Stanislaus State’s Sparrer Wins Otter Invite

Brad Sparrer of Stanislaus State won the individual title and Barry University of Miami took home the team championship in the Otter Invitational on the Bayonet Golf Course at Baynet/Blackhorse Golf Club in Seaside.

Sparrer (pictured right, with Coach Brandon Christianson), a junior from Hollister who was selected California Collegiate Athletic Association Golfer of the Week after his victory, made a hole in one on the 225-yard 17th hole in the final round and claimed his first college victory with a score of 70-6971—210.

Felipe Alvarez of Barry was second at 73-66-74—213, while Elis Svard of Cal State Monterey Bay shot 72-69-73—214 to tie for third with Ethan Casto of Western Washington, who finished at 69-73-72—214.

A.J. Ewart of Barry was fifth at 73-70-72—215, followed by teammate Tyler Bakich at 72-71-73—216, while Kobie Lockwood of Stanislaus State totaled 71-72-74—217 to tie for seventh with Preston Smith of Colorado School of Mines, who wound up at 75-71-71—217, and Max Murai of Cal State East Bay, who finished at 69-69-79—217.

Ryan Bisharat of Cal State San Marcos carded a score of 74-73-72—219 to tie for 10th with AJ Ouimet of Valdosta State, who came in at 75-70-74—219.

Devin Gregg of Sonoma State shot 74-73-76—223 and finished in a tie for 21st that included Zachary McClure of Holy Names in Oakland at 77-69-77—223, and Nicholas Caputo of Chico State at 72-74-77—223.

David Marris led Cal State San Bernardino in a tie for 48th at 79-71-80—230.

Barry, top-ranked in NCAA Division II, claimed its third straight victory with a score of 290-282-293—865, while Cal State San Marcos totaled 291-296-292—879 to tie for second with Cal State Monterey Bay, which finished at 291-288-300—879, followed by Cal State East Bay at 296-291-299—886, and Stanislaus State at 297-295-299—891.

Colorado-Colorado Springs posted a score of 290-291-311—892 to tie for sixth with Colorado School of Mines, which wound up at 303-294-295—892, while Sonoma State totaled 303-288-307—898 to tie for eighth with Valdosta State, which wound up at 302-296-300—898, and Chico State was 10th at 292-300-313—905.

Holy Names was 13th at 306-306-305—917, followed by Cal State San Bernardino at 309-310-315—934, and Cal State Monterey Bay’s B team was 16th at 312-315-326—953.

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