BRYAN, Texas – Oklahoma State’s men’s golf team finished fourth in the rain-shortened Aggie Invitational. Sunday’s final round was wiped out by heavy rains. The Cowboys finished 36 holes Saturday at 580 to stand alone in fourth place at Traditions Golf Club.
The Cowboys opened with a 299 score, putting them in eighth place before rising four spots with their 7-under 281 during the afternoon round. LSU finished the day with an 11-under 565 score to win the tournament by a shot at the par-72, 7,146-yard layout.
Michigan’s Kyle Mueller carded consecutive 69s to stand at 6-under 138 and one stroke ahead of a quartet of players, including OSU’s Zachary Olsen.
Olsen opened with a 70 before posing a 69 during his second round to rise five spots into the runner-up slot.
Freshman Viktor Hovland followed an opening 73 with a 69 of his own to stand at 142 and tied for eighth place, while junior Kristoffer Ventura rallied after an opening 79 with a 70 to climb 25 spots into a tie for 31st place at 149.
Sophomore Hayden Wood finished the day tied for 43rd place at 150 after posting scores of 77 and 73. Classmate Zach Bauchou carded rounds of 79 and 74 to come in with a 153 total and alone in 55th place.
Competing individually, junior Brendon Jelley signed for scores of 73 and 76 to finish the day tied for 31st place at 149.
Live scoring for both events is available at golfstat.com.