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Next Up for Men's Golf After Cabo Finish: Duck Invitational Mar. 21-22 in Eugene

Mar 1, 2022
Preston Summerhays improved each round and closed with a 66 at the Cabo Collegiate.

The Sun Devil men's golf team improved its score each day but couldn't come back after a tough first round at the CABO COLLEGIATE, presented by CFO4Life, at the Cabo del Sol – Cove Club Course in  Cabo San Lucas, Mexico (6,807 yards/par 71).

ASU shot 12-under 840 and tied for ninth (295-275-270), as Preston Summerhays led the way with a 7-under 206 (72-68-66).

ASU's third-round score of 14-under 270 was third-best of the tournament, behind only third round scores of 262 (Texas Tech) and 265 (Vanderbilt).

The Sun Devils entered the tournament ranked No. 1 in the Golfweek Sagarin Rankings.

Four of the five Sun Devils improved their scores in each round. The only Sun Devil who didn't was Mason Andersen, who shot a 66 in the second round and followed it up with a solid 68.

ASU was 1-over (3.01 average on the par-3 holes, second-best in the tournament behind only Florida State (2.95/-4).

Four Sun Devils competed as individuals at the 41-player Dove Mountain Intercollegiate Monday and Tuesday.

Josele Ballester tied for second at 4-under 212 (69-69-74), with Gabe Salvanera next in third at 2-over 218 (72-71-75).

Jeewon Park tied for fourth at 6-over 222 (82-70-70) and Kiko Coelho tied for 14th at 17-over 233 (79-74-80) at the event that was hosted by Valparaiso in Marana, Ariz., with Valparaiso, North Dakota State, Bradley and UNI. The Golf Club at Dove Mountain was the host, as the teams played the Saguaro and Tortolita (par 72/7,291 yards) course

Golfstat scoring can be found here.

Arizona Stated (ranked second by Golfstat), was joined by Oklahoma State (3), Texas Tech (6), Arkansas (7), Stanford (8), Tennessee (10), Ole Miss (16), Alabama (20), Vanderbilt (21), Arizona (28), Florida State (41), Baylor (52), California, Houston and Rice.

Down a few strokes, the Arizona State men's golf team in early March of 2020 -- playing without senior All-American Chun An Yu, who was competing in the Arnold Palmer Invitational March 5-8 -- didn't let a chance to win one of the best tournaments in men's college golf slip away. The Sun Devils got 3-under-68s from freshman David Puig, sophomore Cameron Sisk and freshman Ryggs Johnston and jumped 36-hole leader Arizona in tough wind to take an 8-stroke victory at 20-under-par 832 (281-277-274). Their third-round total of 274 was 10-under-par. Arizona State and Texas A&M were the only teams to break par in the windiest conditions of the three-day event.

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Your Arizona State Sun Devils are the 2020 @CaboCollegiate Champions!

— Sun Devil Men's Golf (@sundevilmgolf) March 4, 2020

In addition to 2020 championship when it shot 20-under 832 (281-277-274), ASU has competed in three other Cabo Collegiate tournaments...ASU's 20-under 832 in 2020 is second best in 11-time tournament history...ASU shot 15-under 269 in 2019 at Querenica which matches a tournament single-round best...ASU's eight-stroke win in 2020 is tied for fifth in tournament history...ASU finished fifth in San Antonio in 2021 (10-over 274), second in 2019 (24-under 828) and fourth in 2018 (7-over 859).

PAR 71/6,807 YARDS
FEB. 27-MAR. 1, 2022
Vanderbilt 281-274-265=820/-32
Texas Tech 281-279-262=822/-30
Florida State 272-278-273=823/-29
Arkansas 276-277-271=824/-28
Ole Miss 274-279-277=830/-22
Tennessee 279-278-274=831/-21
Oklahoma State 271-279-282=832/-20
California 282-274-280=836/-16
Arizona State 295-275-270=840/-12
Houston 280-274-277=840/-12
Stanford 281-282-279=842/-10
Baylor 285-282-276=843/-9
Arizona 285-277-285=847/-5
Alabama 286-282-280=848/-4
Rice 294-293-291=878/+26
1. Cole Sherwood, Vanderbilt 70-65-61=196/-17
T12. Preston Summerhays 72-68-66=206/-7
T20. Mason Andersen 73-68-68=207/-6
T38. James Leow 74-71-67=212/-1
T48. Cameron Sisk 76-70-69=215/+2
59. David Puig, 76-72-70=218/+5