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Men's Golf - Archives 2006-07

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Jordan Mason in Top 10 After Day One in Husky Invite
Men's Golf 09/25/2006

At the end of two rounds in the Opus NW Husky Invitational the Washington State Cougars sit in seventh place. Junior Jordan Mason had a nice day finishing in a tie for tenth place to lead the cougars

Men's Golf Travels Westward In First Attempt To Top The Huskies
Men's Golf 09/22/2006

What's Happening This Week: The Washington State men's golf team travels to Auburn, Wash. this week to compete in the Opus NW Husky Invitational held at the par-72, 7,050 yard Washington National Golf

Cougars Are No. 1 After Opening Round at Mean Green Classic
Men's Golf 09/12/2006

Rain and lighting cut short the first day of the Cobb/Ferrell Mean Green Classic, but the Washington State men's golf team is in contention after one round of play from Lantana Country Club. All five

Men's Golf Finishes Third in First Tournament of The Season
Men's Golf 09/12/2006

Following a day of rain and lighting, clear skies greeted the members of the WSU men's golf team as they began the final rounds of the Cobb/Ferrell Mean Green Classic. The Cougars finished up their s

Cougars Are Number One After Opening Round at Mean Green Classic
Men's Golf 09/12/2006

Rain and lighting cut short the first day of the Cobb/Ferrell Mean Green Classic, but the Washington State men's golf team is in contention after one round of play from Lantana Country Club. All five

Men's Golf Heads to Mean Green Classic
Men's Golf 09/08/2006

What's Happening This Week: The Washington State men's golf team travels to Texas this week to compete in the Mean Green Classic held at the par-72, 7,147 yard Lantana Country Club in Lantana, Texas..

Chris Collins Defends Title at South Dakota Match Play Championship
Men's Golf 07/12/2006

BROOKINGS, S.D. - While some spend their summer vacation relaxing, Washington State golfer Chris Collins is spending his making history. Collins became the first player in 25 years to defend the titl