BREMERTON, Washington - Reynn Hoshide placed third overall to lead the Puget Sound men's golf team to a fourth-place finish in the Puget Sound Invitational, which concluded Sunday at Gold Mountain Golf Club. The Logger women placed seventh as a team.
Hoshide shot just one over part through the two rounds. After a 77 in the first round, he came back in a big way by shooting a 68 in the second round. Hoshide's second-round score was one stroke shy of tying Adam Bean's program record for best 18-hole score.
Coln Rajczak shot +3 for the Logger men, placing sixth overall.
As a team, the Logger men shot +29. Pacific Lutheran won the invitational at +2.
The Puget Sound women shot +143 as a team. Lewis & Clark won the women's competition with a +61.
Emmi Modahl was the top Logger. She tied for 19th by shooting 29 over par.
The Logger golf teams next compete in the Northwest Conference Fall Classic, Oct. 13-14, in Portland.