March 21, 2004
HOUSTON, TEXAS - The University of New Mexico dropped to sixth place on the final day of the Hall of Fame Invitational in Houston, Texas. The Lobos entered the final round tied for fourth, but shot a final round of 297 and tournament total 867 (290-280-297) on the par-72, 7,352-yard Redstone Golf Club to finish sixth.
Spencer Levin (72-68-77=217) and Jay Choi (72-71-74=217) led the Lobos finishing tied for 19th at 1-over par. Following Levin and Choi was Charlie Beljan (73-71-75=219) who finished tied for 28th at 3-over par, Jay Reynolds (77-70-73=220) finished at 4-over par in a tie for 32nd and Madalitso Muthiya (73-75-75=223) finished tied for 47th at 7-over par.
The team championship went to Arizona who finished at 846 (277-283-286), six strokes in front of second place Oklahoma State.
Chris Nallen (66-66-70=202) of Arizona won medalist honors leading wire to wire and finished at 14-under par. Alex Boren (71-68-69=208) of Oklahoma State was second at 8-under par.
New Mexcio will return to the course on March 28-30 at the National Intercollegiate in Tucson, Arizona.