Men's Golf Heads East for Georgetown Intercollegiate

Oct. 16, 2009

What's Happening This Week: The Washington State University men's golf team will travel to Bealsville, Md., to take part in the Georgetown Intercollegiate held at the par-71, 7,102-yard Members Club at Four Streams...tee times will begin Monday morning at 8 a.m. and play 36 holes, with the final 18 holes starting on Tuesday.

The Field: The 12-team field will pit WSU against host school Georgetown, as well as Campbell, DePaul, Detroit-Mercy, St. John's, James Madison, Miami (Ohio), Richmond, St. Joseph's, UNC-Greensboro and William & Mary.

Traveling For The Cougars: This week's WSU lineup will include seniors Kevin Tucker and Austin Hurt, junior Nick Ellis, sophomore Trent Sanders and freshman Hank Frame.

Last Time Out: The men's team is coming off an 11th-place finish at the Alister MacKenzie Invitational...heavy rain stifled a possible Cougar comeback on the final day as the tournament was called off after 36 holes...Frame led the team, posting a 141 (-1) and finished in a tie for 26th...Ellis and Tucker were a stroke behind at 142 (E).
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