BREMERTON – The Seattle University men’s golf team saw its second day of competition at the 2019 Husky Invitational canceled due to rain at the Gold Mountain-Olympic Course in Bremerton, Wash. The Redhawks placed eighth in the 15-team field at the shortened, two-round event.

“This was a really nice finish for us,” said Coach Marc Chandonnet. “We have a young group and I’m excited for the season. They’re a joy to be around.”

Seattle U finished second among four Washington schools in the field. On par-5s, it shot 16-under, good for second at the tournament.

SU shot a 289 in the first round and followed with a 292 in the second, scoring five-over for the day on Monday.

Sophomore Federico Gutierrez tied for 13th among individuals, shooting two-under across 36 holes. He posted a 72 and then a 70 to claim his spot.

Sophomore Jack Rahon was next in a tie for 19th, shooting an even-par 144. Greg Gionfriddo, a senior, tied for 38th with a three-over score, while sophomore Nathan Cogswell (six-over) and freshman Will Koepke (seven-over) also competed Monday. Cogswell shot six-under on par-5s. 

Juniors Quinton Borseth and Ben Gruher competed as individuals. Borseth shot a 153 to place 15th, while Gruher compiled a 161 to tie for 31st. 

Washington won the match with a two-round score of 554, good for 22-under par.

The Redhawks next compete on Sept. 30-Oct. 1 at the Fresno State Nick Watney Invitational.