Men’s golf ends No. 13 at Duck Invitational

WSU competed at the Duck Invitational on Monday. The Cougars will finish the two day meet today.

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WSU competed at the Duck Invitational on Monday. The Cougars will finish the two day meet today.

RYAN NGO, Evergreen reporter

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The WSU men’s golf sits in 13th place following the first round of the Oregon Duck Invitational in Creswell, Oregon.

The team scored a collective 303 in both the first and second rounds of the invitational. The Cougars finished the day with a team score of 606, led by junior Nicklaus Chiam 72 (E) who tied for 36th place.

Chiam shot 33 (-3) in the first round and 39 (+3) in the second.

Junior Daniel Kolar and senior AJ Armstrong shot for 78 (+6) and 76 (+4) respectively, while both tied for 44th place. Kolar scored 36 (E) in the first and 42 (+6) in the second round while Armstrong shot 38 (+2) in both the first and second rounds.

Junior Chiam shot 77 (+5) which tied for 76th place and senior Grant Cole shot 81 (+9), which tied for 86th place. Scott Redelsperger shot 37 (+1) in the first and 40 (+4) in the second round while Cole shot 39 (+3) in the first and 42 (+6) in the second.

Oregon State University and the University of Oregon currently lead the Duck Invitational with a score of 577.

The WSU men’s golf team will continue the second day of the Duck invite today at the Emerald Valley Golf Course.