USF’s Widing Takes San Diego Classic by 2

Tim Widing of the University of San Francisco captured his second college victory by two strokes over Cameron Sisk of Arizona State in the Lampkin Grips San Diego Classic at San Diego Country Club in Chula Vista.

Widing, a senior from Sweden, posted a winning score of 70-69-69—208, 8-under-par, while Sisk finished at 71-67-72—210, followed by Jamie Cheatham of California at 70-73-68—211 and Dan Erickson of Texas A&M at 72-70-70—212.

“Tim was our leader again this week and it was very special to watch him come away with a win,” USF Coach Jack Kennedy said. “This is one of the best individual victories in USF history.

“This was a fantastic week for us. We came in very confident that we could compete with a beat the best teams in the country.”

Puwit Anupansuebsai of San Diego State carded a score of 72-70-71—213 to tie for fifth with Soren Lind of San Francisco, who totaled 69-70-74—213, Sam Bennett of Texas A&M, who shot 73-71-69—213, A J Ott of Colorado State, who finished at 73-70-70—213, Peter Kuest of Brigham Young, who wound up at 72-70-71—213, Rhys Nevin-Wharton of Tennessee, who shot 69-73-71—213, and Davis Bryant of Colorado State, who came in at 71-70-72—213.

Mikey Slesinski led St. Mary’s in a tie for 14th at 74-75-66—215, Matthew McCarty of Santa Clara tied for 21st at 75-72-69—216, Thomas Hutchison of UC Davis tied for 24th at 74-75-68—217, Tyler Schafer of Long Beach State shot 72-77-69—218 to finish in a tie for 28th that included Evan Kawai of the University of San Diego, who wound up at 71-73-74—218, and Cameron Meeks of Loyola Marymount tied for 55th at 77-73-72—222.

Tennessee captured the team title with a score of 285-291-280—856, while San Diego State totaled 286-294-280—860 to tie for second with Arizona State, which finished at 292-284-284—860.

Texas A&M was fourth at 294-285-282—861, followed by California at 294-285-283—862, San Francisco at 291-284-288—863, Colorado State at 291-289-285—865, Brigham Young at 290-292-285—867 and Colorado at 285-299-286—870.

St. Mary’s posted a score of 300-288-286—874 to tie for 10th with Mississippi, which finished at 281-308-285—874.

Santa Clara wound up 12th at 298-295-282—875, University of San Diego was 13th at 300-297-280—877, Long Beach State was 14th at 292-301-286—879, UC Davis was 17th at 302-304-292—898 and Loyola Marymount finished 18th at 302-303-297—902.

The Lampkin Grips San Diego Classic was one of the final tournaments played before the NCAA canceled the rest of the Spring sports schedule because of concerns over the Coronoavirus pandemic.

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