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Men’s golf ends season with best finish at Pac-12 Championships

Cougars had four athletes finish in top-25 at tournament

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Men’s golf ends season with best finish at Pac-12 Championships

Senior Zach Anderson putts on the green, attempting to sink the putt.

Senior Zach Anderson putts on the green, attempting to sink the putt.

COURTESY OF WSU ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Senior Zach Anderson putts on the green, attempting to sink the putt.

COURTESY OF WSU ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

COURTESY OF WSU ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Senior Zach Anderson putts on the green, attempting to sink the putt.

SAM HEIKELL, Evergreen reporter

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In a tournament filled with ups and downs, WSU men’s golf placed seventh in the Pac-12 Championships at Rolling Hills Country Club in California on Wednesday.

This marks the Cougars’ best finish at the Pac-12 Championships.

The Cougars’ even par performance in the final round was not enough to push the team up the leaderboard as they dropped one spot from their sixth-place standing after the third round Tuesday.

Senior Zach Anderson led the Cougars, earning a four-round total score of 275 (-9) to tie for eighth place.

After a seven-birdie performance Tuesday where he shot a 65 (-6), Anderson was tied for fourth place and in contention going into the final day. But it was too little too late, as his final round 70 (-1) was not enough to move him up the leaderboard.

With the top-10 finish, Anderson earned himself his highest career finish at the Pac-12 Championships in his final event as a Cougar.

Senior Derek Bayley and juniors Grant Cole and AJ Armstrong all shot a four-round score of 283 (-1).

Armstrong was sitting in 12th place overall going into Wednesday after shooting back-to-back rounds of 68 (-3). However, his five bogeys in the final round slid him down into a tie for 23rd place.

After a slow start in the first two rounds for Cole, he shot three under par in his last two to end the tournament on a positive note.

Bayley played consistently throughout, with his second round 74 (+3) being the only outlier in his final time taking the course for WSU.

The conclusion of the Pac-12 Championships brings an end to the Cougars’ season.

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