VENTURA, CA. – The Pomona-Pitzer Men's Golf program made their 2018-19 season debut at the California State Intercollegiate at Olivas Links Golf Course from September 17th to 18th. The Sagehens finished in ninth overall at the invitational, shooting 299 in the first round as a team and scoring 297 in the final day. They finished the tournament with a total of 596.
"Our men played steady, but we didn't score the way we hoped," said Head Coach John Wurzer. "Conor Rooney had a solid top-20 finish and we learned a tremendous amount that will shape what we do going forward this season."
Senior Conor Rooney was the highest finisher among the Sagehens, placing tied for 17th after shooting 72 in the first round and 75 in the second, going 3-over par. Alan Tom finished tied for 30th, shooting 73 in the first day and 76 in the second. Jack Carrigan was also tied for 30th, struggling in the first round by shooting 78th, but made an impressive turnaround and shot 71 in the second day. Owen Rosebeck concluded his tournament run tied for 39th, scoring 76 in the first day and 75 on the final round.
Up Next: The Sagehens will take a break until winter when they compete at the Poet Challenge on Friday, February 15 in Industry, California.