March 7, 2006
BEAUMONT, Calif. - The University of San Diego men's golf team finished third out of 18 teams in the Braveheart Classic hosted by UC Riverside Tuesday afternoon.
The Toreros shot a team third round score of 292, which was the third highest score amongst all teams on the second day of play to move ahead of Southern Utah University by three strokes for third place.
The Toreros had two individuals finish in the top-10 with Jimmy Harris and Michael Barry both shooting 220 for the tournament. Harris shot a 74 for the second round and a 71 for the third round to move into an eight-way tie for ninth at the tournament. Barry shot 72 for the second round and a 73 for the third round to move him self into ninth as well.
Cal Poly and Santa Clara University tied for first place in the tournament both shooting a combined 884, just two strokes ahead of the Toreros.
USD will return to action on Monday as they say Aloha to the main land and head to Schofield Barracks, Hawaii to compete in the John Burns Invitational.