Cougars Finish Fourth at Desert Shootout
GOODYEAR -- Led by Jordan Rodgers' score of 9-under, BYU finished fourth of 13 teams at the 2010 Desert Shootout on Saturday.
The Cougars shot a combined 5-under to end the shootout four shots behind winners Kansas and Wichita State and one shot behind Eastern Michigan.
Rodgers, a sophomore from Salt Lake City, shot a 68 in the opening round for his best score of the shootout. His final-round 69 was a team best on Saturday.
Senior Robbie Fillmore finished in fifth place, one shot behind Rodgers at 6-under. His 68 for the second round was a team high.
Freshman Zac Blair submitted a 2-under, good for 13th overall.
BYU will take next weekend off before returning to Arizona for the ASU Thunderbird in Phoenix on April 2-3.
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