Men's Golf

ASU Thunderbird Invitational (ASU Karsten Golf Course)

2017-03-18T07:30:00-07:00
Sat., Mar 18
7:30 AM

ASU Karsten Golf Course

ASU Karsten Golf Course
Tempe, AZ
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Paul Named Honorable Mention All-American

BOULDER — Yannik Paul, who set or shared in 23 records over the course of his golfing career at the University of Colorado, has been named to the honorable mention PING All-America team, the Golf Coaches Association of America announced Thursday.             Paul was CU's team leader in stroke average at 70.24, which was also good for fourth in the Pac-12 Conference and 11th in the nation, and in the process set the CU single-season record; he broke his older twin's (Jeremy) mark of 70.66 set in 2015-16.  His spring average of 69.64 shattered the old best as well, and became the first school record for an average under 70 in any category.  He was the team leader or tied for the lead in 21 statistical categories, perhaps the most impressive the fact that he has just six holes out of 612 worse than bogey all year (four doubles and two triples).  

Five Earn UCHealth CU Athlete of the Week Honors in May and June

Robin Choi, Yannik Paul, Erin Clark, Zach Perrin and Val Constein each collected UCHealth CU Athlete of the Week honors during the months of May and June. Golfers Robyn Choi and Yannik Paul were recognized for the week of May 14-20 after their outstanding performances at NCAA competitions. Then, during the week of May 21-27, senior distance runners Erin Clark and Zach Perrin earned the honor for stellar showings at the NCAA West Preliminary meet. In the final week of Colorado's athletic season (June 4-10), Val Constien took home athlete of the week honors after a top-5 finish in the 3,000-meter steeplechase NCAA Championship.

Season in Review

The Stanford men's golf team reached the NCAA Championships for the 11th time in 14 years and finished second at the NCAA Pacific Regionals, highlighting the 2017-18 season.