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  • Golf places 15th at BYU tournament

        Aggie Senior Tyson McFarland placed tied for 11th overall at the BYU-hosted PING Cougar Classic on Friday and Saturday. McFarland led the USU men's golf team to a tie for 15th place.     Colorado State University won the tournament with a combined score of 17-under 847 (288-284-275) and BYU's Zac Blair beat the field with an 11-under 205 (71-69-65) to earn the individual championship.

  • Golf fares well on the road

        Utah State's golf team got back in action this week, playing in the Wyoming Cowboy Classic in Scottsdale, Arizona. The Aggies finished 17th in the 20-team tournament, with a score of 33-over 873. USU was led again by junior Chanse Godderidge, who shot a 5-under 65 on Tuesday to give him a total score of 5-over 215, and a tie for 30th place.

  • Golf takes seventh at Cal Poly

        After more than a month since their last tournament, the Utah State golf team finally got back on the green last weekend, playing in the Cal Poly Intercollegiate at the Cyprus Ridge Golf Course in Arroyo Grande, Calif. The Aggies finished the tournament tied for seventh place, and were led by junior Chanse Godderidge, who came in tied for 10th, with a total score of 5-over 149.

  • Aggie golfers take sixth

        Sophomore Benjamin Schilleman led the Aggies to sixth place at the Pat Hicks Thunderbird Golf Invitational yesterday, finishing at one under par.     Schilleman was tied for first after the first round of the two-day tournament at five under par.

  • McFarland doesn’t plan on cooling off as Aggie golf takes winter hiatus

    Tyson McFarland and the USU golf team have unfinished business.     After ending the autumn portion of the season with a sixth-place tie and a score of one under par (143) at the Bill Cullum invitational hosted by Cal State, McFarland said he wants to win some tournaments this spring.