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UA men’s golf tumbles

Citizen Staff Report

The University of Arizona men’s golf team fell six places in the final round to finish ninth at the Southern Highlands Collegiate Championship in Las Vegas, Nev., on Monday.

The Wildcats finished at 28-over-par 316 for three rounds. Tyler Neal’s 5-over 221 (tied for 19th place) led UA. He was followed by Brad Nicholson (T39, 225), Rich Saferian (T39, 225), Jonathan Khan (T45, 226) and Tarquin MacManus (T47, 227).

Wildcat Philip Bagdade (T75, 238) competed as an individual.

UNLV shot 6-over 282 for the team title.

Arizona next hosts the annual National Invitation Tournament on March 22-23.

Citizen Staff Report

UA’s Goldman honored

University of Arizona sophomore Jay Goldman has been named the Pac-10 men’s tennis player of the week.

Goldman dominated his No. 1 singles matches last week, winning both in straight sets. He is now 7-3 in singles play for the year and has teamed with three different UA players for an overall 6-3 doubles mark.

He is the third Wildcat to receive the award, following Andres Arango (Feb. 9) and Andres Carrasco (Feb. 23).

Arizona, on a 12-match winning streak, is 14-1 for the year and will next host Northwestern on March 25.

Citizen Staff Report

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