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Oregon State Men’s Golf Remains In Second At Pacific Invitational

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(STOCKTON, Calif.) - The Oregon State men’s golf team remains in second place after the second day of competition on Tuesday at the 12-team Pacific Invitational.

The Beavers shot a 3-under 281 on Tuesday after firing a 7-under 277 on Monday and sit 15 strokes behind host Pacific University, which got a tournament, course and program record 10-under 61 from T.J. Bordeaux. Marquette is in third at 3-under 565 and Fresno State is in fourth at 1-under 567.

“We are still in second, but I’m disappointed because it’s too many times we beat ourselves and give the course shots,” Oregon State head coach Jon Reehoorn said. “With that being said, we have a chance to finish second, and maybe catch Pacific, and have a really good end to the fall season. We need to get everybody on the same page to end the season on a high note.”

Junior Alex Moore led the Beavers with a 5-under 66, at the par-71, 6,757-yard Brookside Country Club, and moved into a tie for sixth with a 71-66--137. Junior Jonnie Motomochi, who made a hole-in-one and fired a 65 on Monday, shot a 1-under 70 on Tuesday and sits in second. Sophomore Nick Sherwood shot a 71 for the second straight day and is tied for 17th.

“Alex Moore did a great job of battling on the back nine to keep us in it and give us a chance to remain in second place,” Reehoorn said. “But it seems like every day all season it’s been one guy who has a great round and we just haven’t been able to put it all together at the same time.”

The final round will begin at 8 a.m. on Wednesday and live scoring will be available at

NOTE: Former Oregon State men’s golfer Mitch Gillis advanced past the first stage of the PGA Tour Qualifying with a 4-under 284 (75-69-68-72) to tie for third at the Oak Valley Gold Club in Beaumont, Calif. The second stage will begin Nov. 16 at six locations and the final stage will be played December 1-6 at the Orange County National Golf Club near Orlando, Fla.

Team Scores: 1. Pacific 272-271--543; 2. Oregon State 277-281--558; 3. Charlotte 288-277--565; 4. Fresno State 288-279--567; 5. UC Davis 293-279--567; 6. Marquette 280-294--574; t7. Kansas State 294-281--575; t7. Santa Clara 288-287--575; t7. Saint Mary’s College 281-294--575; 10. Nevada 287-289--576; 11. BYU 295-287--582; 12. Denver 297-294--591.

Top Individual Scores: 1. T.J. Bordeaux, Pacific 68-61--129; 2. Jonnie Motomochi, Oregon State 65-70--135; t3. Will Golden, Charlotte 71-65--136; t3. Rick Lamb, Santa Clara 66-70--136; t3. Bhavik Patel, Fresno State 68-68--136; t6. Alex Moore, Oregon State 71-66--137; t6. Kelly Kretz, Marquette 70-67--137; t6. Patrick Kucich, Pacific 65-72--137; 9. Brian Sunker, Fresno State 73-65--138; t10. Alex Johnson, Pacific 70-69--139; t10. Klinton Krieger, Denver 70-69--139; t12. Zac Blair, BYU 77-63--140; t12. Dan Garcia, Pacific 71-69--140; t12. Austin Graham, UC Davis 70-70--140; t15. Richard Conlin, Saint Mary’s College 69-72--141; t15. Alex Edort, Pacific 69-72--141; t17. Nick Sherwood, Oregon State 71-71--142; t17. Ben Geyer, Saint Mary’s College 69-73--142.

Oregon State Scores: 2. Jonnie Motomochi 65-70--135; t6. Alex Moore 71-66--137; t17. Nick Sherwood 71-71--142; t25. David Fink 70-74--144; t48. Jeff Petroff 76-74--150.


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