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Purser, Dallimore Lead WSU to 4th Place at Air Force

Courtesy: Weber State  

USAFA, Colo. — Devon Purser and Colton Dallimore each earned top-10 finishes to lead the Weber State men's golf team to a season-opening fourth place finish at the Air Force-hosted Gene Miranda Falcon Invitational, which concluded on Sunday at the Eisenhower Golf Course.

The Wildcats opened the tournament with a score of 284 over the first 18 holes to lead the 16-team field. They then shot 291 in Saturday's afternoon round, and wrapped up the tournament on Sunday with another 291 for a tournament total of 866.

Purser shot back-to-back four-under-par 68's on Saturday to join Colorado's Philip Juel-Berg atop the individual leaderboard after 36 holes of play. Purser shot 73 in the final round to finish alone in second place, while Juel-Berg distanced himself form the field with a final round-best 68 for medalist honors.

Dallimore opened his tournament with a pair of even-par 72's on Saturday before rallying 12 spots up the leaderboard with a three-under-par 69 into a tie for seventh overall to set a new career-best finish.

Colorado State claimed the team title, shooting a three-round total of 849 for a three-shot victory over Colorado. Wyoming finished another 11 shots back in third place at 863, three shots ahead of Weber State.

Luke Crapo shot rounds of 72, 76 and 74 for a six-over-par total of 222 to tie for 42nd overall, while freshman Jaece Stokes shot rounds of 74, 75 and 75 to tie for 52nd at 224. Alex Herzog opened with a 72 and closed with back-to-back 77's to tie for 62nd at 226.