Men's Golf Finishes 14th At Isleworth|
October 24, 2012
The Texas Tech men's golf team was not able to make up any ground on the final day of the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational, as the Red Raiders dropped one spot to finish in 14th place on Tuesday.
Even though Tech dropped position wise, it did post its best score of the tournament with a 299 on the day to bring its three-day total to a 907.
Clement Sordet helped guide the Red Raiders to their best performance in the tournament by shooting an even par 72. Sordet also tied for the best overall performance for Tech, as he finished with a total of 224 to move him up 18 places and into a tie for 28th individually in the tournament.
The Red Raider who also finished in 28th place was Esteban Restrepo who achieved his total score of 224 by shooting a 75 on the final day -- Tech's third lowest score on the round.
With his best score of the tournament Matias Dominguez posted the second best score Tuesday for the Red Raiders with a solid 73. His final round bumped him up 17 places to put him in tie for 48th with a total of 229.
Finishing fourth on the day for Tech was Finley Ewing IV who had another tough day by shooting a 79 to bring his three-day total to a 233, which placed him in a tie for 60th.
Tech's fifth golfer, Henry Todd, came into the clubhouse in the third round with an 83 to give him a total score of 238 on the tournament placing him in 71st place.
California took home the title with an 868 total with New Mexico and Alabama rounding out the top three. Big 12 Conference foe Texas finished in fourth, while TCU came in one spot ahead of Tech in 13th.
The Red Raiders will be back in action starting Monday, as they travel to Dallas to compete in the two-day Royal Oaks Intercollegiate tournament to finish up their fall season.