Men's Golf Finishes Second At Coyote Classic

Men's Golf Finishes Second At Coyote Classic
Daniel Stapff shot a 213 (71-70-72) for the tournament. Photo by Joel Auerbach.
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif.—The #1-ranked Barry University men’s golf team wrapped up play at the Coyote Classic on Tuesday afternoon. The men, who were in fourth place after round one, finished second in the tournament with an 851 (290-279-282).
The Bucs fired an incredible 279 in the second round and a 282 in the third to overtake Chico State and Sonoma State to get second place. Cal State Monterey Bay, who were in second after the first round, went on to win.
Chris Carlin (71-70-71), Victor Billskoog (72-69-72) and Daniel Stapff (71-70-72) all finished tied for 11th with an identical 213 for the tournament.
Carlos Velez shot a 219 (76-76-67), finishing tied for 31st and Guillermo Pumarol finished tied for 41st with a 221 (80-70-71).
The Bucs return to action on Monday, March 15 at the Southeastern Collegiate in Valdosta, Georgia.
Men's Golf In Fourth At Coyote Classic
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif.—The top-ranked Barry University men’s golf team sits in fourth place after the first round of the Coyote Classic hosted by Cal State San Bernardino at Arrowhead CC on Monday. Darkness overtook the second round, leaving most teams with two holes to finish. The field will finish the final two holes of the second round at approximately 7 a.m. before closing the classic with the third and final round.
The Bucs fired a 290 on the first round and sit 12 strokes back of Chico State, the first-round leader at 278. Cal State Monterey Bay is second at 282, while defending the national champs Sonoma State Seawolves are in third at 287. Western New Mexico is tied for fifth at 291 with Cal State Dominguez Hills. 
Chris Carlin and Daniel Stapff lead the Buccaneer contingent with scores of 71 on the first round, tied for 13th overall. Victor Billskoog is one shot back, tied for 20th at two-over-par 72. Carlos Velez (76) and Guillermo Pumerol (80) round out the field.
 The Bucs are the only team from east of the Mississippi River in the field of 17.