After a sluggish start, former Saint Mary’s golfer Dalan Refioglu went 2-under par on the back nine to finish the third round of the Pacific Coast Amateur with an even par 70 at Pine Canyon Club in Flagstaff, Ariz.
Refioglu was 3-over on his first six holes today before carding two birdies and an eagle down the stretch. He is 3-under for the tournament and tied for 17th place among the tournament’s 80-golfer field.
The 72-hole tournament’s final round takes place tomorrow.
Former Saint Mary’s guard Matthew Dellavedova played just three NBA Summer League games with the Cleveland Cavaliers before heading off to his native Australia to join the Boomers in preparation for the upcoming FIBA World Cup.
But, that didn’t prevent the hard-working reporters over at TheW.tv from catching up with him and filing this great video report.
Former Saint Mary’s golfer Dalan Refioglu remains in sight of the leaders after two rounds of the 72-hole Pacific Coast Amateur Championship at Pine Canyon Club in Flagstaff, Ariz.
The Foster City, Calif. native carded a 1-over par 71 today for a 36-hole total of 3-under par 137. He joins two other golfers in a tie for 11th place in the 80 golfer field.
Refioglu opened today’s round with a bogey on the par 4, 400-yard 1st hole, but returned to even with a birdie on the par 5 4th hole. He registered three birdies and three bogeys over the next seven holes then made par on the last six holes of the round.
Former Saint Mary’s golfer Dalan Refioglu fired a 4-under par 66 and sits in a tie for fourth place after the round of competition at the 48th Pacific Coast Amateur at Pine Canyon in Flagstaff, Ariz.
A native of Foster City, Calif., Refioglu bogeyed his first hole, the 430-yard par 4 10th, then went 6-under over his next 12 holes with four birdies and an eagle. After a double bogey on the par 3 fifth hole, he completed his round with a trio of pars and a birdie on his 18th hole to finish at 4-under.
University of Maryland junior Andrew McCain grabbed an early 3-stroke lead after carding an impressive 8-under par 72. Wake Forest sophomore Clancy Waugh is tied with CSU Fullerton senior Mark Anguiano for second place at 5-under par.
Former Saint Mary’s golfer Dalan Refioglu drew a 7 a.m. tee time for tomorrow’s first round at the 48th Pacific Coast Amateur at Pine Canyon in Flagstaff, Ariz.
Refioglu, a native of Foster City, Calif., is paired with Arizona State sophomore Ki Taek Lee and former Michigan State and University of Detroit Mercy golfer Adam Walicki.
Incoming Saint Mary’s freshman Agnieszka Kudziela continued to have a major impact for Team Australia at the Asian Women’s Under-19 Volleyball Championship over the weekend, leading the Aussies in kills in matches against New Zealand and Vietnam.
Australia dropped both matches, but Saturday’s contest against rival New Zealand went to four sets thanks, in part, to Kudziela’s efforts on offense. She led the team with 10 kills, two blocks and two service points en route to a team-high 14 points.
On Sunday, Team Australia fell in three sets to Vietnam but Kudziela was again at the head of her team’s attack. She picked up 11 points, with a team-high nine kills to go with a block and a service point.
The tournament, which is being held in Chinese Taipei, takes a rest day on Monday before resuming on Tuesday. The final day of competition is set for Thursday.
The national champion Saint Mary’s rugby team continues to rake in the awards as several members of both the title-winning 15s and the highly placed Sevens squads were named All-America performers by USA Rugby.
From the 15s team that beat Life University in the Division I-A championship at Stanford, forwards Michael O’Neill, Kyle Petersen, Ryan Pratt and Dino Waldren earned first team All-America nods. Backs Garrett Brewer, championship match MVP Cooper Maloney and Kingsley McGowan also earned first team status. Dylan Audsley and Joey Reavey each earned honorable mention.
Three Gaels earned All-America status in Sevens, with Brewer and Maloney landing a spot on the first team. Reavey rounded out the double-award winners with a place on the honorable mention list.
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