Seniors lead Men’s Golf to seventh-place finish

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TCU men’s golf had another weekend of strong performances from its seniors and finished tied for seventh-place at the Southern Highlands Collegiate Tournament.

The Frogs finished above seven other schools, including No. 6 Southern California, No. 7 Auburn and No. 13 Pepperdine.

Pierre Mazier ended the first day of play tied for fifth place at 2-under 70. He was three shots behind tournament leaders Noah Norton of Georgia Tech and Jack Trent of UNLV, who shot 5-under 67.

Pierre Mazier at the Southern Highlands Intercollegiate Tournament.
Photo Courtesy of GoFrogs.com

Triston Fisher and David Ravetto finished the day tied for 30th place and each shot 2-over 74.

Stefano Mazzoli tied for the second lowest score of day two at 4-under 68 to move up 40 spots. He ended the day tied for 37th place overall at 3-over 147. 

Mazzoli began his second-day success early; he was 4-under 32 on the front nine with four birdies.

Mazier continued to lead the Frogs as he finished the day tied for 18th place at 1-under 143. Ravetto also had a strong second day of play, finishing tied for 24th place at 1-over 145.

Hayden Springer shot 2-under 70 and was tied for 30th place overall at 2-over 146.

On the second day, TCU shot 12 strokes better than the opening round at even-par 282.

Springer led the Frogs on the last day and finished the tournament tied for 14th place at 2-under 214. He played a bogey-free third round and shot a TCU-best 4-under 68.

Mazzoli shot his second straight sub-70 round with a 3-under 69. He shot 4-under 32 on the front nine with an eagle on the third hole. Mazzoli finished the tournament tied for 21st.

Stefano Mazzoli at the Southern Highlands Intercollegiate Tournament.
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Mazier finished in 30th place, Ravetto finished tied for 37th place and Fisher finished in 75th place.

The team will be back in action on March 18-19 at the Lake Charles Invitational in Lake Charles, Louisiana.