CHANDLER, Ariz. — Alex Herzog shot a one-under-par total of 215, leading the Weber State men's golf team in a 15th place team finish at the Wyoming Cowboy Classic, which concluded on Tuesday at Whirlwind Golf Club.
Herzog opened the tournament on Monday with seven birdies en route to a four-under-par 68. He continued his hot play early in the second round with three birdies over his first five holes, but cooled off to finish the round with a score of 75. On Tuesday, Herzog posted an even-par 72 with three birdies against three bogeys, eventually finishing in a tie for 17th overall.
UC Santa Barbara ran away with the team title, shooting 16-under-par total on Tuesday for a 21-under-par score of 843 over three rounds. The Gauchos finished 11 shots ahead of second-place Kansas.
Zach Smith shot a final round 67 to lead UCSB and earned individual medalist honors in the process with a three-round total of 206. Sacramento State's Aaron Beverly finished one shot back at 207, while UCSB's Brandon Bauman shot the round of the tournament on Tuesday with a 66 to finish third.
Kyler Dearden shot rounds of 72, 76 and 74 for a six-over-par total of 222 to finish in a tie for 51st place. Lee Shepherd shot 228 to tie for 79th place, while Boston Watts tied for 90th at 232 and Sean Badger finished 95th at 235.