Lions Remain Consistent In Day Two
LMU Men's Golf closes out the Palouse Cougar Collegiate with a 7th place finish out of 19 teams.
Sept. 14, 2010
PULLMAN, Wash.--The LMU men's golf team finish the Palouse Cougar Collegiate in 7th place out of 19 teams today in Pullman, Washington with Sophomore-transfer Eduardo Chavez getting his first top twenty finish of the season.
The Lions completed the third round today shooting 295 as a team with a final score of 860. Eduardo Chavez finished in a tie for 12th place after three rounds with scores of 66, 73, and 73 giving him a final score of 212.
LMU shot three rounds in two days with scores of 280, 285, and 295 respectively for a total of 860, putting them one stroke behind Cal Poly, who finished in 6th place. The Lions came out five strokes ahead of the 8th placed Boise State University. Washington State University came out on top of the scoreboard with a 1st place score of 827 overall, eight strokes ahead of 2nd place finisher, University of Idaho.
Freshmen Tyler Torano ended the two-day match in a tie for 22nd with a score of 216 overall. Sophomore Boris Stantchev stood on his own in 35th with a 218. Junior Jake Sarnoff ended in a tie for 42nd with a 220 and Sophomore Bryan Bergna ended with a 221.
Next up for the Lions is the Wolf Pack Classic in Lake Tahoe, Nevada set for October 4 and 5.