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Oregon State Men’s Golf Finishes Second At Pacific Invitational

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(STOCKTON, Calif.) - The Oregon State men’s golf team held its position on Wednesday to finish in second place at the 12-team Pacific Invitational.

The Beavers finished with a 6-under 277-281-288--846 at the par-71, 6,757-yard Brookside Country Club for their highest finish of the fall season. They finished sixth at the Husky Invitational and third at the Cabo Collegiate and Alister MacKenzie Invitational.

“We didn’t play our best but we still finished second,” Oregon State head coach Jon Reehoorn said. “Two third place finishes and a second place finish isn’t a bad way to finish the fall season, but we have a lot to work on over the next couple of months to get ready for February. Hopefully, we can use the disappointment from our round today to motivate us to get ready to not make the same mistakes we made today.”

Junior Alex Moore shot an even-par 71 to lead the Beavers in the final round and finished tied for seventh overall with a 71-66-71--208. Junior Jonnie Motomochi also tied for seventh overall with a 65-70-73--208, while freshman David Fink tied for 26th and sophomore Nick Sherwood was tied for 30th.

“Individually, Jeff Petroff bounced back from a rough start and finished very strong in his first tournament in over a year,” Reehoorn said. “Jonnie and Alex both finished in the top 10 and both had a very good fall. Alex has been rock solid and Jonnie has done a great job as well. I hope they can keep it going in the spring.”

Host Pacific University blew away the field with a 25-under 272-271-284--827 and were led by T.J. Bordeaux who followed up his course record 61 on Tuesday with a 2-under 69 to win medalist honors by three strokes over Kelly Kretz of Marquette.

Fresno State finished two strokes behind Oregon State with a 4-under 288-279-281--848 and Charlotte was the only other team under par with a 1-under 288-277-286--851 to finish fourth.

The Beavers begin their spring season at the Waikoloa Intercollegiate Feb. 2-4 at the Mauna Lani Golf Course in Kamuela, Hawaii.

Team Scores: 1. Pacific 272-271-284--827; 2. Oregon State 277-281-288--846; 3. Fresno State 288-279-281--848; 4. Charlotte 288-277-286--851; 5. UC Davis 293-279-280--852; t6. Marquette 280-294-279--853; t6. Santa Clara 288-287-278--853; t8. Saint Mary’s College 281-294-288--863; t8. BYU 295-287-281--863; 10. Kansas State 294-281-289--864; 11. Nevada 287-289-291--867; 12. Denver 297-294-321--912.

Top Individual Scores: 1. T.J. Bordeaux, Pacific 68-61-69--198; 2. Kelly Kretz, Marquette 70-67-64--201; 3. Will Golden, Charlotte 71-65-67--203; 4. Bhavik Patel, Fresno State 68-68-69--205; t5. Rick Lamb, Santa Clara 66-70-70--206; t5. Brian Sunker 73-65-68--206; t7. Alex Moore, Oregon State 71-66-71--208; t7. Jonnie Motomochi, Oregon State 65-70-73--208; t7. Patrick Kucich, Pacific 65-72-71--208; t10. Zac Blair, BYU 77-63-69--209; t10. Austin Graham, UC Davis 70-70-69--209; 12. Dan Garcia, Pacific 71-69-71--211; 13. Alex Johnson, Pacific 70-69-73--212; t14. Ben Juffer, Kansas State 73-70-70--213; t14. Gavin Kwon, Nevada 73-70-70--213; t16. Richard Conlin, Saint Mary’s College 69-72-73--214; t16. Alex Edfort, Pacific 69-72-73--214; t16. Matt Hansen, UC Davis 76-69-69--214; t16. Nate Jessup, Fresno State 71-73-70--214.

Oregon State Scores: t7. Alex Moore 71-66-71--208; t7. Jonnie Motomochi 65-70-73--208; t26. David Fink 70-74-72--216; t30. Nick Sherwood 71-71-75--217; t46. Jeff Petroff 76-74-72--222.

Source: Oregon State University




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