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Utah Golf Concludes Play at Pac-12 Championships

Benjamin Bankhead shot 2-under during the final round at the Pac-12 Championships

Benjamin Bankhead shot 2-under during the final round at the Pac-12 Championships

April 27, 2014

MARANA, Ariz. - Utah golf wrapped up play at the Pac-12 Championships today as Benjamin Bankhead notched the best round of the three-day event for the Utes.

Casey Halliday matched his score from Friday with a 77 to bookend the tournament with his two lowest rounds.

Jonathon Thomas and Brent Pollock each finished in the 80's during the final round but placed third and fourth respectively for the Utes. Jack Maerki had three birdies and finished one stroke off his best round of the tournament with a 7-over 79. Daniel Engle had four birdies, three over the back nine and finished with his best round of the tournament (78,+6).

Stanford's Patrick Rodgers, the No. 1-ranked player in the nation, won the individual title by two strokes over Washington's Cheng-Tsung Pan, who was ranked No. 37. Cameron Wilson of the Cardinal, the second-ranked player in the nation finished third while Washington State's Blake Snyder, Cal's Joel Stalter (No. 13) and USC's Eric Sugimoto finished in a three-way tie for fourth.

No. 3 Stanford also claimed the team title by 15 strokes over No. 10 Washington. The Huskies leapfrogged No. 4 Cal, who finished third ahead of Colorado and No. 20 USC.


 

 

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