Men's Golf Places Fifth at Cleveland Classic

March 5, 2002

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. - The California men's golf team placed fifth at the Cleveland Golf Classic with a 54-hole 883 (+31), seven shots back of fourth-place Fresno State. Individually, Scott Carlyle was the Bears top finisher and captured seventh place (70-73-72-215, +2) in a strong field.

Host USC won the team title (864), followed by Oregon (867), Washington (867) and Fresno State (876). Washington's Brock Mackenzie won medalist honors (71-68-69-208, -5).

Cal Individuals

7.   Scott Carlyle      70-73-72  215   (+2)T17. Walter Chun        68-80-72  220   (+7)T30. Jeff Hood          72-79-72  223   (+10)T45. Peter Tomasulo     77-75-75  227   (+14)T73. George Serra       81-78-77  236   (+23)

Up next for Cal is the Stevinson Ranch Invitational on March 25-26.

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