Men's Golf Finish Tenth at Sandestin Classic

Men's Golf Finish Tenth at Sandestin Classic
Chris Carlin fired a 215 (71-71-73) after two rounds. Photo by Joel Auerbach.
DESTIN, Fla.—The Barry University men’s golf team moved up a spot from the second round  to finish tenth overall (295-298-296—889) in the Sandestin Collegiate Championship on Tuesday afternoon.
Chris Carlin was the top Buccaneer finisher. Carlin fired a 215 (71-71-73) to finish tied for fifth overall.
Daniel Stapff posted a 222 (74-71-77) to finish tied for 43rd while Marcelo Huarte finished tied for 54th with a 226 (76-80-70).
Guillermo Pumarol was three strokes off Huarte with a 229 (74-76-79) to finish tied for 54th overall. Spenser Busron rounded out the Buccaneer finishers. Burson shot a 240 (82-82-76) to finish in 65th place.
Playing as an individual, Roberto Cacho had a solid tournament for Barry. Cacho fired a 218 (73-66-69) to finish tied for 16th overall as the Buccaneers second highest finisher.
In the team competition, SSC-rival Lynn University took home the top spot with an 864 (292-283-289). Columbia State posted an 866 (289-277-300) while Delta State rounded out the top three with a 874 (287-299-289).
The Bucs return to action on October 4 when they travel north to Columbus, Georgia to compete in the Aflac/Cougar Invitational.
DESTIN, Fla.—The Barry University golf team started their 2010-11 season on Monday afternoon playing in the Sandestin Collegiate Championship. After the first two rounds, the Bucs are in 11th place overall.
For the Buccaneers, Chris Carlin led the way with a two-round score of 142 (71-71). Carlin is tie for 10th overall. Daniel Stapff posted a 145 (74-71) as the next highest Buccaneer finisher, tied for 22nd.
Guillermo Pumarol, Marcelo Huarte and Spencer rounded out the Buccaneer finishers. Pumarol is tied for 44th with a 150 (74-76), Huarte posted a 156 (76-80) for 61st, and Burson fired a 164 (82-82) to tie for 66th overall.
In addition to the five finishers, Roberto Cacho played for the Buccaneers as an individual. He posted a 139 (73-66) after firing an amazing five-under 66 in the second round. Cacho’s 66 ties him for the second lowest round in school history. He becomes one of only six players to shoot a 66.
The Buccaneers return for the third round tomorrow at 8:30 am (CST).