HENDERSON, Nev. (May 4, 2011) -- New Mexico State won its fourth consecutive title at the Club Glove WAC Men's Golf Championship at Rio Secco Golf Club in Henderson, Nev. The Aggies carded a three round total of 875 to win by 13 strokes over San Jose State. It is the Aggies' fifth WAC title in their six years in the conference.
San Jose State senior Mark Hubbard won the individual title after parring the third sudden death playoff hole to defeat Idaho's Damian Teles. Hubbard shot a 3-under par 69 in the final round to card a 4-under 212 for the three rounds. Fresno State's Bryan Hogan was third at 2-under par (214).
In the rest of the team competition, San Jose State was second (888) and Fresno State was third (889). Idaho and Louisiana Tech tied for fourth (901) followed by Nevada in sixth (913). Boise State and Hawaii tied for seventh (921) and Utah State was ninth (950).
Also announced today were the all-WAC teams and top awards. New Mexico State's Tim Madigan was voted the WAC's Player of the Year for the second straight season by the nine head coaches. Freshman of the year honors went to Louisiana Tech's Jack Lempke and Coach of the Year honors went to Scott Lieberwirth of New Mexico State.
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