Red Hawks participate in Embry-Riddle Arizona Spring Invite
Simpson University Sports News
Twelve schools competed in the men’s portion of the tournament, including familiar California Pacific conference opponents William Jessup, Marymount and Embry-Riddle. The Red Hawks won the team competition with a combined score of 579 over the two rounds. The win was secured on a tie breaker between the Red Hawks and Embry-Riddle, who also finished with a score of 579. The tie breaker was decided based on the second round score of the fifth place finisher on each team. The Red Hawks’ Nick Lyskin, who had a score of 76, beat out Embry-Riddle's Dylan Kinney, who had a score of 82. William Jessup University finished in third place in the team competition with a score of 582. Individually, there was a four-way tie for first place between Red Hawk Marcus Mezzano, Jonathan Goswitz from William Jessup, and Ethan Harman and Tyler-Harrison from Embry-Riddle. All these golfers finished with a score of 142. For the Red Hawks, Kerry King finished with a 144, Nick Maddalena finished with a 146, Kyle Harman finished with a 147 and Lyskin finished with a 156.
Northwoods University beat out six other schools to win the women’s team competition with a score of 640. Second place went to Embry-Riddle, who again found themselves is second because of a tie breaker. Cal Lutheran finished in third place with a score of 688, and the Red Hawks came in fourth place with a score of 702. Embry-Riddle's Kelly Feng came in first in the individual competition with a score of 154. Brionna Goulart was the first finisher for the Red Hawks with a 166. She was followed by Katie Miller with a 169, Kimmy Berg with a 174, Tori Souza with a 193 and Ashley Espercueta with a 197.
Written by Dan Anderson
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