Excerpt from Sonoma State University
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ROHNERT PARK, Calif. – Led by Blake Bourelle's championship performance, the Sonoma State Seawolves wrapped up the 2018 Sonoma State Invitational with a four-stroke victory over second place Holy Names University Tuesday afternoon at Foxtail Golf Club.
"The tournament was awesome," said head coach Val Verhunce after play concluded Tuesday afternoon. "The guys played exceptionally well that first round. Blake Bourelle was an exceptional key to our lineup this weekend and I hope for the continuing season."
Bourelle, a junior transfer from Taft Junior College, stole the show for the Seawolves, shooting the second-lowest round of the tournament—a five-under-par 67—which propelled him to an eight-under-par finish of 208 (67-70-71).
"He won his first tournament he played in Division II golf which says a lot," added Verhunce. "It's not easy to do—and with only four players fielding the team and having to count all four scores there's a lot of pressure on a lot of the guys and they just came through like champs."