Freshman Austen Christiansen and sophomore Patrick Fishburn tied for 36th place individually as BYU men’s golf finished 13th at the John Burns Intercollegiate on Friday.

“We had a decent round yesterday, but today we shot 7-over par on a day where the wind slowed down considerably," BYU head coach Bruce Brockbank said. "Fishburn and Christiansen played the best for us, and it was good to see Austen (Christiansen) shoot a couple of good scores. Overall as a team, we still have a lot of work to do.”

Christiansen finished the event at 4-over par through 54 holes of play. The freshman, who shot even par in Friday’s round, finished the tournament tied for 36th place with Fishburn. Christiansen birdied four holes in the third round. On Friday, Fishburn shot even par on the front nine and shot 1-over par on the back nine.

Zach Pritchard shot 3-over par on the day, birdying three holes in Friday’s round. He ended the event tied for 69th place. Spencer Dunaway tied with Pritchard for 69th, as he also shot a 75 (+3) in the day’s 18 holes. Dunaway also birdied three holes Friday, the sixth, eighth and 10th holes.

CJ Lee shot 7-over par through 18 holes Friday. The sophomore finished the tournament tied for 76th place.

As a team, the Cougars finished the event in 13th place. BYU shot a total team score of 295 on Friday. No. 8 Texas took first in the tournament, shooting 284 in the day’s round of 18.

BYU continues its spring season competing in the Pepperdine Invitational on Feb. 29-Mar. 1.