VALLEJO, Calif. (Mar. 3, 2014) -After the third and final round, the BYU-Hawaii men's golf team finished with 940 total swings, good for a ninth place tie overall at the Tim Tierney Pioneer Shootout.
The Seasiders tied Holy Names while Dixie State finished with a team-best 902.
BYU-Hawaii finished the third round with a 317, bringing their final tally to 940 to finish ninth place as a team at the Pioneer Shootout.
Round three featured Matthew Jensen shooting an even-par 72 to lock up a tie for ninth place overall. Jensen earned All-Tournament honors for his performance.
Mike Klem took 18th place after a 76 in round three while Federico Clausen scored an 81 to finish in 31st overall.
Peder McOmber and Bowen Prestwich each shot an 89 and 88, respectively, to take 61st and 63rd after the final round.
After two rounds of the Tim Tierney Pioneer Shootout, the BYU-Hawaii men's golf team is in ninth place with a combined score of 623.
The team improved its stroke to 310 in the second round.
Clausen impressed with an even par 72 to pace the Seasiders in the second round to move into a tie for No. 18 overall.
Jensen shot another 76 to tie for 13th while Klem was six-over-par at 78 to sit in a tie at No. 24.
In the fourth and fifth spots for round two, Prestwich notched a 84 while McOmber scored an 86. The two are in 168th and 166th overall.
The Seasiders shot a 313 as a team in round one on the Par 72 course in round one at the Hiddenbrooke Golf Course.
Bowen Prestwich shot an 84.