BLANCO, Texas - Pacific Lutheran freshman Tim Livermore continued his solid spring play when he finished in an 11th-place tie at the TLU Intercollegiate Invitational men's golf tournament that finished on Tuesday at Vaaler Creek Golf Club.
The 17-team event was hosted by Texas Lutheran University.
Livermore matched Monday's 75 to finish the 36-hole event with a score of 150, five strokes behind medalist Jack Cersosimo from Concordia (Texas), who shot rounds of 74-71 - 145. Linfield's Alex Fitch and Cal Lutheran's Matt Snyder tied for second at 146.
Cal Lutheran, in second place following Monday's round, won the team championship by shooting an eight-over-par 296 today on the 6,864-yard layout. Cal Lutheran's two-round total of 597 was seven strokes better than first-day leader Mary Hardin-Baylor, which had rounds of 300 and 304.
After shooting a 316 on the first day, the Lutes had a 317 today for a 36-hole total of 633, good for 10th place.
PLU does not play another competitive round until the March 31 and April 1 NWC Spring Classic at Wildhorse Golf Club in Pendleton, Ore.
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