Apr 04, 2017

Bruins Go Low In Final Day, Take Sixth At Multnomah Invite

A Winning Tradition

  • One NWC Player of the Year (Alex Plusquellec, 2017-18)
  • Two Division III PING All-Region Team
  • Six All-NWC Athletes 

OREGON CITY, Ore. --- The George Fox men's golf team closed out the Multnomah Invite Tuesday with the third best score on the day to finish sixth out of seven teams.

The Bruins' 307 in the final round was their best team score in the tournament, and the third lowest on the day. George Fox finished with a 323-322-307 – 952 to place sixth. They were 10 strokes off fifth and 17 strokes off fourth.

Corban University won the tournament with a 296-293-303 – 892 to win by 10 strokes. Oregon Institute of Technology finished second with a 301-307-294 – 902, while Warner Pacific College placed third with a 317-298-316 – 931. Northwest Christian took fourth and The College of Idaho placed fifth.

Alex Plusquellec climbed up the leaderboard in the final round, as the junior went from 16th to T-sixth with a 69 on his scorecard. He tied two other golfers in the final day with the best 18-hole score. Plusquellec singed an 81-75-69 – 225 to finish in the Top 10 for the third time this season.

Mason Koch also finished in the Top 10 with a 75-77-74 – 226 to place T-ninth. Caleb Fernandez shot an 82-84-82 – 248 to take 30th, while Mason Mueller finished with an 85-86-82 – 253 to place T-34th.

Tanner Washburn finished the tournament at 39th with an 89-87-83 – 259 on his scorecard. Clayton Rajewich competed as an individual for the Bruins and placed 15th with a 74-78-79 – 231.

Devery Stewart of Corban was the medalist, shooting a 68-76-69 – 213 to win by four strokes.

What Comes Next:
The Bruins will take on the Northwest Conference in their next tournament, as they tee it up in the NWC Spring Classic in Bremerton, Washington.