Men's Golf

NCAA South/Alabama Regional

Tue., May 17
7:00 AM
Ol' Colony Golf Course
Tuscaloosa, AL

Ol' Colony Golf Course

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Pac-12 Men's Golf Championships Begin Monday

                ROLLING HILLS ESTATES, Calif. — the 59th Annual Pac-12 Conference men's golf championships, the seventh edition with 12 schools, begins here Monday, but there's no clear-cut favorite for the league crown.                   California enters as the Pac-12's top team, No. 5 in the Golfweek/Sagarin rankings.  Stanford (No. 12), Arizona State (No. 15), Southern California (No. 22) and UCLA (No. 24) are also in the top 25, while the Buffaloes at No. 45 join two others in the top 50.  

Fifty Years Ago, CU Won Its Last Men's Conference Golf Title

BOULDER – Over the last 60 years, Colorado has arguably competed in the three toughest men's college golf conferences in the country, first in the Big 8 and then the Big 12 when Oklahoma State was the dominant program in the nation, and now in the Pac-12, where at least six schools, if not more, are always among the nation's top 25.    

Souza Named Pac-12 Men's Golf Scholar Athlete of the Year

                BOULDER – Senior John Souza has been named as the Pac-12 Men's Golf Scholar-Athlete of the Year, the conference office announced Friday.  He is the first CU men's golfer to be honored with the award.                   Souza owns a 3.32 grade point average and is majoring in Economics at Colorado, and is earning a minor in Communication.  He is on schedule to graduate next month.                   Those eligible for the honor must be a senior in athletic eligibility, on track to receive a degree, have a minimum cumulative GPA of at least 3.0, participated in at least 50 percent of the scheduled contests in the sport and have attended the institution for at least one year.                   "It means a lot to be recognized from a golf standpoint as well as academically," Souza said.  "I think a lot of people don't realize that in golf, we miss full weeks at a time, especially early in the spring semesters.  We're constantly away from class and are always catching up on schoolwork.  So to be recognized for competing, maintaining in the classroom and having a good grade point average is a great honor and I am very appreciative for it."                   "What an incredible award and honor for John," CU head coach Roy Edwards said.  "He really epitomizes everything about a highly successful student-athlete.  He's a great student, a really good player and an exceptional teammate.  I look at this award as one of the premier awards that you can get in the Pac-12, if not in college golf, and John is certainly deserving."                   As a junior, Souza was named to the Srixon/Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar team, while also earning honorable mention Pac-12 All-Academic team honors as a junior.  He was a member of the National Honor Society at Thunderbird High School in Phoenix.                   He has been a regular member of CU's travel squad since he transferred in 2015 from Phoenix' South Mountain Community College.  He has played in 88 career rounds, with a 73.53 stroke average and 31 rounds of par or better; this year, he has played in all 10 tournaments and has career-best 72.90 average, with 14 of his 30 rounds below or at par.                   Souza and his teammates depart Friday for the seventh annual Pac-12 Championships at Rolling Hills Country Club in Rolling Hills Estates, Calif., which is just due south of Los Angeles.  The 72-hole event begins Monday (April 23) with two rounds, followed by a single round each on Tuesday and Wednesday.   

Yannik Now The Paul In The Spotlight

BOULDER – They were born just one minute apart and grew up in Viernheim, Germany.  Fast-forward 24 years, they will finish their collegiate golf careers at the University of Colorado one year apart.