VALLEJO, Calif. (April 19, 2014) - After two days of golf and three rounds, the BYU-Hawaii men's golf team finished in sixth place at the Pacific West Men's Golf Championship at the Hiddenbrooke Golf Course in California.
BYU-Hawaii finished day one in seven place and moved up to sixth after the final round Saturday. The team finished with a score of 940 in three rounds, with a 312, 308 and 320 in the first, second and third rounds of golf, respectively. Hawaii-Hilo won the tournament with an 887.
Mike Klem earned the best finish for the Seasiders, shooting a total 230 in three rounds, with scores of 77, 74 and 79 to finish tied for 13th overall. Klem earned All-PacWest Second Team honors.
Right behind Klem, Bowen Prestwich tied for 15th, shooting a 231. He logged a 79 in the first round and back-to-back 76's in the last two rounds.
Zach Janiec finished in 47th, scoring a 255 after three rounds.
BYU-Hawaii's sixth place finish edged fellow Hawaii schools Chaminade and Hawaii Pacific who came in seventh and eighth, respectively, of the 10 schools competing.