Men’s golf end their program at the PacWest Championships

The Eagles finished in sixth place in their final season for Biola.

Andi Basista, Deputy Sports Editor

The Eagles ended a three-day long tournament in Litchfield Park, Arizona on a bittersweet moment. After 12 years as a program, Biola finished its last tournament ever today. The Eagles were able to conclude the PacWest Championship by beating Notre Dame de Namur University out for sixth place.

Senior Austin Bishop nailed a par on the final green, giving him a personal score of 73 during day three and pushing his team score to under 300. Bishop secured a spot on the PacWest All-Tournament Team after placing ninth with a 200 (+4) score overall, his best overall mark of the season.

Junior Kaden Page played his best three-round tournament this year, scoring a 230. Senior Dominic Ariondo shot six straight par putts, propelling him to rack up three sub-80 rounds. Junior Scott Hatfield shot a 244 during the three-day long competition. Senior Kyle McAbee took 13th place and finished with a 74 in day three.

Men’s golf has come to a close. The PacWest Championship marked the end of an era for the Eagles.

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