Cougars sweep team, individual titles at Presidents Day Shootout
The Cougars swept the championships of the Presidents Day Shootout Monday, with redshirt sophomore Papito Gonzalez taking first place in the event.
With a team score of 11+ over par, the Cougars also took the team championship at the event, beating out rival Rice University by one stroke.
Gonzalez shot an even-par round of 72 on the second day to end the tournament at +2 over par and capture the individual championship.
Behind Gonzalez, sophomores Alan De Bondt and Michael Perras and redshirt junior Emmett Oh tied for second place, each tallying +3 over par for the event.
Redshirt junior Matt Dunn shot +4 over par for the event to place in a tie for ninth place, while redshirt sophomore Joshua Gibbons, redshirt freshmen Matt Williams and Logan Davis each shot +10 over par, +10 over par and +12 over par respectively in the tournament.
The Cougars claimed both titles in their first event of the spring. They’re preparing for the All-American Intercollegiate tournament, which begins on Friday and ends on Sunday.