April 9, 2013
COLUMBIA, Mo. - The Washington State men's golf team had four athletes place in the top 20 of the C.O.G. Mizzou Intercollegiate, which concluded Tuesday at The Club at Old Hawthorne. The Cougars finished third overall (+8), just one stroke behind Austin Peay (second, +7).
Hank Frame led the way for the Cougars by finishing tied for fifth place. He carded scores of 69, 72, and 73 in the three respective rounds, finishing 2-under and just three strokes back from tournament champion Dustin Korte of Austin Peay (5-under).
Sang Lee, Blake Snyder joined Frame in the top 20. Lee finished 2-over and tied for 11th, Anderson took 14th outright at 3-over, and Snyder was close behind at 5-over and tied for 16th.
"Conditions were tough today, it was really windy," Cougar Head Coach Garrett Clegg said. "Our guys played pretty solid overall. The toughest part when you get beat by a team by one stroke is that everyone can find that one stroke that got away. But our guys did the best with what they had and played really well."
Missouri won the tournament title and was the only team to finish under par (12-under).
The Cougar men will travel next to Iowa City, Iowa to compete in the the Hawkeye-Great River Entertainment Invitational. The tournament will be hosted April 13-14 by Iowa.