Strong finish puts Seasiders in second

Strong finish puts Seasiders in second

CORONA, Calif. – BYU-Hawaii continued to ride its momentum from the end of the second round to move into a tie for second to complete the Cal Baptist Invitational at Eagle Glen Golf Club.

No. 36 Cal Baptist won the tournament shooting a 5-over-par 869. BYU-Hawaii outperformed several ranked programs in the tournament. The Seasiders tied with No. 21 Colorado Christian, while outpacing No. 24 Western New Mexico, No. 26 Western Washington, No. 14 CSU-San Marino and No. 11 Simon Fraser.

Nicolas Herrera had another strong round tying for third overall after shooting 1-under 71 on the day after back-to-back rounds at even par. Dalton Stanger shot 3-over 75, which placed him in ninth.

Brent Grant followed tied for 12th place, also finishing the round at 3-over-par 75 and Inoka Kahawaii jumped to 28th with a 2-over 74. Alex Stulce led all golfers in the final round with 2 under, improving by ten strokes from the first round. Jacob Godfrey, playing unattached, finished tied for 33rd overall at 12 over par.

Stanger led all golfers with two Eagles in the invitational, while Herrera tied for the first with 13 birdies.

BYU-Hawaii will next take the course in the Mustang Intercollegiate hosted by Western New Mexico at Palm Valley Golf Club in Goodyear, Arizona.

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