Ranger Men's Golf Shoots Season-Low 899 to Finish Fall Season in Seventh at CCU Invite

Littleton, Colo.: For the first time all season, the Regis University men's golf team shot two rounds below 300 and finished with a season-low for 54 holes at 899 to finish seventh at the CCU Invite/RMAC Event #3.

The Colorado School of Mines took home the team title by beating UC-Colorado Springs 855-857.

Regis freshman Dillon McDonald shot a season-best 219 (+3) to finish in 17th place.  His previous 54-hole best was a 233.  He shot an opening round of 72 followed by a 76 and then went 1-under during the final round with a 71.

Senior Robert Quick moved around Raccoon Creek Golf Course (72-7045) in 222 strokes and tied for 23rd.  His final round of 74 was proceeded by a 73 and a 75.  His 222 equals his season low 54-hole total.

Freshman Steven DaSilva carded a 229 (+13) and was just four-over in his final two rounds following his first round 81.  Senior Ben Davis shot a 74-80-78 to finish with a 232 and tied for 39th.  Sophomore Donny Stewart shot identical 78s during the first and third rounds sandwiched by an 83 in the second round for a 239 score.

Making his collegiate debut was freshman Donnie Regan and had an admirable 246 with rounds of 80, 82 and 84 playing as an individual.

The fall season is now concluded for the Rangers.