Oct. 3, 2006
RENO, Nev. - Gonzaga University got solid performances from its top four on Tuesday, shooting a final-round 293 at the Wolf Pack Classic men's golf tournament.
The Bulldogs finished with an 885 to finish 15th, four strokes behind No. 14 Fresno State University. Iowa State University, the leader after Monday's 36 holes, captured the team title with an 842, seven shots better than the University of Utah.
Trevor Loe shot a final-round 71 for a 54-hole total of 213 over the 7,100-yard, par 72 Wolf Run Golf Course and tied for 11th, the same position he held following Monday's opening two rounds. Reyn Tanaka shot 73 on Tuesday, Jimmy Hayes a 74 and Brandon Crick a 75. Tanaka was the next best Bulldog behind Loe, shooting a 223 to finish tied for 61st.
Dustin Pimm of Utah maintained his first-day lead, shooting a 73 to finish at 205 for a 3-shot victory over Zen Brown of Colorado State University.
The Bulldogs will compete at the Santa Clara University Tournament Oct. 23-24.