April 28, 1999
SEATTLE, Wash. - Washington State University men's golfer Brian Flugstad was the Cougars' top finisher at the 1999 Men's Golf Pacific-10 Championships, hosted by the University of Washington at the Par 70 Broadmoor Golf Club.
Flugstad, a redshirt freshman from Bothell, Wash., tied for 27th by shooting a 13-over par 293 for the four-round event. He shot an even-par 70 on Wednesday, one stroke off his career-best round of 69.
As a team, the Cougars finished 10th in the 10-team field with a plus-101 composite, 98 strokes behind Pac-10 champion Arizona State. The Sun Devils won their fifth consecutive conference title by finishing three shots over par and 21 strokes ahead of second-place UCLA.
Arizona State's Paul Casey overcame an eight stroke deficit to defeat Stanford's Joel Kribel for the individual title. Casey tallied a tournament-low 60 in Wednesday's final round to finish minus-15 for the tournament. Third round leader Kribel could not hold off Casey's charge as he managed to shoot even par Wednesday. Kribel finished the tournament minus-13.
27t. Brian Flugstad 75-71-77-70 - 293. 45t. Jon Reehoorn 74-74-76-76 - 300. 53. Jeremy Champoux 78-76-77-73 - 304. 54t. Matt Hartley 78-75-78-74 - 305 57t. Eric Toomey 80-74-77-75 - 306 60. Jeff Gustafson 76-81-75-77 - 309WSU ROSTER: Brian Flugstad, Bothell, Wash.; Jeremy Champoux, Yakima, Wash.; Jeff Gustafson, Battleground, Wash.; Matt Hartley, Longview, Wash.; Jon Reehoorn, Burlington, Wash.; Eric Toomey, Snohomish, Wash.