San Jose, Calif. --- The San José State University men’s golf team will travel to Brandon, Oregon for the Brandon Dunes Championship on March 12-14. The 8th annual Brandon Dunes Championship will be played at Old MacDonald Course hosted by Gonzaga University.
The par-72 6,893-yard course will feature a 16-team field that includes Seattle University, Utah Valley, Fresno State, Denver, Auburn (#23), Washington State, Texas A&M (#12), Oregon (#8), Gonzaga, Texas Tech (#11), CSU-Northridge, Boise State, Colorado (#21), Oregon State, San José State, Georgia State.
Last Time Out:
The San Jose State University men’s golf team competed at the National Invitational Tournament in Tucson, Arizona where they finished in 12th place at 13-over par, 877.
Kevin Velo tied for 36th, and finished the three-round tournament at one-under par. The last six times Velo has played he has carded four rounds at even par or better.
Scott Munger tied for 41st at three-over par. He shot even par 72 in the last two rounds of the tournament.
William Barnett tied for 58th at eight-over par, and improved each round at the tournament. In the final round Barnett shot a team low, four under par 68.
Previously at the Brandon Dunes Championship:
The last time the men’s golf team competed at the Brandon Dunes Championship they finished in 12th place. The tournament was played at the par-71 Brandon Trails Course which measured 6,682-yards.
Matthew Murray tied for 51st, and led the Spartans at 19-over par.
Kevin Velo shot the lowest round for the Spartans with a 73, but shot 22-over par and tied for 58th.
The Spartans tee off March 12th, and you can follow the live scores and results here.