Chris Williams was third among individuals and Trevor Simsby was fifth to lead the Washington men's golf team to a third-place finish in...
Chris Williams was third among individuals and Trevor Simsby was fifth to lead the Washington men’s golf team to a third-place finish in the Pac-12 championship at Los Angeles Country Club on Wednesday.
Simsby’s 68 on the par-70 course was tops among the Huskies’ six golfers that combined to shoot 354 in the final round and finished at 32-over 1,432. Washington State was 11th at 98-over 1,498.
The Seattle University men’s golf team closed out its season in ninth place at the WAC championships at Rio Secco Golf Club in Henderson, Nev.
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David Torres tied for 20th at 13-over 229.
The Redhawks bettered their second-round score by 19 strokes, shooting a 19-over 307 during the third round. They shot 66-over 930. New Mexico State won the tournament at 23-over 887.
After Seattle University took the lead in the fourth inning, the Redhawks depended on solid relief pitching and a key defensive play with the game on the line to defeat No. 11 Oregon, 3-2, at Bellevue’s Bannerwood Park.
With one out in the fourth inning and the score tied at 2-2, Nick Latta singled to left field. Latta moved to third on Steve Kirbach’s single and scored on Cash McGuire’s sacrifice fly.
• Seattle University (20-30) fought a tough defensive battle in game one and attempted a late comeback in game two, but fell in both contests at No. 4 Oregon, 4-0 and 6-4.
From sports-information reports.