Men's Golf

Wyoming Cowboy Classic

4/6/15 All day

Talking Stick North Golf Club

Talking Stick North Golf Club
Scottsdale, AZ
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Golfers Finish Seventh At NCAA West Regional

                 STOCKTON, Calif. — The University of Colorado men's golf team pulled to within two shots of fifth place, the final qualifying spot for the NCAA Championship Finals, but eventually slipped into a seventh place finish here Wednesday as the NCAA West Regional came to a close.                    CU turned in final round score of 2-over par 290, finishing with 54-hole score of 862 (2-under); that would in the end be 10 strokes back of fifth place, though it was much closer than that most of the day.   Late double- and quadruple bogeys took the Buffaloes out of red numbers for the day and let No. 6 LSU, the region's top seeded team, slip by them into sixth.  

CU Golfers Move Into Sixth Place At NCAA Regionals

                STOCKTON, Calif. — The University of Colorado men's golf team rode the proverbial rollercoaster here Tuesday, but at the end of the day, the Buffaloes posted the second-best score in moving up a notch into a tie for sixth through two rounds of the NCAA West/Stockton Regional.                    No. 42 Colorado recorded a 6-under par 282 score, but things didn't start off well.  At one point, the Buffs were 2-over and had slipped from a tie for seventh into one for 11th in the 13 team field.  But a strong back nine, including playing the last three holes at 4-under, thrusted CU up into a tie for sixth with a 4-under 572 total through 36 holes, one spot back of the last qualifying spot for the NCAA Championship Finals later this month.  

Golfers Open In Tie For Seventh At NCAA West Regional

                 STOCKTON, Calif. — The University of Colorado men's golf team didn't have a spectacular day here Monday, but regardless the Buffaloes are in the thick of things after the completion of the first round of the NCAA West/Stockton Regional.                    Colorado, ranked 42nd in the country, is tied for seventh after posting a 2-over 290 team score, but has two rounds remaining to climb into the top five, as those will advance to the NCAA Championship Finals in two weeks.  

Buff Men Ready For NCAA West Regional

               STOCKTON, Calif. — The University of Colorado men's golf team arrived here Saturday ahead of the NCAA West Regional with the goal to snap a 15-year drought: getting the Buffaloes back to the NCAA Finals for the first time since 2002.                   The West/Stockton Regional begins Monday, with coach Roy Edwards' team getting in a few practices back home in Boulder around final exams and graduation ceremonies.  With those now behind them, the Buffs can now focus on finishing in the top five of 13 teams competing here, which would earn CU that trip to the NCAA Finals.  Colorado has knocked at that door several times over the past 15 season but hasn't been able to walk through it.  

Paul, Macdonald Earn All-Pac 12 Honors

                BOULDER — Senior Yannik Paul  and sophomore Ross Macdonald were named to the 22-man All-Pac-12 Men's Golf Team, which was announced by the conference Thursday afternoon.                   Paul garnered first-team honors, the first Buffalo to earn the highest distinction on the team since the Buffaloes joined the Pac-12 in 2011-12.  His brother Jeremy earned second-team mention in both 2014 and 2016, while Ethan Freeman was named honorable mention a year ago.                   Macdonald earned honorable mention honors for this year; both he and Paul tied for second with 12-under 202 scores in last week's Pac-12 Conference Championships outside of Los Angeles.                   "It's a great honor and representative of a special season for Yannik," CU head coach Roy Edwards said.  "The best of the best in college golf make the first-team All-Pac 12 list, and Yannik has put himself in that category.  Ross, by virtue of a special performance at the Pac-12, garnered honorable mention honors, and it's very well deserved."                   The last Buffaloes to have earned first-team all-conference honors came nine seasons ago, when Patrick Grady and Derek Tolan were named first-team All-Big 12.   Grady is currently in his third season as CU's assistant coach.                   Paul and Macdonald will be among the five players representing Colorado in the upcoming NCAA West Regional in Stockton, Calif., May 14-16.  The Buffaloes, runners-up in the Pac-12 this year, are the No. 7 seed in the event.