Pacific Men's Golf Concludes WCC Championships Play

Pacific Men's Golf Concludes WCC Championships Play

SANTEE, Calif. – The Pacific men's golf team wrapped up 2018 West Coast Conference tournament play Wednesday with an eighth place finish.

The Tigers shot their best round of 18 holes on the final day of the event, shooting 286 to bring their three round total to 883 (+21). The No. 33-ranked Pepperdine Waves won the program's 19th men's golf title after shooting 838 (-26).

Austin Fox had another strong round of golf on Wednesday, shooting for Par en route to finishing as the Tigers top golfer with a two over-Par 218 (76-70-72). Jee Horsangchai, who led Pacific through the first two rounds struggled a bit in his final 18 holes, but finished just one stroke behind Fox. Horsanchai shot rounds of 72-72-75 to finish in a tie for 19th. Casey Scott wrapped up with a score of 224.

Anthony Madrid, who averaged a 78 heading into the final day of WCC play, shot two under-Par (70) on Wednesday to finish with a 226 (+8). Daniel Peña recorded a score of 232. 

Next up for Pacific will be the NCAA Regionals, which the Tigers are set to host this year at The Reserve at Spanos Park in Stockton. The event is set for May 14-16.