Claremont-Mudd-Scripps wins SCIAC again

Claremont-Mudd-Scripps placed five players in the top 10 to capture the team title in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Men’s Championship for the third straight year, and Jake Hollander of Redlands claimed the individual title on the South Course at Los Serranos Country Club in Chino Hills.

The Stags captured their 13th conference title with a score of 286-282-287—855, 9-under-par, while California Lutheran was second at 303-287-285—875, followed by Redlands at 291-285-301—877 and La Verne at 296-292-292—880.

Pomona-Pitzer was fifth at 301-294-296—891, followed by Chapman at 305- 301-293—899, Whittier at 307-295-300—902, and Occidental at 304-310- 301—915.

Hollander, a Redlands sophomore from Peterborough, N.H., earned the first victory of his college career with a score of 71-67-72—210, 6-under, followed by Johnny Brandt of Claremont-Mudd-Scripps at 68-71-72—211, while Cameron Cooper of Redlands shot 73-72-71—216 to tie for third with Jonathan Shaw of Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, who wound up at 72-73-71—216.

Alex Wrenn of Claremont-Mudd-Scripps totaled 75-69-73—217 to tie for fifth with Tyler Ferrier of Cal Lutheran, who finished at 76-69-72—217, and Ken Kong of Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, who came in at 74-71-72—217.

Hisham Hussein of La Verne was eighth at 72-76-70—218, followed by Alex Valadez of Whittier at 76-71-72—219, while Drake Jones of Cal Lutheran shot 77-74-69—220 to tie for 10th with Matt Shuman of Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, who finished at 77-71-72—220, Ryan Kyaw of Cal Lutheran, who finished at 76-71-73—220, and Avery Keating of Chapman, who wound up at 78-72-70— 220.

Hunter Lowry led Pomona-Pitzer in a tie for 17th at 72-78-73—223, while Sam Miller of Occidental totaled 76-74-75—225 and finished in a tie for 23rd that included his Oxy teammate, Dylan Jirsa, who wound up at 75-79-71—225.

Austin Long rounded out the scoring for SCIAC champion Claremont-Mudd-Scripps in a tie for 14th at 72-76-73—221.

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