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Cougs Conclude the Spring at the Pac-12 Men's Golf Championship

Apr 28, 2021

SANTA ROSA, Calif. – The 2021 Pac-12 Men's Golf Championship came to an end for the Washington State men's golf team on Wednesday, April 28, as the Cougars concluded the three-day, four-round tournament in 11th place.

Fifth-year senior Nicklaus Chiam led the way for WSU in his final tournament with the Cougs. The Singapore native carded four-over par; 76 in the fourth round on Wednesday. Chiam concluded the Pac-12 Championship in a tie for 25th on the player leaderboard, as he finished the tournament at two-under par; 286.

As a team, Washington State concluded the Pac-12 Men's Golf Championship with a score of 1,465 (+25). The Cougars wrapped-up their three-day stay at the Mayacama Golf Club by carding eight-over par; 368 in the fourth round.

"Aside from round one, we played fairly steady this week," said head coach Dustin White. "Just didn't really get anything going or take it deep. Our guys fought hard and we're proud of the way they competed. We learned a lot this spring and will be better for it next spring. We were able to play a full schedule this spring and the guys made a lot of sacrifices to make it happen. The long-term goal now is to be better in September and put ourselves in a position to have a chance to win in the fall."

Graduate transfer Eric Hagen finished the tournament in a tie for 40th on the player leaderboard after carding three-over par; 291. Hagen rounded out his three-days at the Pac-12 Championship by shooting two-over par; 74 in the fourth round. Redshirt junior Max Sekulic shot an even-par; 72 in his final round at the Mayacama Golf Club, as he finished the tournament in 52nd with a score of 296 (+8).

Arizona claimed the 2021 Pac-12 Men's Golf Championship, as the Wildcats finished the tournament one-under par; 1,399. It was a clean sweep for Arizona at the Mayacama Golf Club, as UA's Brad Reeves took home the individual title after winning a two-hole playoff against Stanford's Henry Shimp. Both golfers ended the tournament at 16-under par; 272 to force the playoff.

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Place  Golfer 1st Rd 2nd Rd 3rd Rd 4th Rd Total
T-25th  Nicklaus Chiam 71 (-1) 71 (-1) 68 (-4) 76 (+4) 286 (-2)
T-40th  Eric Hagen 76 (+4) 70 (-2) 71 (-1) 74 (+2) 291 (+3)
52nd  Max Sekulic 75 (+3) 74 (+2) 75 (+3) 72 (E) 296 (+8)
T-58th  Jaden Cantafio 80 (+8) 71 (-1) 76 (+4) 73 (+1) 300 (+12)
T-60th  Yuya Eguchi 74 (+2) 76 (+4) 78 (+6) 73 (+1) 301 (+13)
T-67th  Preston Bebich 78 (+6) 80 (+8) 71 (-1) 78 (+6) 307 (+19)
Team Score  11th Place 374 (+14) 362 (+2) 361 (+1) 368 (+8) 1465 (+25)