HILO, Hawai'i - On the final day of the Amer Ari Invitational, the Pacific Tigers matched their round two score with another +7 day, finishing at +24 overall.
The Tigers would finish 19th in the overall standings, moving up a spot with today's showing. Texas Tech won the Amer Ari, which featured 12 nationally-ranked teams.
Geoff Fry had the best score of the tournament for the Tigers after shooting a 73 today, finishing at +6 overall. He had three birdies today, shooting under par on holes five, 13, and 18 to finish out. Fry's 70 in round two was the best round of the tournament for the Tigers.
Behind Fry by just one stroke in the tournament were Casey Scott and Anthony Madrid. Madrid had today's best score with a 72 and finished the tournament at +7 overall. Scott also finished at +7, shooting a 73 today for one over par.
Madrid's day saw him birdie three times, including twice on the last four holes. Scott had four birdies of his own today, matching Madrid's birdie on 18, but went over par five times.
James Feutz would finish the Amer Ari with at +10 overall after today's 78. Feutz managed two birdies today but was hurt by a triple bogey on eight.
Rounding out Pacific was Tyler Burnes, who shot a 77 today and ended the tourney at +14. He had birdies on holes nine and ten today.
The Tigers head to Long Beach later this month for the Del Walker Intercollegiate, which begins February 27 and wraps up the next day.
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