New Mexico Finishes Fourth at ASU Thunderbird Invitational
Courtesy: New Mexico Athletics  
Release:  04/10/2004
Courtesy: New Mexico Athletics

April 10, 2004

TEMPE, ARIZ - The University of New Mexico men's golf team fell out of a second place tie and finished fourth on the final day of the ASU Thunderbird Invitational. The Lobos shot a final round 282 on the par-72 7,027 Karsten Course and finshed 24-under par (273-285-282=840) at the 16-team tournament, while host Arizona State led wire to wire and finshed at 43-under par (270-278-273=821).

New Mexico was led by Spencer Levin who finished tied for 12th with a final round 68 to finish at 8-under par (66-74-68=208). Other individual scores for the Lobos were Charlie Beljan tied for 18th at 5-under par (69-68-74=211), Jay Choi (71-70-71=212) and Jay Reynolds (69-73-70=212) each finished at 4-under par in a tie for 20th and Madalitso Muthiya finished tied for 48th at 2-over par (69-76-73=218).

Medalist honors went to Alejandro Canisares of Arizona State who led wire to wire and finished at 16-under par (65-66-69=200) holding off Ryan Moore of UNLV by two strokes.

New Mexico returns to the golf course on April 29 in Sunriver, Oregon, for the Mountain West Conference Championships.

Friday, May 29
All Day - 
Men's Golf
at NCAA Championship