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by Melissa Aki, student writer

HPU men’s golf team earned a second place finish, 309-319, only 10 strokes behind first-place Brigham Young University-Hawai‘i at the Tri-Match held at the Turtle Bay Golf Course in Laie March 21. Chaminade University placed third, shooting 352.

BYUH’s Abel Soares and Spencer Adkins finished one and two, while Sea Warrior Robert Weeks received top HPU honors, hitting 77 for five-over par, two strokes off the leader.

Brian Keller and Mike Zaengle tied for fifth, each hitting an 80 for eight-over par. Chris Hohol and Dustin Krueger tied for ninth, each hitting 82 for 10-over par.

Winter Minteer rounded out the finishers, placing 15th in the tournament and hitting 90 for 18-over par.

On March 24, HPU held the Tri-Match in Mililani, and defeated Chaminade for their third first-place finish. HPU posted a 321 for 33-over par, while Chaminade posted a 351 for 66-over par.

Sea Warriors were credited for the top four finishers, with Hohol leading at 77 for five-over par. Keller finished second shooting 80 for eight-over par, with Kruger one stroke behind for third place. Zaengle hit an 83 for 11-over par finishing in fourth.

On March 28, in the BYUH Tri-Match No. 4 at the Turtle Bay Golf Course, HPU again finished second to the Seasiders, 305 to 326, followed by Chaminade in third at 353.

BYUH’s Kyle Kunioka received top honors, hitting a 73 for one-over par. Soares and Kellar tied for second, each shooting 75 for three-over par.

Hohol finished fifth, firing a 79 for seven-over par; Krueger and Weeks tied for 11th each hitting an 86 for 14-over par; and Zaengle and Minteer rounded out the finishers at 14th and 15th respectively.


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