khaner | Posted: 27 Sep 2014 | Updated: 8 Nov 2020

Three finish top 20, team 7th at Tucker Intercollegiate

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Day 1 recap

ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico – Three top-20 finishes led the BYU men’s golf team to a seventh-place finish at the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate on Saturday.

“The guys hung in there. Seventh with this caliber of teams is good,” BYU head coach Bruce Brockbank said. “The three guys that have some college experience, they shot reasonable scores. It was also a good test for our new guys.”

The host school New Mexico won the tournament by shooting 14-under-par as a team. BYU fell a spot to seventh place in the third and final round. The Cougars shot 29-over-par.

Junior Joe Parkinson moved up a few spots in the third round to 14th place. Senior Cole Ogden improved as well, moving up 10 places to also finish tied for 14th place. They both shot four-over-par.

“The conditions were very tough today, tougher than yesterday,” Parkinson said. “But we hung in there. It was a grind, but I felt pretty good about it.”

The third top-20 finish for BYU came from senior Jordan Rodgers. He tied for 17th place and shot five-over-par.

Junior Tommy Higham finished in a tie for 69th place and shot 17-over-par. Both senior Mike Jurca and freshman Austin Banz shot 23-over-par, finishing in a tie for 85th place.

The Cougars are off for a few weeks until Oct. 13-14 when they play at the Mackenzie Invitational in Fairfax, California. 

 

William H. Tucker Intercollegiate - Sept. 27, 2014

Place Player Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
T14 Joe Parkinson 75 70 75 +4
T14 Cole Ogden 73 74 73 +4
T17 Jordan Rodgers 74 73 74 +5
T67 Tommy Higham 75 77 81 +17
T85 Mike Jurca 79 76 84 +23
T85 Austin Banz 79 79 81 +23

 

Place Team Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total
1 New Mexico 277 277 295 849
2 Texas Tech 280 289 293 864
3 San Diego State 283 288 304 873
T4 TCU 300 294 286 880
T4 New Mexico State 295 286 299 880
6 UNLV 295 291 300 886
7 Brigham Young 297 294 303 894
8 Colorado 293 300 302 895
9 Colorado State 296 295 307 898
10 Wyoming 296 302 304 902
11 Arizona 296 302 307 905
12 Texas El Paso 299 304 305 908
13 UT Arlington 302 297 312 911
14 Minnesota 301 309 307 917
15 Louisiana 307 308 310 925

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