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UCLA Men's Golf Finishes 10th in NCAA Kohler Regional

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The Bruins finished 18 strokes out of the top 5.

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The UCLA Men's Golf team completed the third and final round of the NCAA Kohler Regional on Wednesday. The team shot an even-par 288 and finished in tenth place overall with a +12 876 for the entire tournament.

That left the Bruins 18 strokes behind Florida State and Baylor who tied for fourth. Because only the top five teams advance to the next round, UCLA's season is now over. UCLA's top golfer in the tournament was freshman Cole Madey who shot a 1-under 71 Wednesday and a total of 216 for all three rounds. He tied for 21st overall.

Senior Lorens Chan finished the tournament tied for 35th with a 3-over 219 even though his 3-over 75 on Wednesday was not counted in UCLA's team scoring for the day because he wasn't one of UCLA's low four scores. Senior Jonathan Garrick shot a 5-over 221 for the tournament which tied him for 43rd overall. Sophomore Tyler Collier tied for 52nd at 7-over 223 while freshman Phil Delisi tied for 63rd at +10 226.

Go Bruins.