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Cougars Face Make or Break Round Saturday in Regional Qualifying

The BYU golf team faces its most important round of the season Saturday in the third and final round of the NCAA Regional Qualifyings being held at the Auburn University golf course.
The Cougars stand tied for fifth place and the top five teams advance to the NCAA Championships next week at Prairie Dunes.
The Cougars and Texas are tied for fifth with scores of 593. Virginia Tech is just one shot ahead of them at 592 and UNCG is one shot back at 594. Also very much in the stress segment are Virginia Tech at 592, Colorado at 595, and New Nexico at 597.
Justin Keiley has led the Cougars with scores of 73-72-145. Jordan Rodgers had a strong 71 the second round. Cole Ogden and Joe Parkinson had counting scores the first day of 74, 75 respectively.
The Cougars need someone to break through with a strong final round.
Team Standings
571- Alabama
586- Auburn
588- Kennesaw State
592- Virginia Tech
593- BYU, Texas
594- UNCG
595- Colorado
597- New Mexico
602- Louisville
603- Sam Houston State
604- UC Davis
614- Alabama State
615- St. John’s
BYU Scores
145- Justin Keiley, 73-72
148- Jordan Rodgers, 77-71
151- Jordan Hammer, 77-74
152- Joe Parkinson, 75-77
156- Cole Ogden, 74-82