Cougs Have Two Golfers Post a Top-30 Finish at the Pac-12 Championships
SAMMAMISH, Wash. – The Washington State men's golf team had two golfers post a top-30 finish at the 2022 Pac-12 Men's Golf Championships, as redshirt senior Max Sekulic finished the three-day, four-round tournament in 21st on the player leaderboard, while sophomore Jaden Cantafio tied for 28th.
Washington State concluded the 2022 Pac-12 Men's Golf Championships with a four-round score of 58-over 1478 to finish the tournament in 12th place. The Cougars posted round scores of 363-382-363-370.
Sekulic capped off the 2022 Pac-12 Championships by carding a team-best 4-over 288 through four rounds of play at the Aldarra Golf Club. The redshirt senior closed out the tournament by shooting 1-over 72 in Wednesday's fourth round. The Rycroft, Alberta native collected a team-best five birdies in the fourth round and ended the Pac-12 Championships with 16 birdies, which tied for the seventh-most at the tournament.
Cantafio wrapped up the Pac-12 Men's Golf Championships by carding 8-over 292 over his three days of play to finish in a tie for 28th. The sophomore from Tustin, California ended the Pac-12 Championships by shooting 4-over 75 in Wednesday's final round.
"We played some really solid golf over the course of the season and to have it come to an end like this stings. The guys gave it their all and we can't ask for any more than that. We accomplished some neat things this year, but we still have some growing to do. This will serve as another learning experience to help make us better. I'm proud of the direction we're headed, and all of our guys played a role in that."
Host Washington won the 2022 Pac-12 Men's Golf Championships by three strokes over Stanford, as the Huskies carded 2-over 1422. UW's Noah Wooley captured the tournament's individual title, as he finished the Pac-12 Championships at 8-under 276.
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