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CU’s O’Loughlin notches third top-5 of season; CSU’s Bryant fires closing 66; UNC’s Sahm places in top 10

By Gary Baines – 02/24/2019

University of Colorado junior Daniel O’Loughlin recorded his fifth top-10 finish of the season, senior Morgan Sahm of the University of Northern Colorado her first, and freshman Davis Bryant of Colorado State carded the low score of the day at the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate.

O’Loughlin, who won the season-opening Gene Miranda Falcon Invitational in September, tied for fifth place individually on Sunday at the Wyoming tournament, held in Palm Desert, Calif. It marked the Englishman’s third top-five of the season.

O’Loughlin shot rounds of 71-68-73 for a 4-under-par 212 total, which left him five strokes behind winner Skyler Eubank of Boise State.

At that same event, Bryant rebounded from a second-round 79 with a bogey-free 6-under-par 66 that included an eagle. That vaulted him up 49 spots on the scoreboard, to a 13th-place finish at 218.

In the team standings, CSU tied for fifth at 877, while CU was seventh at 880 and the University of Denver was 13th at 899 in the 21-team event.

Meanwhile, at the Grand Canyon Women’s Spring Invitational that concluded on Sunday in Phoenix, Coloradan Sahm tied for 10th place, helping UNC to a seventh-place showing in the 20-team tournament. Sahm went 73-73-75 for a 5-over-par 221 total, which left her nine strokes back of champion Teresa Toscano of South Dakota State.


WYOMING DESERT INTERCOLLEGIATE

Feb. 22-24, 2019 (final) in Palm Desert, Calif.

5. (out of 21 teams) Colorado State 290-298-289–877

13. Davis Bryant 73-79-66–218

20. Parathakorn Suyasri 69-76-75–220

37. Jake Staiano 73-74-75–222

41. AJ Ott 75-75-73–223

52. Oscar Teiffel 76-73-76–225

Competing Only as Individuals

62. Cullen Plousha 77-73-76–226

81. Jack Ainscough 77-77-77–231


7. Colorado 297-293-290–880

5. Daniel O’Loughlin 71-68-73–212

29. Kristoffer Max 76-75-70–221

41. Ross Macdonald 74-75-74–223

67. Trevor Olkowski 76-75-75–226

86. John Paterson 77-82-73–232

Competing Only as Individuals

41. Cole Krantz 77-77-69–223

101. Andre Leveque 80-75-82–237

104. Victor Bjorlow 78-80-80–238


13. Denver 300-295-304–899

20. John Sand 73-73-74–220

37. Cal McCoy 77-74-71–222

50. Esteban Missura 73-73-78–224

101. Carson Griggs 77-79-81–237

106. Jun Ho Won 84-75-81–240

Competing Only As Individuals

29. Eric Hagen 74-76-71–221

78. Roy Kang 81-74-74–229

86. Jackson Solem 75-82-75–232

Also

72. Coloradan Tyler Severin, Wyoming 79-76-73–228

101. Coloradan Hayden Plewe, Southern Utah 80-80-77–237



GRAND CANYON WOMEN’S SPRING INVITATIONAL

Feb. 23-24, 2019 (final) in Phoenix

7. (out of 20 teams) Northern Colorado 312-297-293–902

10. Morgan Sahm 73-73-75–221

25. Nicole Polivchak 79-73-73–225

36. Beah Cruz 81-74-72–227

43. Marisa Hisaki 79-77-73–229

90. Aili Bundy 81-81-80–242


Also

72. Coloradan Delaney Elliott, Montana State 81-76-77–234