Simi Valley, Calif. - In the final day of the Bill Cullum Invitational, the Tiger shot a combined +8, ending the tournament in 13th place with a score of +24. That mark was the lowest team score of the season for the Tigers, improving on their +31 from the season-opening Itani Quality Homes Collegiate.
Geoff Fry had the best day for the Tigers, hitting par on the nose on the final 18. The senior had three birdies in the round, including his final hole of the day. Fry birdied on four and six as well to hit 72.
Fellow senior James Feutz entered the day as the leader among the Tigers and stayed there, shooting a 76 to finish at +3 overall. Feutz finished in 43rd overall.
Anthony Madrid and Austin Fox both shot +2s for the day, with Madrid edging out Fry and Fox in the overall standings with a +7. That mark was good for 60th in the tournament. Madrid hit par or better on the last six holes on the day including his two-stroke birdie on 17.
Fox also had one birdie on the day, though his came on the eighth hole. He finished tied with Fry in the overall individual standings in 66th place.
Mateo Leon's day started rough, with a triple-bogey on the first hole and a double-bogey on five. However, Leon kicked things into high gear and birdied three times in five holes, going under par on nine, 11, and 13. He hit par or better on the last 10 holes of the day to finish at +5 in the round and +12 overall.
The Tigers will host the Visit Stockton Pacific Invitational next. That four-day tournament will begin on October 27 at the Stockton Golf and Country Club. That tournament will feature Sacramento State, Seattle University, Long Beach State, BYU, Grand Canyon, Boise State, Temple, Denver, Fullerton, UC Riverside, UC Bakersfield, and CSUN.
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