Cougs remain in last heading into final day of Pac-12s

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Cougs remain in last heading into final day of Pac-12s

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.

SIGMUND SEROKA, Evergreen reporter

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WSU men’s golf wrapped up the third round of the Pac-12 Championships in Eugene, Oregon on Tuesday and remain in 12th place. After two days, the Cougars have a total of 1141 (+76).

The Cougars are 28 strokes behind 11th place Oregon State. No. 12 California climbed from third place to first while No. 17 Stanford dropped two places to third. California leads the field with a score of 1050 (-15).

Juniors Daniel Kolar and Scott Redelsperger both sit in a tie for 45th place with a score of 221 (+8).

Close behind is another junior, Nicklaus Chiam, who has a total of 226 (+13) to earn a tie for 59th place.

The remaining Cougars sit in the last three spots on the leaderboard.

Senior Grant Cole is in 70th place with a 239 (+26) and sophomore Ryan Maine holds 71st with a total of 240 (+27).

In dead last is senior AJ Armstrong carding a total of 244 (+31). Cal’s Colin Morikawa sits in sole first with a 202 (-11).

Wednesday will be the final day of competition for the Pac-12 Championships beginning at 8 a.m.