CARR RECORDS CAREER HIGHS AT VISIT STOCKTON PACIFIC INVITE

CARR RECORDS CAREER HIGHS AT VISIT STOCKTON PACIFIC INVITE

STOCKTON, Calif. — Jeff Carr shot a career best 69 to finish 2-under par during the final round of the Visit Stockton Pacific Invite on Saturday. The Hornets finished eighth among the 16 teams and totaled 281-287-286-854.

Carr jumped out to a quick start, birdying four of his first eight holes and five of the first 10. He opened the day with a par before a birdie on the par-5 second. A birdie on the par-4 fifth dropped him to 2-under and he made the turn at 4-under following birdies on the par-4 seventh and par-3 eighth. Carr fell to 5-under with a birdie on the par-4 10th. He stayed there with five consecutive pars. Carr's first bogey came on the par-5 16th and he ended with a double bogey on the par-4 18th. Overall, he tied for 34th place at 85-70-69-214. His 54-hole total easily surpassed his previous best of 221 from the same tournament a year ago.

Fowler followed his round of 69 yesterday with a 71. He was 1-over on the front side of the course with a bogey on the par-3 third. He jumped to 2-over with a bogey on the par-4 12th. From there, Fowler birdied the par-5 14th and the par-4 17th to return to even. He totaled 83-69-71-223 in his first collegiate tournament in the lineup.

Landon Azeedo tied Jeff Carr for the best finish on the team. Azevedo shot 69-73-72-214 to end at 1-over. His quickly moved to 2-under par with birdies on Nos. 2 and 3 but made the turn even following birdies on Nos. 7 and 8. Azevedo began play on the back nine with a birdie but added bogeys on the par-3 11th and par-4 12th. A birdie on the par-4 13th took him back to even and returned to the red with a birdie on the par-4 17th. Azevedo closed the tournament with a double bogey on No. 18.

Eric Olsem and Ethan Davidson each shot 74 on Saturday. Olsem tied for 47th place at 67-76-74-217. He birded the second hole and was 1-over at the turn following bogeys on Nos. 5 and 7. A double bogey on No. 13 took him to 3-over but he immediately responded with a birdie on the par-5 14th. A bogey on the par-5 16th moved him to 3-over.

Davidson's final round was highlighted by an eagle on the 516-yard, par-5 16th and a birdie on the par-5 14th. He also had four bogeys and a double bogey. Davidson tied for 58th place at 70-75-74-219.

Sacramento State will conclude its fall schedule on Nov. 2-4 at the Ka'anapali Classic Collegiate in Maui.

VISIT STOCKTON PACIFIC INVITE
Stockton, Calif. // Stockton CC
Par 71 // 6,480 Yards

TEAM RESULTS
1. Nevada 281-271-262-814
2. BYU 275-275-276-826
3. San Francisco 278-276-274-828
4. Long Beach State 281-276-278-835
5. Saint Mary's 280-275-283-838
6. San Jose State 271-282-289-842
7. UC Santa Barbara 282-283-280-845
8. SACRAMENTO STATE 281-287-286-854
T9. Pacific 284-288-289-861
T9. Cal Baptist 287-294-280-861
11. UC Riverside 293-280-289-862
12. Grand Canyon 296-293-284-863
T13. South Dakota 284-289-292-865
T13. UC Irvine 286-284-295-865
15. Cal State Northridge 288-288-293-869
16. Fresno State 300-280-291-871

INDIVIDUAL TOP FIVE
1. Peter Kuest, BYU, 66-67-64-197
2. Joey Vrzich, NEV, 67-73-61-201
3. Sam Harned, NEV, 71-64-67-202
4. Joe Fryer, LBSU, 69-65-69-203
T5. Soren Lind, USF, 70-67-68-205
T5. Brett Bennett UCSB, 67-71-67-205

SACRAMENTO STATE SCORES
T34. Landon Azevedo 69-73-72-214
T34. Jeff Carr 75-70-69-214
T47. Eric Olsem 67-76-74-217
T58. Ethan Davidson 70-75-74-219
T74. Joe Fowler 83-69-71-223