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Husky Shines at Asian Games

09-29-2014

Husky Shines at Asian Games

INCHEON, South Korea -- Husky senior Cheng-Tsung Pan finished off his victory in both the team and individual competitions at the Asian Games to win a pair of gold medals...

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4-In-A-Row for Brandes

09-29-2014

4-In-A-Row for Brandes

Tom Brandes of Bellevue, Wash. was the only player to finish under par at the 28th Washington State Senior Men's Amateur in winning his fourth consecutive title in the championship;...

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Cougs 10th in Season Opener

09-25-2014

Cougs 10th in Season Opener

Led by redshirt-seniors Sang Lee and Charlie Mroz, the Washington State University men's golf team finished in 10th place at the Husky Invitational on the Gold Mountain Golf Club's Olympic...

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Huskies Finish 4th in Bremerton

09-25-2014

Huskies Finish 4th in Bremerton

After three straight wins in the Husky Invitational at Gold Mountain, this year the title belonged to UCLA and Oregon who both beat us by seven shots. San Diego St....

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B.C. Pair Earn Title

09-20-2014

B.C. Pair Earn Title

John Gallacher of Burnaby, B.C. and Gudmund Lindbjerg of Port Moody, B.C. posted a 5-under par 66 to come from behind and win the 32nd Pacific Northwest Men's Senior Team...

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Women's Team Champs Crowned

09-20-2014

Women's Team Champs Crowned

Ginny Burkey of Fircrest, Wash. and Lisa Smego of Olympia, Wash. claimed the 32nd Pacific Northwest Women's Senior Team Championship, held at Sunriver Resort. The duo cruised to a dominating...

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wsu 150aKAHUKU, Hawaii - Washington State senior Hank Frame was tied for ninth place at the conclusion of Friday's final round of the John A. Burns Intercollegiate. Frame carded an overall score of 5-over through the tournament's three rounds. The Cougar men placed seventh in the 16-team field, climbing two spots on the leaderboard in the last round.

Frame had marks of 74, 73, and 74 in the three respective rounds of the tournament in Hawaii. This marks the fifth top-10 finish for the Cougar senior in the six tournaments this year.

"That was another great job by Hank Frame," Cougar Head Coach Garrett Clegg said. "He had another top 10 finish in another great field, and is doing a really good job of being a senior leader on the team."

The WSU men's team shot 14-over par collectively in the final round of 18 holes. That brought their tournament score to 903 (+39). California comfortably maintained its lead and concluded the tournament as the only team under par (-14). New Mexico was runner-up at 13-over. The tournament was championed individually by Joel Stalter of California.

"Overall the tournament was kind of mediocre," Clegg said. "We had a really bad first day, a solid second day and today was not that great overall. We are learning a lot as a team and we are still learning how to compete with the best teams. We have a ways to go, and we know it. Overall it was okay."

Redshirt sophomore Alex Wagner was the next best finisher for the Cougars behind teammate Frame. Wagner tied for 37th place overall with a final tournament score of 12-over - Complete Results

 

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