Western Washington University placed eighth among 18 teams at the Cal State Monterey Bay Men’s Golf Invitational Tournament which ended Tuesday, Oct. 21, in Seaside, Calif.
The Vikings shot a final-round 310 for a 54-hole total of 916.
Nova Southeastern FL led wire-to-wire in taking team honors with a score of 885 (301). That was five strokes better than runner-up British Columbia at 890 (298), with host CSUMB third at 893 (304).
Leading WWU were Chris Hatch, who tied for 11th at 225 (76), and Kyle Schrader, who tied for 13th at 226 (75).
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The Vikings’ Anthony Allen tied for 47th at 235 (77), Mark Strickland tied for 51st at 236 (82) and Kyle Lindor tied for 58th at 237 (84).
Nova Southeastern’s Richard Mansell took medalist honors at 1-under 215 (73), three strokes better than Chico State’s Alistair Docherty at 218 (72).
WWU completes the fall portion of its schedule on Oct.31-Nov. 1, competing at the University of Hawaii-Hilo Invitational.