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Perras Leads in Cabo Collegiate Final Rd

March 6, 2018

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Team Rounds Score
123 F
1.  #1 Oklahoma State 276 282 280 838 -14
2.  #13 California281 278 287 846 -6
3.  #15 Texas 286 285 287 858 +6
4.  #29 Arizona State 285 279 295 859 +7
5.  Duke 289 288 283 860 +8
t6.  #23 USF 293 291 278 862 +10
t6.  #19 Arkansas 296 282 284 862 +10
8.  #2 Vanderbilt 296 286 283 865 +13
9.  #20 Florida State 287 285 297 869 +17
10.  #5 Baylor 299 281 291 871 +19
11.  #17 Stanford 290 295 289 874 +22
12.  #45 Mississipppi 291 290 299 880 +15
13.  Rice 288 296 300 881 +16
14.  Houston 297 301 300 898 +46
15.  #14 Wake Forest 309 299 295 903 +51

HOUSTON LEADERS
123 F
t16.  Zach Tracy (Ind.) 71 73 71 215 +2
t20.  Michael Perras 73 73 70 216 +3
t45.  Pryce Beshoory 71 76 75 222 +9
t65.  Matt Williams 78 73 77 228 +15
t73.  Papito Gonzalez 75 79 81 235 +22
79.  George Gardner 82 80 78 240 +27

OVERALL LEADERS
123 F
1.  #8 Collin Morikawa
 California
65 67 64 197 -16
2.  #4 Matthew Wolff
 Oklahoma State
65 68 67 200 -13
t3.  #28 Viktor Hovland
 Oklahoma State
68 69 72 209 -4
t3.  #24 Theo Humphrey
 Vanderbilt
68 68 73 209 -4
t3.  #52 Alvaro Ortiz
 Arkansas
72 69 68 209 -4

SAN JOSE del CABO, Mexico – University of Houston senior Michael Perras fired a 1-under 70 in Tuesday’s Final Round, and sophomore Zach Tracy tied for 16th to lead the Cougars at the Querencia Cabo Collegiate on Tuesday afternoon.

Starting his day off No. 15 on the 6,898-yard, par-71 course at Querencia Golf Club, Perras jumped off to a quick start with a birdie on the par-5 hole. The Deer Park, Texas, native endured a bogey on No. 1 but quickly regained that stroke with a birdie on the 184-yard, par-3 second hole.

Despite his final bogey of the day on No. 10, Perras again wasted little time in returning under par with a birdie on the 12th hole and tied for 20th at 216.

Playing as an individual, Tracy enjoyed an even-round 71 in Tuesday’s round. Like Perras, the Houston native started his round with a birdie on No. 15. Following six pars and a bogey, Tracy battled through a double-bogey on the par-4 fifth hole and enjoyed an eagle on the par-5 ninth hole to tie for 16th at 215.

The Cougars finished 14th with a score of 898 against a field which featured 12 of the nation’s top-50 programs, including three top-five schools.

No. 1 Oklahoma State posted a team score of 4-under-280 Tuesday and captured the team title at 838 to finish eight shots ahead of No. 13 California. No. 15 Texas (858), No. 29 Arizona State (859), Duke (860), No. 23 USF (862), No. 19 Arkansas (862), No. 2 Vanderbilt (865), No. 20 Florida State (869) and No. 5 Baylor (871) rounded out the top-10.

For the third straight day, California’s Collin Morikawa posted a round in the 60s with a 64 Tuesday and earned medalist honors with a score of 16-under 197 to finish three shots ahead of Oklahoma State’s Matthew Wolff.

Viktor Hovland (Oklahoma State), Theo Humphrey (Vanderbilt) and Alvaro Ortiz (Arkansas) tied for third at 209.

Sophomore Pryce Beshoory tied for 45th at 222, while junior Matt Williams tied for 65 at 228. Senior Papito Gonzalez tied for 73rd at 235, and sophomore George Gardner finished 79th at 240.


UP NEXT
Following the Querencia Cabo Collegiate, Houston will play host to the Border Olympics on March 9-10 at Laredo Country Club in Laredo, Texas.

From there, the team will host the Valspar Collegiate Championships on March 18-20 at Floridian Golf Club in Palm City, Fla.


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