Men's Golf Finishes 14th at CordeValle Classic in California

Nov. 1, 2005

SAN MARTIN, Calif. - Senior Stefan Wistorf turned in a 3-under-par 69 Tuesday to lead the Golden Knights as UCF finished 14th at the CordeValle Classic hosted by UCLA. UCF shot its best round of the 54-hole event Tuesday with a 3-over-par 291, after shooting 300 and 302 during 36-holes of play Monday.

UCLA won the 16-team event at 15-under-par, followed by Northwestern (-9) California (-5), Arkansas (-5) and Texas (even-par). The Golden Knights finished at 29-over-par.

California's Michael Wilson took home medalist honors at 10-under-par after carding a final-round 5-under-par 67. UCLA's Erik Flores and Arizona's Henry Liaw tied for runner-up honors at 4-under-par.

Wistorf was UCF's highest finisher in the event at 4-over-par 220, which was good enough for a tie for 34th. He started the day in a tie for 55th and moved up 21 spots in the standings over the final 18 holes. UCF freshman Kyle Davis shot a 1-over-par 73 Tuesday and tied for 47th at 8-over-par, one shot ahead of teammate Chris Anderson, who also shot 73 in the final round. Anderson tied for 53rd. Ben Leong tied for 58th and Giwon Suh tied for 75th.

Meanwhile, UCF entered a second squad at the Rollins College Invitational at Forest Lake Golf Club in Ocoee and finished 12th Tuesday. Senior Sonny Nimkhum was UCF's highest finisher, tying for 33rd.

These events marked the final tournaments of the fall for UCF. The Golden Knights return to the course in February when they host the UCF/Rio Pinar Intercollegiate Feb. 13-14.