Santa Rosa, CA—The Brigham Young University-Hawaii men's golf team finished in an 11th-place tie today after the final round of the Sonoma State Invitational. The Seasiders shot an amazingly consistent 303-301-301---905, 41 over par, for the three rounds to tie Dominican in the 13-team tournament.
Individually the Seasiders were clustered very close together at the end of the three rounds with four players within two strokes of each other. Scott Pickering and Colten Lamb tied for 44th with 227's, Trevor Gosar was one back at 228 and tied for 49th, and Dillon Dudley was another stroke back at 228 to tie for 56th. Riley Bunker finished at 233 to tie for 63rd place.
UH-Hilo won the team portion of the tournament with an eight-under 856 total and the Vulcan's Jamie Hall took medalist honors after a three-man playoff. Hall shot six-under, 210, for the tournament.
BYU–Hawaii will be back in action on October 24 in a tri-match with Hawaii Pacific and Chaminade at the Koolau Golf Course in Kaneohe at 10:00 am HST.