Clan men’s golf ties for second at WWU invitational
The Simon Fraser University Clan men’s golf team continued their strong start to the season this week. They tied for second place with West Region competitors from Cal State Stanislaus at the 43rd annual Western Washington University Invitational.
The Clan finished with a three-round team total of 849 strokes, finishing 15 under par.
Clan freshman Chris Crisologo led the game, playing in only his second collegiate event to finish in fifth place overall out of the 62-athlete field.
Crisologo shot rounds of 67-74-67 for a three-round total of 208(-8).
Youth was a factor for the Clan as their next two finishers were freshman Tony Ko and sophomore Kevin Vigna, who finished together in a tie for 13th place.
Ko shot rounds of 72-72-70 and Vigna rounds of 72-71-71 to finish with three-round totals of 214(-2) strokes.
Bret Thompson, the Clan’s top finisher at the Saint Martin’s Invite earlier this month, placed in a tie for 21st with rounds of 73-69-75 for a total 217(+1) strokes.
Senior John Mlikotic would round out SFU’s five-man team, finishing in a tie for 43rd with rounds of 70-80-74 totaling 224(+8) over the three rounds.
Clan athletes Alan Tolusso , Brayden Brown and Jordon Hutchings also competed in the tournament as individuals, with Tolusso earning a tie for 21st place thanks to his rounds of 75-70-72.
Brown and Hutchings finished 47th and 55th respectively.
The Clan now set their sights on Oregon’s Golf Week Preview Oct. 3-5 where they will go head-to-head with top NCAA Division II programs.