CORONA, Calif. – BYU-Hawaii ended the first day of action in the Cal Baptist Invitational in third place with 10-over par at the Eagle Glen Golf Club.
The Seasiders moved up four spots after tying for seventh after the first round with a 9-over 297. California Baptist led all schools shooting a 3-under 285. Tai Kuida from California Baptist led all golfers with 5-under 67 on the day.
After the first round, junior Nicolas Herrera led the Seasiders tied for twelfth place at even par. Dalton Stanger followed in 16th place with 1-over par 73 after the first round. Brent Grant added a 2 over par and Inoka Kahawaii contributed a 6 over. Alex Stulce rounded out the day for the Seasiders hitting 8-over-par 80.
In the second round, BYU-Hawaii jumped to third place in the tournament as Stanger led the team shooting 1 under, while Herrera stayed even again tying both players for the sixth spot on the individual rankings.
Grant also broke even on the round and moved into a tie for tenth overall spot. Kahawaii improved from his first round by four strokes shooting a 2-over par 74 and Stulce contributed 5-over par 77 to finish out the Invitational for the Seasiders.
BYU-Hawaii will play compete in the final 18 holes on Tuesday.