wash.), a four-year letterwinner in the Seattle University men’s golf program, was the top amateur at the Rosauers Open Invitational last weekend at Indian Canyon Golf Course, finishing second overall in the tournament.

Coming into Sunday’s final round, Seibly had posted scores of 67 (-4) and 69 (-2) over the par-71 course. An eagle on the par-four 17th hole was key in Seibly’s final round 64 (-7), the second-lowest third round total among the 83 competitors.

Seibly’s three-round total of 200 (-13) was second only to Corey Prugh, who won the tournament for the third time with a cumulative score of 199 (-14). Prugh and Seibly both represented Manito Golf and Country Club.

Jeff Coston, a member of the Seattle University Athletics Hall of Fame for his exploits on the golf course for Seattle University in the 1970s, finished sixth in the tournament with rounds of 68 (-3), 67 (-4), and 67 (-4) for a three-round total of 202 (-11).

The Seattle University men’s golf team reports to campus in early September for the 2013-14 season, which will culminate with the Western Athletic Conference Men’s Golf Championships May 2-4, 2014, at the Stallion Mountain Golf Club in Las Vegas, Nev.

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