MURRIETA, Calif. - The Lewis & Clark men's golf team concluded the West Cup on Tuesday at Bear Creek Golf Club with a team score of 998 after three rounds of play. Trevor Foster paced the Pioneers with a 241.
Foster had the best opening round for the Pioneers, shooting a 78 on day one, which he followed up with an 84 in the second round. Foster concluded the tournament with an 81 in the third and final round for a 243 overall score. The scored helped Foster finish the tournament tied for 45th place.
Drew Groshong shaved a stroke off his day one score during the second round on Tuesday, finishing with an 82, which he followed up with an 86 in the third round. Groshong concluded the West Cup tied for 66th place with a three round total of 251.
Connor Laubenstein shot an 84 on the first day of competition, before finishing the second round with an 89. Laubenstein rebounded in the final round, shooting a team best 78 for an overall 251, tying Groshong for 66th place. Niklaus Parcell ended all three rounds with a total score of 253 after shooting an 86 on day one, followed by an 83 and 84 on the final day of competition.
The University of Redlands won the West Cup with a team total of 901, paced by a 215 (71+69+75) by Bobby Holden. Lewis & Clark was one of five Northwest Conference schools competing in the tournament.