Arizona golf places 13th at Anteater

By Ian Parkman
Arizona Daily Wildcat
April 3, 1996

The Arizona men's golf team finished the UC-Irvine Anteater Men's Golf Invitational tied for 13th place yesterday.

UA played mostly junior varsity athletes in the two-day event.

UC-Irvine won the event shooting scores of 286-294-316 for a total 896. The event was played on the Anteaters' home course at the Cobo de Caza Country Club.

UCLA finished second in the tournament that was made up of teams from the Big West and Pacific 10 Conference. The Bruins beat out third-place Washington by two strokes and fourth-place Hawaii by three.

Arizona finished tied with Washington State at 13th behind Cal State-Stanislaus. Long Beach State was in ninth after shooting a score of 916 and a closely packed group of six teams followed, all separated by three strokes ending with Arizona in 13th.

Individually, the Wildcats' best effort came from 10th-place finisher Chase Kelly, who shot rounds of 71-75-77 for a total of 223. Scott Wilie and Julian Serrano finished tied for 43rd after shooting rounds of 75-76-81-232 and 77-79-76-232, respectively. Todd Rose rounded out the team tied for 59th shooting 76-78-81-235.

UCLA's Mike Miller won the event with a three-round total of 212.