The Wyoming golf team successfully defended their Battle in the Tetons title on Tuesday afternoon at Headwaters Golf Club in Victor, Idaho as the Cowboys fired a tournament-low score of 277 (-11) in the third and final round of the eight team tournament.
Sophomore Kamrin Allen carded a 67 (-5) on Tuesday as he earned the individual championship title as he won his first event as a Cowboy, he finished the tournament at 210 (-6).
"I'm proud of the kids as each player went out and played solid golf today," Wyoming head coach Joe Jensen said. "I loved the balance that we had today as a team and everyone went out and played hard."
The Cowboys won the tournament by shooting an 857 (-7) finishing ahead of Utah Valley as the leader after the first two rounds finished the tournament with an 862 (-2). The win for UW marks the first time since 1998 and 1999 (Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate) that the Cowboys have defended a tournament title.
Southern Utah finished in third-place at 873 (+9) followed by Utah State at 880 (+16) as host Weber State rounded out the top-five at 885 (+21).
Allen , who found himself in fourth-place, two strokes behind the leaders after two rounds fired a 67 (-5), the lowest score of the third round to walk away with the championship. Allen's final two rounds of 66 (-6) and 67 (-5) were the lowest scores of the tournament.