Washington's Chris Williams was tied for the individual lead and the Huskies men's golf team was in second place overall in Tuesday's second...
Washington’s Chris Williams was tied for the individual lead and the Huskies men’s golf team was in second place overall in Tuesday’s second round of The Prestige at PGA West tournament in La Quinta, Calif.
Monday’s first round was suspended by darkness and was completed Tuesday morning. Not all players completed the second round Tuesday. The final round is Wednesday.
Williams was 3-under par in the second round — with a double bogey on hole No. 2 but then six birdies the rest of the way. The Huskies trailed UCLA in the team standings but the Bruins still had a third of their second round to complete Wednesday morning.
Trevor Simsby, with a 2-under par round Tuesday, and Cheng-Tsung Pan of UW were tied for ninth.
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“I’m really excited about our round,” coach Matt Thurmond said. “Today was a test of our mental strength as a team.”
Senior Charlie Hughes is 3-over and tied for 24th.
• Freshman Raychelle Santos claimed medalist honors for the second straight week and the Gonzaga women’s golf team defended its title at the Folino Invitational Tuesday in Industry Hills, Calif. Santos, who won The Gold Rush in the spring opener last week, shot a final-round 1-under-par 70 for a 54-hole score of 218 to claim a 1-stroke victory over Aram Choi of Portland State. Gonzaga’s Victoria Fallgren finished third.
• Seattle University lost to Portland 6-4 Tuesday night in a nonconference game at Bannerwood Stadium in Bellevue. Sean Narby of Auburn was 2 for 3 with a walk and a run scored for the Redhawks (1-3).
• Freshman Vicente Varas picked up a team-high sixth win of the spring and helped Gonzaga’s men’s tennis team down Eastern Washington 6-1 at the Spokane Racquet Club. The Bulldogs improved to 5-3 and Eastern Washington fell to 2-6.
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