Cougar Men’s Golf Travels to Colorado
After finishing 11th at the Kikkor Golf Husky Invitational, the Washington State University men’s golf team travels to Erie, Colo., to compete in the Mark Simpson Colorado Invitational hosted by the University of Colorado Sept. 23-24.
Competing teams will play three rounds at the Colorado National Golf Club, located in Erie, Colo…course will play at par-72 and 7,741 yards…club hosted previous U.S. Amateur qualifiers, Colorado PGA Section championships, 2011 NCAA Colorado Men’s Regional, and 2012 NCAA Women’s West Regional…first round will begin with shotgun starts at 8:15 a.m. Monday…final round will play Tuesday in a staggered shotgun format beginning at 8 a.m.
Joining host school Colorado will be Air Force, Campbell, Denver, Gonzaga, Houston Baptist, UMKC, Nebraska, Nevada, Northern Colorado, Oregon State, Texas State, Utah, Washington State, and Wyoming.
REPRESENTING WASHINGTON STATE
Competing for the Cougar men will be junior Michael Anderson, redshirt junior Sang Lee, junior Charlie Mroz, senior Blake Snyder, and sophomore Bhurinat Songpaiboon.
HEAD COACH GARRETT CLEGG SAYS
“This tournament will be a good challenge for our team, especially given the elevation in Erie, Colo. We have two new players, Bhurinat Songpaiboon and Charlie Mroz, in the lineup that I hope will help our consistency. Both have been playing solid golf over the past-three weeks and have earned the chance to compete in our lineup. Sang Lee, Blake Snyder, and Michael Anderson seem to be getting better each week and are excited for the opportunity to compete in another great event.”
Live results will be available during tournament play at golfstat.com…tournament results will be posted at wsucougars.com at the end of each day of competition.