VICTOR, Idaho -- The Weber State men's golf team shot a final round 296 for a three-round total of 885 to finish in fifth place in the Battle of the Tetons tournament at Teton Springs Resort.
"Obviously we would have liked to finish higher," said WSU coach Scott Erling. "But we can use this week as an opportunity to see where we are heading into the season, and identify areas that we can work hard to improve upon.
"We saw some good play from our guys at times this week. We now need to focus on being a little better each round, and developing our consistency."
Wyoming defended their 2012 team title, shooting a tournament-best 277 on the day for a total of 857. The Cowboys finished five shots clear of Utah Valley, who shot a final round 285. Southern Utah finished third at 873, while Utah State finished fourth at 880.
Wyoming's Kamrin Allen earned individual medalist honors, shooting rounds of 77, 66, 67 for a six-under-par total of 210.
Brayden Eriksen of Utah Valley shot 212 to finish as the runner-up.
Weber State was led by Jordan Herzog, who finished the tournament with back-to-back 70's after an opening round 74 to shoot even-par 216 to tie for 6th overall.
Michael Johnson shot 222 for the week to finish 21st, and Colton Dallimore shot 224 to finish 24th, joining Herzog in the top-25. Alex Herzog wrapped up his collegiate debut with a 229 to finish 36th, while Luke Crapo shot 241 to finish 47th.
The Wildcats will be back in action next weekend, as they travel to the U.S. Air Force Academy for the Falcon Invitational.