May 20, 2010
By Danielle Marshall
Athletic Media Relations
BREMERTON, Wash. – Colorado State got off to a great start Thursday in the NCAA West Regional, finishing the day with a first-round team score of 291. The team is currently five strokes back from host school Washington, tied for second place with Oregon State.
Head Coach Jamie Bermel was impressed with Morris’ play. “He played good today. He had a bad break on 17 and ended up getting a double, but other than that he played a great round of golf.”
“Overall solid start, tough conditions today,” said Bermel. “Dustin, Bryce and Zahkai played really well, but we didn’t really get a fourth score. We’ll need four scores tomorrow and Saturday if we want to advance.”
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