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Men's Golf Concludes the Regular Season this Weekend at the El Macero Classic

Apr 9, 2021

DAVIS, Calif. – The Washington State men's golf team will have its final tune-up for the postseason this weekend at the El Macero Classic, hosted by UC Davis. The Cougar's final regular season tournament of the 2021 spring season tees off this Saturday, April 10, in El Macero Country Club in Davis, California and concludes this Monday, April 12.

COURSE & SCHEDULE – The El Macero Country Club features a 7,138-yard course that will be played as a par-72. The tournament will play one 18-hole round per day beginning Saturday and running through Monday. Each day will tee-off at 8 a.m. PT.

THE LINEUP – Junior Max Sekulic will tee-off from the No. 1 position in the WSU lineup at the El Macero Classic, while graduate transfer Eric Hagen will be slotted in at No. 2. Fifth year senior Nicklaus Chiam will play at the No. 3 slot, while freshmen Jaden Cantafio and Nate Plaster round out the Cougar lineup at No. 4 and No. 5, respectively. Freshman Preston Bebich will also be making his WSU debut this weekend at the El Macero Classic, as he will be participating as an individual.

THE FIELD – San Francisco, UC Davis, Cal Poly, Fresno State, Cal State Fullerton, Idaho, Long Beach State, Loyola Marymount, Nevada, Pacific, Saint Mary's Sacramento State, Santa Clara, and UT Rio Grande Valley.

HEAD COACH DUSTIN WHITE ON THE EL MACERO: "We are feeling good about where we're at heading into the tournament. Like we've done all semester, we take it one day at-a-time and one round at-a-time. We just work to do it a little better each time out and hold onto the thought of all that adding up as we build into the Pac-12 Championship. We'll focus on the challenge this week and give it all we have for the next 54 holes."

LIVE STATS - Fans can follow all the action at the El Macero Classic on GolfStat.com.

THE LAST TIME OUT - The Washington State men's golf team concluded The Goodwin at the Stanford Golf Course in a tie for 13th on the team leaderboard, as the Cougars finished the tournament shooting 864 (+24).

WSU finished its stay at The Goodwin by carding six-over-par; 286 in the tournament's third round on Saturday, March 27. The Cougars' third-round performance helped them move up two spots on the team leaderboard, as WSU ended the 28-team tournament in a tie with Southern Cal for 13th.

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