Men's Golf 14th at Alister MacKenzie Invitational

Corte Madera, Calif.-----On a day with low 18-hole scores, Rosco Valentine was the one San Jose State University player with a sub-70 score during the first two rounds of the Alister MacKenzie Invitational.

Valentine posted an opening round 68 on the par 71 Meadow Course. Teammates Stephan Stallworth and Peter Gibbs also were under par with their afternoon scores of one-under 70.

In the team competition, San Jose State was in 14th place with a 574 total. Washington is the team leader with a 27-under par score of 541. Louisville and UC Davis are tied for second at 548.

“It comes down to simple execution of putts 5-feet and in. It’s spread throughout the team. We’re not putting well this fall,” said San Jose State coach John Kennaday. “The greens were perfect and we didn’t take advantage.”

Daryl Fathauer of Louisville opened the 54-hole tournament with a 10-under par 61 and followed up with a67 for a 128 total. Washington’s Zach Bixler is three shots behind at 131 after he finished his second round with an 11-under par 60.

The 54-hole tournament concludes with 18 holes on October 9.

36-hole results from the Alister MacKenzie Invitational men’s golf tournament
The Meadow Club, Corte Madera, Calif.
Par 71, 6,686 yards

Team Scores

1. Washington 541
2. Louisville 548
UC Davis 548
4. Oregon State 549
5. California 551
Fresno State 551
7. San Diego State 552
8. UC Irvine 553
9. Arizona State 555
Saint Mary’s 555
11. Santa Clara 557
12. Oregon 559
13. San Francisco 570
14. San Jose State 574
15. Cal Poly 575
16. Washington State 579

Individual Leaders
1. Daryl Fathauer, Louisville 61-67-128
2. Zach Bixler,Washington 71-60-131
3. Todd Angel, Fresno State 63-70-133
Knut Borsheim, Arizona State 68-65-133
Jimmy Cacho, Santa Clara 65-68-133
Kenny Kim, UC Irvine 64-69-133

San Jose State scores
41. Peter Gibbs 72-70-142
56. Rosco Valentine 68-76-144
61. Stephan Stallworth 75-70-145
72. Drew Nottenkamper 75-72-147
77. Mark Hubbard 71-79-150