Weather Shortens Wolf Pack Classic to Two Rounds, Fall Season Now Complete for Cowboy Golf

Oct. 5, 2010


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The 2010 fall season came to an end one round prematurely for the Wyoming men's golf team, as constant rain forced the final round of the Nevada Wolf Pack Classic in Lake Tahoe, Nev. to be cancelled on Monday.

The field began play with a shotgun start and played roughly eight holes before the rains came and forced play to eventually be cancelled.

Fortunately for the Cowboys, their strong start on Monday will now stand as the final results to the tournament.

Individually, three Cowboys finished in the top 20 of the 80-man field. The team was led by Gabe Maier who tied for 12th place, and Phil Henzlik and Mike May who tied for 18th place.

For Maier, this marks the 22nd time that he has finished in the top 25 of an event. He has also now done so in 14 of UW's last 16 events. That includes all five events of this fall season.

As a team, the Cowboys finished sixth of 15 teams. That matches their highest finish of the fall season.

The Wolf Pack Classic was played at Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course, which measures 7,445 yards and plays to a par of 72.

The Cowboys are scheduled to open the 2011 spring season on Feb. 26-27. That weekend, the Pokes will host the third annual University of Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate at the Classic Club in Palm Desert, Calif. The event had been played during the fall season in the past, but will move to the spring beginning this season.