Tigers Drop to Ninth Place at WCC Championships

Tigers Drop to Ninth Place at WCC Championships

SANTEE, Calif. – Despite shooting three strokes less than its first round score, the Pacific men's golf team dropped to ninth following Tuesday's round of 18 at the West Coast Conference Championships.

The Tigers shot 297 (+21) and are just five strokes out of seventh place. Pepperdine currently leads the field with a 13-under 563.

Jee Horsangchai continues to lead Pacific in its efforts, currently sitting in a tie for 11th after shooting consecutive rounds of 72. The junior is one of two shooting even (144) for the tournament and one of 12 shooting even or better. Austin Fox shot two under-par to catapult to 17th with a two round score of 146 (+2). 

Casey Scott has compiled a score of 151 (+7) throug 36 holes, while Anthony Madrid has shot a 156 (+12) and Daniel Peña is shooting a 161 (+17).

The nine WCC men's golf teams will concluded championship play with a final 18-hole round on Wednesday, Apr. 18. The Tigers, Gonzaga and San Diego are scheduled as the first group to tee off, beginning at 7:50 a.m. Live stats are available via Golfstat.