LIHUE, Hawaii – BYU-Hawaii men's golf was unable to find the success it enjoyed the first day finishing 17th at the John Burns Intercollegiate at the Wailua Golf Course.
The Seasiders finished 13th in the field of 17 with a combined 32 birdies during the three-day tournament, but was unable to get the pars they needed to keep pace with the mostly Division I field.
Matthew Jensen finished tied for 12th on Par-3 holes with a score of 2 over, and finished in 85th overall with a 22-over-par 238. Inoka Kahawaii enjoyed the most success for BYU-Hawaii finishing tied for 66th with a 15 over during the 36-hole tournament.
Federico Clausen turned in his best day of the tournament with a round of 7 over par, finishing with a 28-over 244. Alex Stulce also shot a 7-over-par 79 on the day and finished one stroke behind Clausen during the tournament.
Nicolas Herrera struggled on the final day and ended the tournament in 89th place among individual scores.
The Seasiders will head to northern California for the Notre Dame de Namur tournament from March 6-11 in Livermore, California.