Beavers Looking For Back-To-Back Team Titles
CORVALLIS, Ore. – Fresh off winning the team title at the Duck Invitational, the Oregon State men's golf team gets right back on the course Monday and Tuesday at the Seattle U. Redhawk Invitational in University Place, Wash.
FIELD (15): Oregon State, Boise State, Fresno State, Gonzaga, Idaho, Sacramento State, Saint Mary's, Saint Martin's, San Francisco, Seattle U, UT Arlington, Utah, Utah Valley, Washington, Western Washington
COURSE: The tournament will be held at Chambers Bay Golf Course.
BEAVERS' LINEUP: Oregon State will go with a lineup of Carson Barry, Mateo Fuenmayor, Kyosuke Hara, Jackson Lake and Spencer Tibbits. Nolan Thoroughgood will compete as an individual.
FORMAT: Two-day, 54-hole tournament with 36 holes on Monday and 18 holes on Tuesday. The top-four individuals from each five-member team with the lowest scores for each 18-hole round constitute the scoring members for that given round.
TEE TIMES: There will be a shotgun start at 8 a.m. both days.
LIVE SCORING: There will be live scoring for the tournament at BirdieFire.com.
SOCIAL MEDIA: Follow the Oregon State men's golf team on Twitter and Facebook.
LAST TIME OUT: Oregon State played an outstanding final round and coasted to the team title at the 31st Annual Duck Invitational on March 23.
The Beavers concluded the two-day, 54-hole tournament with an 8-over 286-288-286--860 at the par-71, 7,015-yard Eugene Country Club to win by four strokes over rival Oregon (12-over 287-285-292--864) in the 15-team field.
This is the second-straight time Oregon State has won the Duck Invitational, which is hosted by Oregon. The other team titles came in 1998, 2014 and 2019. The 2020 event was canceled due to COVID-19.
Spencer Tibbits led the Beavers on the individual leaderboard, finishing in a tie for third place with a 3-under 68-69-73--210. It's the eighth time he's posted a top-five finish and the 13th top-10 showing in his spectacular four-year Oregon State career.
Shawn Lu continued his hot play as he shot a 3-over 70-71-75--216 to finish in a tie for sixth place. He led the Beavers with a 12th place finish at their last tournament, the Bandon Dunes Championship.
Carson Barry and Kyosuke Hara both had their best scores of the tourney in the final round.
Barry fired a 4-under 67 that vaulted him 34 spots up the leaderboard and into a tie for 26th place finish, with a 10-over 79-77-67--223.
Hara carded an even-par 71 that moved him 17 spots and into a tie for 18th place with an 8-over 73-77-71--221.
Freshman Mateo Fuenmayor also finished in a tie for 18th place with an 8-over 75-71-75--221.
Jackson Lake and Alec Berrey both competed as individuals. Lake recorded his second career top-10 finish with a tie for ninth place (4-over 70-76-71--217) and Berrey finished in a tie for 69th (20-over 80-78-75--233).
Oregon State has now won nine tournament titles under 11-year head coach Reehoorn and 42 overall in program history.
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