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CSU-Strip-BOGO Deal
 
Menís Golf Finishes Seventh at Bayou City Collegiate
Courtesy: New Mexico State University  
Release:  02/23/2014
Houston, Texas – The New Mexico State men’s golf team finished seventh overall at the 2014 Bayou City Collegiate Championship, at The Golf Club of Houston, Sunday afternoon. The Aggies ended the tournament at 4-over par, 868 (294-289-285). In the final round, the Aggies carded a 3-under par, 285.

“I thought we had a solid tournament,” head coach Mike Dirks said. “We showed that we can play with some of the best teams in the country. I liked the fact that we are making good decision on the course. The difference between good teams and great teams isn’t that much. I think we are a good team now but we are close to becoming a great team.”

The Aggies recorded four rounds of even or under par golf in the final round of play.

Junior Brett Walker ended the three-round tournament at 3-under par, 213, tying for 15th overall. In the final round, Walker was even-par, 72. Junior Pat Beyhan shot his lowest round of the tournament, a 2-under par, 70, placing him in a tie for 36th overall. He was 1-over par, 217 after three rounds of play.

Sophomore Kenneth Fadke II was even-par, 72 in the final round, finishing tied for 38th overall with a three-round score of 2-over par, 218. Senior Willy Hogan was also under par in the final round, shooting a 1-under par, 71. He tied for 46th overall with a three-round score of 4-over par, 220.

Freshman Travis Benson finished 87th overall with a three-round score of 28-over par, 244. In the final round, he was 10-over par, 82.

Houston won the team tournament with a  three-round score of 31-under par, 833, followed by Texas (-23), South Carolina (-13), Arkansas (-9) and Baylor (-8). Houston’s Roman Robledo won the individual title with a score of 12-under par, 204.

The Aggies will be back in action March 10-11 at the Louisiana Classic in Lafayette, La.



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