BEAUMONT, Calif. – The Pomona-Pitzer men's golf team finished the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Championships in fifth place after three rounds at the Oak Valley Golf Club in Beaumont, California.
The Sagehens finished with a final score of 898, which was just ten strokes away from fourth place Occidental (888).
Pomona-Pitzer was led by Kevin Knox who ended the SCIAC Championships in fifth place overall as he shot a 74 in round one, a 69 in round two and ended with a 74 for an overall score of 217.
Conor Rooney finished in a tie for 12th overall as his rounds consistently got better as he shot a 77 in round one, a 75 in round two and ended with a 73 for a score of 225.
Gilbert Chang shot a 79 in round one and came back with a 74 in rounds two and three as he landed in a tie for 18th overall with a score of 227.
Mitchell Weeks ended up tied for 29th as he shot an overall score of 235 with a 74 in round one, 84 in round two and finished with a 77 in round three.
Ending the tournament for the Sagehens was Spencer Katchman who finished in 36th with an 85, 78, and 77 for a score of 240 and Geoff Holland who landed in 43rd place with an 83, 96, and 88 for a score of 267.
The Sagehens improved two spots from a year ago as they ended last season in seventh place at the SCIAC Championships.