Tigers End Fall Season With 11th-Place Finish

Photo Courtesy of Tongly Loth
Photo Courtesy of Tongly Loth

Stockton, Calif- The Tigers finished their annual Visit Stockton Pacific Invitational today, taking 11th in the 13-team field.  Four of Pacific's five team golfers had rounds of 75 or under today, led by Anthony Madrid's 72.  Brigham Young won the tournament with a team score of -18.  Pacific finished just a few strokes back of Temple in tenth at +20.

Madrid's 72 put his final line at 71-77-72=220, sitting at +7.  He had three birdies today after double-bogeying twice in the first six holes.  On the back nine, Madrid had a -1 as he hit par or better on every hole.  He would finish in 41st overall, his best finish of the season.

Geoff Fry's 74 today helped him put together a 68-71-74=213 tournament, the best of any Tiger this year.  Fry's 14th-place finish was also Pacific's best of the season in their four tournaments thus far.

Jasper Kasanen matched Fry's score today as the junior took the course as an individual.  Kasanen's 74 saw him hit par in 15 of the 18 holes.  He took 63rd in the tournament with a 76-76-74=226 line.

James Feutz had a 75 in the final round today.  Feutz had one birdie, coming on nine.  He finished in 49th and has finished in the top 55 in every tournament so far this year.

Casey Scott matched Feutz today, hitting a 75 of his own for +4.  Scott birdied on his second hole of the day but couldn't build on that to lower his score any more.  He took 57th with a line of 74-75-75=224.

Working as an individual, Daniel Peña also shot a 75 in the final round.  Peña was at -1 on the front nine as he put together two birdies but was hurt by a late triple-bogey.  His final tournament score was 73-71-75=219, putting him in 37th.

The final team golfer of the day was Austin Fox, who shot a 78 and ended at 76-75-78=229 for the tournament.  He managed two birdies, both coming on the back nine today.

Just behind Kasanen in the overall standings was Mateo Leon.  Leon's day put his final line at 73-74-81=228, one stroke ahead of Fox.

Julian Rippert was Pacific's final golfer as he also competed as an individual.  Rippert went 76-76-78=230 on the tourney with his +7 round today.  The sophomore had four birdies today but struggled with consistency as a triple- and quadruple-bogey bogged down his overall score.

Pacific will restart the season in February with athe Amer Ari in Hawaii on February 2.

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