LEWIS & CLARK INVITATIONAL: Bruins Second of Three after Day 1 at Eastmoreland
PORTLAND, Ore. – With the first day of the Lewis & Clark College Invitational men’s golf tournament in the books after a round of 18 holes on Saturday here at the Eastmoreland Golf Course, the George Fox University Bruins stand second out of three teams after carding a four-player score of 336 on the par-72, 6,529-yard course.
Pacific University is atop the team standings with a 34-over-par 322, followed by George Fox at 48-over-par, then host Lewis & Clark with a 53-over-par 341.
Leading the Bruins is Kyle Wilson, who shot a 79 and is locked in a three-way tie for second on the individual leader board. Mike Ulstad carded an 81 and is tied for fifth, while Aleks Gabrio is eighth with an 84, and Trevor Pielstick is tied for 11th with a 92.
Max Bonk of Pacific, who played in the NCAA Division III National Championship last year, is the first-round leader after shooting a one-over-par 73. Parrish Evans and Ben Wright, both of Pacific, are tied with Wilson for second at 79, while Har Rai Khalsa of Lewis & Clark is even with Ulstad in fifth at 81.
The tournament concludes Sunday, with tee times set to begin at 1:00 p.m.