MORGANTOWN, WV — The West Virginia University golf team will return to action Monday at Lake Las Vegas Intercollegiate in Henderson, Nevada.

The three-day event will be held at the 7,204-yard, par-72 Reflection Bay Golf Club. Golfers will play 18 holes on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

No. 75 West Virginia will be joined No. 37 UAB, No. 39 Utah, No. 53 Little Rock, No. 61 Oregon State, No. 68 Kentucky, No. 81 St. Mary’s (Calif.), No. 92 Arkansas State , No. 94 Wisconsin, No. 105 Louisiana, No. 123 Michigan, No. 126 High Point, No. 136 Coastal Carolina, No. 165 Georgia State, No. 175 Kansas City and Rocky Mountain College.

WVU’s roster will be made up of fifth-year seniors Marc Goetzcurrently ranked No. 26 in the latest PGA Tour University rankings, senior ranked No. 142 Kurtis GrantNo. 153 fifth-year senior ranking Logan Perkinsjunior Trent Tipton and second Jackson Davenport. First-year student Max Green will compete individually.

“We’re looking forward to the Lake Las Vegas Intercollegiate at Reflection Bay,” the coach said. Sean Covich noted. “It will be an opportunity for our guys to bounce back from a disappointing end in Florida. I’m interested to see how the guys react. We played better in our qualifying leading up to this event, and I think the guys will carry on.”

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