Men's Golf Finishes Fourth At Wyoming Cowboy Classic
Texas Tech finished fourth at the Wyoming Cowboy Classic.
April 10, 2012
Texas Tech shaved four strokes off its second round score and was able to move up two spots to grab a fourth place finish at the 2012 Wyoming Cowboy Classic Talking Stick-North Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz.
The Red Raiders concluded the three-round, two day event with a team score of 7-under, 833. Kansas State won the tournament at 14-under, 826 while Colorado finished second at 12-under, 828. San Diego, which shared the lead with Kansas State after two rounds, finished third at 11-under, 829.
"Obviously, we didn't play like we are capable," said Texas Tech Head Coach Greg Sands. "I thought we had a great chance to go out and win a golf tournament and we just made to many sloppy mistakes that cost us. I am not happy with the way we played and neither are the guys so we have some work to do in order to get ready for the Big 12 Championships. I hope this will serve as a motivational tool so that we have the appropriate focus from this point forward."
Freshman Clement Sordet enjoyed his best outing in over a month as he secured an eighth place finish at 5-under, 205. Sordet shot a 66 in the first round and responded with back-to-back rounds of 69 to lead the Red Raiders.
Texas Tech has one final tune-up on the schedule before the Big 12 Championships as the Red Raiders head to College Station for the Aggie Invitational April 21-22 at the Traditions Club in College Station.