Anonymous | Posted: 7 May 2011 | Updated: 8 Nov 2020

Cougars Take Sixth at MWC Tournament

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Day 1 Recap

Day 2 Recap

TUCSON, Ariz. -- Despite a strong start in rounds one and two, the BYU men's golf team finished the final round of the Mountain West Conference Championships in sixth place Saturday.

"We had a good chance to do very well coming into today," said BYU head coach Bruce Brockbank. "Our expectations were high, but we had a sloppy start and weren't able to make a lot of putts."

Sophomore Zac Blair was BYU's top finisher, carding a 1-over 214 tournament total to tie for 13th place overall, his second-consecutive top-25 finish at the MWC tournament.

Cole Ogden and Esteban Calisto finished the tournament as part of a three-way tie for 22nd place. Ogden shot an even-par 71 in round three while Calisto shot a 2-over 73 to give both Cougars a 4-over 217 tournament total.

Cameron Edens was not far behind, finishing tied for 24th overall after a third-round 75 (+4) brought his tournament total to 218 (+5).

Rounding out the Cougar lineup was Adam Tebbs, who carded a final-round 81 (+10) to finish in 39th place overall.

The Field - 2011 MWC Championships

 

1. San Diego State

2. TCU

3. UNLV

4. Colorado State

5. New Mexico

6. BYU

7. Utah

8. Air Force

9. Wyoming

6 Brigham Young University +8 283 285 292 860

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T13 Zac Blair +1 69 72 73 214

T22 Esteban Calisto +4 72 72 73 217

T22 Cole Ogden +4 77 69 71 217

T24 Cameron Edens +5 71 72 75 218

39 Adam Tebbs +15 71 76 81 228

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