Cabo College Classic (Coogs finish 11th, Perras ties for 18th)

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Lineup
Michael Perras
Papito Gonzalez
Matt Scobie
Matt Williams
George Gardner
Emmett Oh (Ind.)

Time
Sunday, Feb. 26 • 18 holes
10 a.m. (CST) shotgun start

Monday,
Feb. 27 • 18 holes
10 a.m. (CST) shotgun start

Tuesday,
Feb. 28 • 18 holes
9 a.m. (CST) shotgun start

Location
Querencia Golf Club
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
6,928 yards • Par 71

QUERENCIA CABO COLLEGIATE TEAM FIELD
The Cougars will face one of the nation’s elite fields when they tee off Sunday morning. The tournament features six of the nations’ top 20 programs and 11 of the top 50.

The field includes No. 1 Vanderbilt, No. 5 Georgia, No. 10 Oklahoma State, No. 11 Baylor, No. 18 Wake Forest, No. 19 Texas, No. 21 Duke, No. 26 Arkansas, No. 29 Mississippi, No. 30 Florida State, No. 46 Washington, California, Rice and USF.

Not looking to hot.

Yeah; at least Perras and Gonzalez did well today.

Day one recap

HOUSTON LEADERS
t34. Michael Perras 72 72 +1
t34. Matt Williams 72 72 +1
t46. Papito Gonzalez 74 74 +3
t55. Matt Scobie 75 75 +4
t55. George Gardner 75 75 +4
t55. Emmett Oh (Ind.) 75 75 +4

Team
1 #10 Oklahoma State 273 279 552 -16
2 #19 Texas 273 282 555 -13
3 #11 Baylor 281 283 564 -4
4 #46 Washington 282 286 568 E
5 #18 Wake Forest 277 295 572 +4
6 #1 Vanderbilt 294 280 574 +6
7 #21 Duke 293 282 575 +7
t8 Houston 293 287 580 +12
t8 #30 Florida State 288 292 580 +12
t10 #5 Georgia 281 300 581 +13
t10 USF 289 292 581 +13
12 #26 Arkansas 292 291 583 +15
13 #29 Mississippi 288 297 585 +17
14 California 304 288 592 +24
15 Rice 308 295 603 +35

HOUSTON LEADERS
t7. Michael Perras 72 66 138 -4
t22. Papito Gonzalez 74 68 142 E
t42. Emmett Oh (Ind.) 75 72 147 +5
t49. Matt Williams 72 76 148 +6
t65. Matt Scobie 75 77 152 +10
t65. George Gardner 75 77 152 +10

Team

1 #10 Oklahoma State 273 279 271 823 -29
2 #11 Baylor 281 283 269 833 -19
t3 #46 Washington 282 286 277 845 -7
t3 #18 Wake Forest 277 295 273 845 -7
5 #19 Texas 273 282 291 846 -6
6 #1 Vanderbilt 294 280 279 853 +1
7 USF 289 292 276 857 +5
8 #21 Duke 293 282 284 859 +7
9 #26 Arkansas 292 291 279 862 +10
10 #30 Florida State 288 292 286 866 +14
11 Houston 293 287 288 868 +16
12 #29 Mississippi 288 297 285 870 +18
13 #5 Georgia 281 300 291 872 +20
14 California 304 288 290 882 +30
15 Rice 308 295 285 888 +36

HOUSTON LEADERS

t18. Michael Perras 72 66 73 211 -2
t33. Papito Gonzalez 74 68 74 216 +3
t42. Matt Williams 72 76 70 218 +5
t56. Emmet Oh (Ind.) 75 72 75 222 +9
t59. Matt Scobie 75 77 71 223 +10
75. George Gardner 75 77 82 234 +21

We are trending the wrong way…

Yep…not a great week for the Coog men or women

What are the issues with the golf teams? I know in the womens, a few of our best players graduated but I expected the mens golf team to improve.

Actually, we only lost one from the women’s team (Bremer) and she was maybe the 5th best on the team. May just be a bit of early season rustiness from them, although, Harm seems to be doing fine. May just need to play into shape.

The men lost Martino and Hamilton who were big parts of the team. Still, they’re doing about the same they did last year so far: 3rd compared to 2nd at the All-American and 11th compared to 10th in Cabo. Just hoping to see some improvement over last year.

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Excellent thank you, pray10. Hopefully we will continue to see improvement in both teams. I think the mens team has a shot at the championship again, womens may be a bit of a reach but still plenty of time to improve.

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