The Arkansas Razorback men’s golf team finished in sixth place in the final event of the fall season, the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate tournament from Nov. 8-10. The Hogs shot 3-under-par.
Razorback junior Julian Perico, graduate senior Tyson Reeder and freshman Manuel Lozada tied for 19th at 1-under-par. The Auburn Tigers, Georgia Bulldogs and Vanderbilt Commodores shared a tie as champions in the event with a score of -19 at the Old Overton Club in Vestavia Hills, Alabama.
Ole Miss junior Jackson Suber and Mississippi State sophomore Ford Clegg tied for first among individuals. They scored 12-under-par for the tournament.
Perico jumped 20 spots on the leaderboard on the final day. He shot 3-under-par to help grab his 14th career top-20 finish. Perico birdied on hole 2 and bogeyed on hole 4, before firing three straight birdies and finishing with 11 straight pars.
Reeder was bogey-free in his 1-under-par final round. He started out with five pars, a birdie on hole 6 and ended with 12 straight pars. Reeder had even-par rounds the first two days, finishing the tournament with 37 pars over 54 holes.
Lozada started the event 1-under-par and posted even-par rounds the final two days. He had four birdies in the final round and 15 birdies in the event.
Graduate senior Mason Overstreet also accumulated 15 birdies and tied for 29th. He matched Lozada again in the final round with four birdies, and Overstreet finished his performance off 1-over-par.
Junior Segundo Oliva Pinto tied for 58th, with a score of 11-over-par.
The Razorbacks totaled 55 birdies in the Jerry Pate that trailed only Georgia, with 59.
The Arkansas Razorback men’s golf team ends its season placing in the top six or better in all the scheduled events. The spring schedule has not been announced yet.
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