April 1, 2003
EL MACERO, Calif. - Western Washington and Cal State Bakersfield fired identical 6-over par, 294's, in the third and final round to share the team title while Western's Tim Feenstra was the only player in the field to shoot under par all three rounds to claim the individual title by four strokes over a trio of players following the final round of the Aggie Invitational, played at the par-72, 6,853-yard El Macero Country Club on Tuesday.
Both Western Washington and Bakersfield entered the final round two strokes off the lead held by Cal State Stanislaus and one behind Kennesaw State. On a windy course that was wet from overnight rain, Stanislaus could not hold its lead as it finished at 298 on Tuesday, giving the Warriors a three-round score of 883, two shots behind the champions. The 294's shot by Western and Bakersfield were the low rounds of the day and marked the third tournament victory of the season for both schools.
UC Davis, which entered the day in a tie for third, shot a final round 298 for a three-round total of 885 and finished fifth, one shot back of Francis Marion (884). The UC Davis "Blue" team ended the day where it began in 10th place with a three-round score of 909.
Feenstra finished the tournament with a three-round score of 5-under par, 211, four strokes better that UC Davis' Scott Gordon, UC San Diego's Alan Scheer and Bakersfield's Ron Killmer, as all three finished at 215. Francis Marion's Dylan Keylock rounded out the top five at even-par, 216. Scheer had the low round of the day with a 4-under par, 68.
UC Davis will next be in action on April 14-15 when it competes in the Cal State Stanislaus Invitational in Turlock.
UC DAVIS GOLF
2003 Aggie Invitational
April 1, 2003
at El Macero Country Club
Par 72 6,853 yards
TEAM SCORES: T1. Western Washington, 881; T1. Cal State Bakersfield, 881; 3. Cal State Stanislaus, 883; 4. Francis Marion, 884; 5. UC DAVIS, 885; 6. Grand Canyon, 888; 7. Chico State, 890; 8. Kennesaw State, 896; 9. UC San Diego, 897; 10. UC DAVIS "BLUE,"909; 11. Western New Mexico, 911; 12. Hawaii-Hilo, 922; 13. Cal State, San Bernardino, 923; 14. Sacramento State, 930; 15. Simon Fraser, 945.
INDIVIDUALS (top 5 plus UC Davis): 1. Tim Feenstra, Western Washington, 211; T2. Scott Gordon, UC DAVIS, 215; T2. Alan Scheer, UC San Diego, 215; T2. Ron Killmer, Cal St. Bakersfield, 215; 5. Dylan Keylock, Francis Marion, 216... Chris Kilkenny, UC Davis "Blue," 218; T19. Jay Westerlund, UC Davis, 222; T25. Jason Gambonini, UC Davis "Blue," 224; 34. Brett Borchers, UC Davis, 227; T38. Eric Restrepo, UC Davis, 228; T38. Josh Williams, UC Davis, 228; 47. Roby Seed, UC Davis "Blue," 231; T56. John Lawson, Jr., UC Davis "Blue,"236.
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