FAIRFAX, Calif. (Oct. 14, 2014) — Despite
trailing Arizona State by two
shots heading into the Alister MacKenzie
Invitational final round on
Tuesday at Meadow Club, the Unviersity of
California, led by freshman
Sebastian Crampton (pictured), posted 13-under
as a team to win their
host event for the third year in a row.
Crampton, of Pacific Grove, Calif., finished in
third place individually,
shooting 68-66-73 over the course of 54 holes.
California junior Keelan Kilpatrick of New
Zealand tied for
finished second overall
on Cal's winning
team. He began the tournament with a one-over
with consecutive 69's.
St. Mary's junior Jonathan De Los Reyes had the
tournament, a 63, in
opening round, but finished 77-69 to finish in a
tie for fourth.
Antioch, Calif. native led
his Gaels team to a
12th place finish.
After a brutal 36-hole day on Monday, Arizona
State led by two over Cal
and by three over Oregon State thanks to Sun
Devil junior Max Rottluff's
opening rounds of 68 and 66.
Rottluff, who hails from
Germany, won the
individual title by two over Oregon State's own
first-year player Tyler
Collier. Rottluff competed for his home country
in the World Amateur
Team back in August.
Collier, a Chico, Calif. native, held the individual
lead through the first
nine holes of Tuesday's final round by
squandered that lead with a
triple-bogey six on the back nine while Rottluff
used an eagle, a birdie,
and a bogey-free final nine holes to overtake
Collier for the win.
Collier still finished in second place, shooting 69-
winning total of 204 was comprised of rounds of
68, 66, and 70.
Coller's Beaver team finished in third place at
behind Cal and three
behind Arizona State. UC Davis was the last of
teams to finish
the 54-hole event
under par as the Aggies posted three-under led
Noya. Noya, of South
San Francisco, shot 68-68-74 and finished six
back of Rottluff
in a tie for
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