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Washington Finishes Tied For Fourth At Pac-12 Championships

Washington Finishes Tied For Fourth At Pac-12 Championships

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CAREFREE, Ariz. – Shooting a 15-over par 370 on Sunday, No. 10 Washington Men’s Golf finished the Pac-12 Championships tied for fourth, 48 shots over par overall, at Desert Forest Golf Club.
Host Arizona State claimed the team, while Stanford’s Karl Vilips was the individual champion.
Petr Hruby was UW’s top-finisher, tying for eighth with a final round 71. After sinking an eagle on the ninth hole, Hruby posted two birdies with one bogey to get to even for the round. For the weekend, Hruby finished five-over.
Teddy Lin shot three-over for the day, ending the tournament in 12th at nine-over par. Taehoon Song’s four-over fourth found put him at +13, tying for 22nd.
Bo Peng matched Lin’s final round 74, finishing one shot back of Song in a tie for 29th at 14-over. Finn Koelle posted a 77 on Sunday, ending his weekend at 15-over to tie for 34th, while Drew Warford rounded things out for UW at 19-over, firing a five-over 76 in the final round.

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