Men's Golf
Nevada shoots lowest team round of the day


Josh Baskins finished in 11th.


Josh Baskins finished in 11th.

April 20, 2014

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EL MACERO, Calif. – The Nevada men’s golf team fired the lowest team round and finished fourth after the final day of the El Macero Classic, co-hosted by UC Davis and Nevada.

Nevada bounced back after a bad second round and shot an even-par 288, and finished the tournament with a 21-over 885. This is the sixth time this season that Nevada has finished in the top-5.

Senior Josh Baskins fired and even-par 72 in the final round and finished in 11th with a three-over 219. Senior Ryan Mulvany shot a two-over 74 and finished tied for 13th with a six-over 222.

Junior Nicholas Smits shot a two-under 70 and finished tied for 17th. Freshman Rhyne Jones finished tied for 25th and senior Brian Knoll finished tied for 53rd after they both shot a one-over 73.

Nevada also had four players competing individually. Sophomore Kit Carson finished tied for 27th with a 10-over 226. Junior Gustavo Chuang tied for 41st, freshman Zach Berhost tied for 65th, and Junior Derek Ream finished in 68th.

“The guys did a great job of bouncing back after our bad round on Saturday,” said head coach Jacob Wilner. “To have the low round of the day is a great accomplishment.”

UC Davis won the tournament with an eight-under 856. UC Davis’ matt Hansen won the individual tournament with a six-under 210.

This was Nevada’s last tournament before the Mountain West Championship starting on Friday.


 

 

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