Western Washington University moved up three spots over the last two rounds to place seventh at the Notre Dame de Namur University Men’s Golf Invitational Tournament which ended Tuesday, March 10, in Livermore, Calif.
The Vikings shot 295 in the second round, which was not completed until Tuesday morning, and finished with a 299 for a 54-hole total of 903.
Cal State Monterey Bay won the team title by 17 shots, finishing at 4-under par 860 (289-286). They posted the best score in all three rounds of the 18-team tourney.
Dominican CA was second at 13-over 877 (292-297), with Simon Fraser third at 879 (295-290), BYU Hawaii fourth at 884 (300-288), Sonoma State fifth at 886 (296) and Cal State Stanislaus sixth at 898 (306-298).
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Brennan Emory led the Vikings, tying for 24th at 224 (73-78). Chris Hatch tied for 32nd at 226 (76-71), Anthony Allen tied for 36th at 227 (71-76), Mark Strickland placed 52nd at 231 (75-75) and Willy Scholten tied for 77th at 245 (91-77).