CARMEL, Calif. – The Oregon State men’s golf team was led by Mateo Fuenmayor and Jackson Lake in the first 18 holes of the Cal Poly Invitational Monday at The Preserve Golf Club.
Fuenmayor shot a 4-under 68 and Lake was a stroke back at 3-under 69 as the Beavers posted a 4-under 284 as a team. Fuenmayor is tied for third while Lake is tied for sixth entering the second and final day in California.
Oregon State is tied for fourth after the first round.
The tournament was delayed Monday morning due to frost, and the field was not able to complete the second round.
Fuenmayor paced the Beavers with six birdies, which is second among all competitors. Lake, meanwhile, has five of his own.
Brandon Eyre is tied for 34th after shooting a 1-over 73 at the par-72, 7,138-yard course. He, along with Rylan Johnson, each tallied four birdies over the first 18.
Johnson is tied with teammate Nicolas Quintero for 39th with a 2-over 74. Quintero picked up three birdies as OSU finished with 22 as a team. The Beavers are tied for third-most in the tournament with Oregon, one behind No. 2 SMU and two shy of UCLA.
The event will continue Tuesday with the continuation of the second round before the field plays the third and final 18.
Cal Poly Invitational (Par 72)
Oregon State Results – After 18 Holes
T3. Mateo Fuenmayor – 68 (-4)
T6. Jackson Lake – 69 (-3)
T34. Brandon Eyre – 73 (+1)
T39. Rylan Johnson – 74 (+2)
T39. Nicolas Quintero – 74 (+2)
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