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The Cougs Head to California This Thursday for the Visit Stockton Invitational

Oct 20, 2021

STOCKTON, Calif. – The Washington State men's golf team looks to build off a successful tournament at the Oregon State Invitational, as the Cougars head to California this week to play in the Visit Stockton Invitational. The tournament gets underway this Thursday, Oct. 21, at the Stockton Golf and Country Club, and runs through Saturday, Oct. 23.

The Course and Format: The 2021 Visit Stockton Invitational will be played at the Stockton Country Club, which features a 6,543-yard golf course that plays as a par 71. The tournament will be played over a three-day period starting this Thursday, Oct. 21, with one 18-hole round taking place each day. The Cougars won the Visit Stockton Invitational back in 2014.

Tee Times: Washington State opens the first round of the Visit Stockton Invitational at 8:30 a.m. PT this Thursday. Pairing for the second and third rounds will be determined at the conclusion of the previous round.

WSU Lineup: Redshirt senior Max Sekulic will head the WSU lineup in Stockton and sophomore Jaden Cantafio will play the tournament in the No. 2 slot for the Cougars. Sophomore Preston Bebich is slated in the No. 3 slot, while junior Pono Yanagi (No. 4) and freshman Franklin Lydra (No. 5) round out the Washington State lineup.

The Field: 15 teams will venture to California this weekend to play in the Visit Stockton Invitational. Washington State will battle against Dixie State, Sacramento State, Temple, Cal Baptist, UC Riverside, Cal State Northridge, UC Santa Barbara, Pacific, Utah State, St. Mary's, BYU, San Jose State, Fresno State and UC Irvine.

Live Results: Fans can follow all the action at the Visit Stockton Invitational via

Coach Dustin White's Thoughts on the Visit Stockton Invitational: "We want to come out and continue build on how we played at Oregon State. Control what we can. Make committed swings. Compete until we run out of holes. We feel good about where we're at - the next part is stringing it together for three days"

Last Time Out: Washington State sophomore Jaden Cantafio finished his three rounds at the Oregon State Invitational at 1-over 214 to lead the Cougars to a season-best fifth-place finish. The Cougars entered the final round in fifth and never moved Tuesday as they finished the three-day event at 17-over par, 869, after a third-round score of +7, 291. The fifth-place finish is the highest for a Cougar squad since finishing second at The Joust in Riverside, Calif, Feb. 22-23, 2020.

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