UTSA golf tied 14th at William H. Tucker Intercollegiate

Luke Lawhorn, Sports Editor

Coming off a 10-day break between matches, the UTSA men’s golf team traveled to New Mexico for the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate. The Roadrunners finished tied 14th out of the stacked 19-team field. This is the eighth time the ‘Runners have played at the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate and the first time since 2013.  

UTSA was tied for 10th place overall through the first round of the tournament, with a score of 295. Hunter Bott was tied for 17th place at 1-under-par 143, while Hunter Fanfelle was one shot behind at 21st place. Fanfelle also had nine birdies through the first two rounds of the match.  

The ‘Runners struggled in the third round, finishing with a score of 889 (295-293-301). Fanfelle finished first for UTSA and 18th place overall with a 1-under-par 215 (71-73-71). Fanfelle also had the third most birdies of all the competitors with 13. Bott tied for 41st overall with a 5-over-par 221 (71-72-78). Carson Gallaher and Jack Wehman were both tied for 78th with a 12-over-par 228. David Harrison was the fifth and final competitor for UTSA, tying for 91st with a 15-over-par 231 (77-78-76).  

San Diego State won the team title with a 16-under-par 848, while Carson Griggs from the University of Denver won the individual title with an 11-under-par 205.  

UTSA will travel to Dallas for the Trinity Forest Invitational from Oct. 2-4.