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Fuenmayor, Barry Pace OSU Men’s Golf After Three Rounds In Washington

Apr 26, 2022

SAMMAMISH, Wash. – Mateo Fuenmayor and Carson Barry lead the Oregon State contingent after tree rounds at the Pac-12 Championships, held at the par-71, 6,979-yard Aldarra Golf Club.
Barry had the best day of the six Beavers in Washington, posting a 1-over 72. He'll enter the final day of action in a tie for 26th with a 5-over 218.
Barry is tied with teammate Mateo Fuenmayor, who shot a 3-over 74 in Tuesday's action. Fuenmayor finished with three birdies in the third round and has eight over the first 54 holes. That's tied with Jackson Lake and Brandon Eyre for second-most on the Beavers, trailing only Barry's 12.
Barry tallied four birdies on Tuesday and an eagle on the par-5 12th hole.
Lake also shot a 3-over 74 for the Beavers, and enters the final day of action tied for 44th. He is at a 9-over 222.
Alfred Raja is third among OSU's golfers after 54 holes, posting an 8-over 221, one shot ahead of Lake. Raja finished at 6-over 77 Tuesday. He enters the final day of action tied for 39th.
Eyre ended his day at 7-over 78 and is in a tie for 54th after 54 holes. He enters the final day's action at a 12-over 225.
Sean Kato enters the final day at 70th. He is at a 28-over 241 after shooting an 11-over 82 in the third round.
Overall, as a team, Oregon State enters the final day of action ninth overall, shooting a 39-over 1,104.
Oregon State Results – Through 54 Holes
T26. Mateo Fuenmayor – 71-73-74—218 (+5)
T26. Carson Barry – 72-74-72—218 (+5)
T39. Alfred Raja – 69-75-77—221 (+8)
T44. Jackson Lake – 72-76-74—222 (+9)
T54. Brandon Eyre – 73-74-78—225 (+12)
70. Sean Kato – 79-80-82—241 (+28)
TEAM: 357-372-375—1104 (+39)
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