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Cougars shine in spring opener in California

WSU claims fourth in Anteater Invitational

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Cougars shine in spring opener in California

Then-sophomore Daniel Kolar holds his follow through as he watches his ball soar down the fairway.

Then-sophomore Daniel Kolar holds his follow through as he watches his ball soar down the fairway.

COURTESY OF WSU ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Then-sophomore Daniel Kolar holds his follow through as he watches his ball soar down the fairway.

COURTESY OF WSU ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

COURTESY OF WSU ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Then-sophomore Daniel Kolar holds his follow through as he watches his ball soar down the fairway.

KATIE ARCHER, Evergreen reporter

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WSU men’s golf finished fourth in the Anteater Invitational held Monday and Tuesday at Big Canyon Country Club in Newport Beach, California.

The team finished with a three-round score of 880 (+16).

“When you finish fourth and still have some work to do, that’s a good sign,” Head Coach Dustin White said in a WSU news release. “The guys played pretty solid this week. Lots of positives to take away and build on for the spring.”

Cal State Fullerton won the event with a team score of 863 (-1), Grand Canyon took second and Santa Clara finished one stroke ahead of the Cougars to claim third.

Grand Canyon’s Filip Lundell won the individual title shooting a 208 (-8).

Junior Daniel Kolar led the Cougars, finishing in a tie for eighth with a score of 217 (+1)

Senior Grant Cole shot one-under par in the final round to tie for 14th with a three-round score of 221 (+5).

Senior AJ Armstrong tied for 20th with a score of 223 (+7) and junior Nicklaus Chiam finished one stroke behind him in 22nd.

Junior Scott Redelsperger rounded out the Cougars that competed, claiming a tie for 29th by shooting a 229 (+13).

WSU returns to the course Feb. 21-23 to compete in the John Burns Intercollegiate at the Wailua Golf Course in Lihue, Hawaii.

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KATIE ARCHER, Evergreen reporter

Katie Archer is a junior multimedia journalism and public relations major from Corvallis, Ore., she has been to 27 states.

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