Mountain Lions Take 11th at SoCal

By Doug Fitzgerald published March 10, 2009

MISSION VIEJO, Calif.- No University of Colorado at Colorado Springs golfer shot better than 79 Tuesday as the Mountain Lions slipped to 11th at the 59th-annual Southern California Intercollegiate Championship at Mission Viejo Country Club.

Brian Morfeld led UCCS golfers with a three-round score of 236 (20-over par), which tied him for 22nd overall. Riley Andrews was next at 237, followed by Chris Shoop (242), Tyler Bishop (246) and David Cosel (247).

Shoop and Cosel shot Tuesdayâ€TMs 79s.

Cal State San Bernardino shot a final round 298, led by Micah Burke's 70, the only under par round of the tournament, to win the team title. The top individual went to Washburn's Matt Ewald who shot a final around 71. He won with a 219 score, six shots better than Cyril Bouniol of Abilene Christian and Steven Brame of Lynn.

Central Oklahoma took second place with a team score of 922, 10 strokes behind Cal State-San Bernardino. Lynn and St. Edwards tied for third at 924, while Washburn finished fifth at 929.

The average score on the course for all three rounds was 80.05. There were seven eagles, 341 birdies, 1,875 pars, 1,372 bogies and 357 double bogies.3

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