USC runs away with Jones Invitational
Sean Crocker
Sean Crocker

VALENCIA, Calif. — The University of Southern California ran away with a 16-shot win at the Jones Invitational, hosted by Pepperdine University at Valencia Country Club.

Freshman Sean Crocker tied for medalist honors with Zach Seabolt of Winthrop, but lost the title in a playoff. Still, Crocker's eight-under par total, along with a top-five performance from sophomore Rico Hoey, pushed the Trojans to their huge win.

Kennesaw State took second place, shooting two-over during the 54-hole tournament. Teremoana Beaucousin, a sophomore, was third individually, despite a two-over 74 on the final day.

ABOUT THE Southwestern Invitational

54-hole men's college tournament with team (best four scores of five players) and individual competitions. The Southwestern Invitational is the combination of two previously existing tournaments: the Southwestern Intercollegiate (started by USC in 1978) and the Jones Invitational (hosted by Pepperdine since 2014).

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