* University of Wyoming press release

LARAMIE -- The Cowboy golf team will head to the Pacific Northwest for the Mountain West Championships Friday through Sunday at Emerald Valley Golf Club in Eugene, Ore.

It marks the first time since 2006 that the championships will be held in Oregon. The event was held in the Pacific Northwest in 2022, being held in Washington.

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The Cowboys feature a deep roster this season with Kristof Panke leading the team with a 72.4 stroke average on the season. Jimmy Dales is second on the team this season with a 72.5 stroke average. He is coming off a career-best fourth place finish in Missouri.

Patrick Azevedo is averaging 72.8 strokes per round this season with Jaren Calkins right behind him at 72.9. Davis Seybert is fifth on the team at 74.6, as the junior college transfer will play in the Mountain West Championships for the first time.

The Cowboys have shot 20 rounds of 70 or under this season. The Pokes have played in seven events this spring with a fourth-place finish at the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate being the best of the spring.


Teams in the Field (National Ranking)

Wyoming (130), Air Force (150), Boise State (183), Colorado State (63), Fresno State (50), New Mexico (19), Nevada (106), San Diego State (32), San Jose State (57), UNLV (51) and Utah State (156)


Course Information

Emerald Valley Golf and Resort – Creswell, Ore.

7,210 Yards – Par 72


Watch Event Live

The Mountain West has partnered with GKLive.TV to broadcast both the MW Women’s Golf Championship and the MW Men’s Golf Championship live on GolfKast in 2024. GKLive will live stream each day of the women’s and men’s tournaments, from tee-off of the first group through completion of the final group.

A Golfstat link will also be provided to follow the live scoring. All cameras are on-demand, so you’re in control. Enjoy watching your favorite Mountain West golfer and catch highlights and interviews from each day. You must sign up for a free account on the home page to watch the event.

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