May 1, 2013
LOS ANGELES - With the fourth and final round of the 2013 Pac-12 Championships in the books, the Washington State University men's golf team finished in 11th place at 98-over. Senior Hank Frame and sophomore Michael Anderson each earned places in the field's top 25.
The Washington State men's team was 32-over in Wednesday's final round. The Cougars were just 11 strokes shy of Colorado (87-over), 12 strokes back from both Arizona and Oregon State (13-over), and 18 strokes away from No. 12 USC (80-over). The WSU men beat Utah (113-over) by 15 strokes.
Frame was the best finisher for the Cougars, tying for 21st place. He carded scores of 73, 75, 70, and 73 in each of the four respective rounds to end the tournament at 11-over. Anderson was close behind at 12-over, finishing in a tie for 24th. His first-round mark of 69 was the best round by any Cougar in the tournament.
No. 1 USC continued to dominate the field Wednesday and captured the tournament team title. The Trojans finished 6-over par for the tournament after going even-par in the final round. No. 3 UCLA finished runner-up at 15-over, and No. 4 Washington finished third (32-over).
The end of the Conference Championships marks the end of the regular season for the Cougars. The Palouse Ridge Golf Club at Washington State University will host an NCAA regional tournament May 16-18.