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UPDATE, Feb. 5:

The Master’s College golf team, the nation’s No. 8 squad, carded a 295 in the final round of the 2013 CSU San Marcos Spring Invite, finishing in third place with an overall team-score of 36-over 900 (302-303-295).

Of the 16 competing schools, Oklahoma City finished in first place (885), followed by tournament host CSU San Marcos (891), concluding in second place.

Out of a field of 85 golfers, Nolan Sand (Hoquiam, WA) tied for fifth place at four-over 220 (73-74-73), while Thane Ringler (Hutchinson, KS) tied for 14th overall at eight-over 224 (76-74-74).  John Lawson (Mobile, AL) tied for 25th by posting a final score of 228 (78-77-73), followed by Andrew Bergoon (Mobile, AL) carding a 231 (78-78-75) and tying for 32nd place.  Michael Reitz (Denver, CO) shot a 234 (75-81-78) and tied for 39th.

The Mustangs now look to play host on March 4 at the annual TMC Spring Invitational, held at the Robinson Ranch Golf Club in Canyon Country, California.

 

Final Individual Standings:

3 The Master’s College 302 303 295 900

T5 Nolan Sand (5) 73 74 73 220

T12 Thane Ringler (1) 76 74 74 224

T25 John Lawson (3) 78 77 73 228

T32 Andrew Bergoon (2) 78 78 75 231

T39 Michael Reitz (4) 75 81 78 234

 

Final Team Standings:

1 2 3 Team Scores

2 1 1 Oklahoma City 298 292 295 885 +21

1 2 2 CSU-San Marcos 294 298 299 891 +27

3 T3 3 The Master’s College 302 303 295 900 +36

5 T3 4 UC San Diego 310 295 303 908 +44

4 6 5 Holy Names University 304 310 302 916 +52

7 5 6 Victoria (BC) 312 296 315 923 +59

6 7 T7 California Lutheran 311 311 303 925 +61

9 8 T7 Point Loma Nazarene 316 307 302 925 +61

10 9 9 Claremont Mudd Scripps 318 314 309 941 +77

11 11 10 William Jessup U. 320 318 304 942 +78

8 10 11 Embry-Riddle – AZ 315 321 309 945 +81

14 15 12 Biola University 327 327 308 962 +98

T12 13 13 CSU-Dominguez Hills 326 321 317 964 +100

15 16 14 Occidental College 328 330 311 969 +105

16 12 15 Arizona Christian University 333 313 324 970 +106

T12 14 16 Whittier College 326 324 324 974 +110

 

Feb. 4:

After a three-month break, the No. 8 nationally ranked Mustangs took to the greens Monday for the 2013 CSU San Marcos Spring Invite, held at the Shadowridge Country Club in Vista.

Nolan Sand (Hoquiam, WA) led the Mustangs in the opening round with an impressive one-over par 73.  Michael Reitz (Denver, CO) followed with a three-over par 75, while Thane Ringler (Hutchinson, KS) carded a 76.  Andrew Bergoon (Mobile, AL) and John Lawson (Mobile, AL) each capped off the round with a 78.  The Mustangs carded a first-round team score of 302.

In the second round, Sand shot two-over par 74 and tied for sixth out of a field of 85 athletes.  Ringler tied for 14th and shot one-over par 73.  Lawson (77), Bergoon (78), and Reitz (78) all contributed with consistent play, leading the Mustangs to a second-round team score of 303.

Collectively, the Mustangs ended the day shooting 29-over 605 (302-303), tying in third place with UC San Diego.

Commenting on Monday’s performance, head coach Jason Semelsberger said “we played sloppy today, but we’re looking to clean it up tomorrow.”

The Mustangs will be back in action tomorrow as the squad looks to their next opportunity to reach the top of the leaderboard in another day of competition.

 

Current Individual Standings:

T3 The Master’s College +29 302 303 605

T6 Nolan Sand +3  73  74  147

T14 Thane Ringler +6  76  74  150

T33 John Lawson +11  78  77  155

T36 Andrew Bergoon +12  78  78  156

T36 Michael Reitz +12  75  81  156

 

 

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