MARANA, Ariz. – In the third round of action at the Pac-12 Men’s Golf Championship, the Washington State University men’s golf team carded a 376 (+16), the fourth-lowest score of the day, to stay within 10 strokes of ninth-place Oregon State (+53, 1133). After darkness delayed play, Friday, the Cougars concluded the second round early Saturday morning before carding 15 birdies in the third round to finish the day in 11th place.
Senior Blake Snyder led the Cougars, shooting 2-under (70) in the third round at The Gallery Golf Club in Marana, Ariz. With a three-round score of 219 (+3), Snyder is currently tied for eighth. Juniors Michael Anderson and Charlie Mroz each shot 1-over (73) on the day. Anderson sits three strokes back from Snyder at 6-over (222), and is tied for 17th. Mroz (+12, 228) is currently tied for 36th.
“Blake and Michael and Charlie played some fantastic golf today,” WSU Head Coach Garrett Clegg said. “As a team I think we had one of the best scores of the day. If we can get that performance from all of our guys tomorrow, we have the opportunity to finish really well.”
Redshirt junior Alex Wagner carded a 78 (+6) and is currently tied for 52nd. Freshman Nick Mandell (+27, 243) is tied for 64th. Redshirt junior Sang Lee (+35, 251) is in 70th.
Stanford (+3, 1083) currently leads the Championship, with the Cardinal’s Patrick Rodgers (-7, 209) garnering the top spot.
The fourth, and final, round of the Championship will tee off at 7:30 a.m. Sunday. Live scoring will be available at golfstat.com for the tournament's duration. Tournament results and recap will be available at the conclusion of competition at wsucougars.com.