ALOHA, Ore. - The Lewis & Clark men's golf team concluded the Pacific Invitational on Sunday with a team score of 648 (317 + 331) for the tournament. The Pioneers ended the invite tied for sixth place out of the 10 team field.
Freshman Drew Groshong paced the Pioneers with a two day score of 157 (75 + 82), while sophomore Reid Sata had the best day two score for the Pioneers to finish with a 162 (84 +78). Scott Owen ended his first tournament with a 166 (81 + 85). Sophomore Connor Laubenstein rounded out the Pioneers team score with a two day score of 168 (82 +86).
Trevor Foster, who played as an individual, shot a 165 (77 + 88), while Alex Lewandowski concluded his tournament with a 169 (80+89).