Lions finish 14th at SoCal

By Doug Fitzgerald published March 8, 2005

All five University of Colorado at Colorado Springs golfers shot an 80 or better as the Mountain Lions finished the final round of the SoCal Intercollegiate Invitational Tuesday in 14th place.

The tournament, played at the Santaluz Club in Del Mar, Calif., featured six teams ranked among the Top 20 in NCAA Division II.

Cal State-Bakersfield shot a three-round score of 869 to win the tournament. Cal State-Chico and Hawaii-Hilo tied for second at 885.

Joe Saliba was the top finisher for UCCS with a three-round total of 226, good for 25th overall. John Scott was second among Mountain Lions golfers at 236, while Trent Daum carded a 238, Neil Huffaker had a 244 and Chase Wortmann had a 248.

Hawaii-Hiloâ€TMs Nick Mason shot a 2-under par 211, four strokes better than anyone else in the field, to win top individual honors.

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