Men's Golf

NCAA Regionals

2017-05-16T00:00:00-07:00
Tue., May 16
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Edwards Adds O'Loughlin To Golf Program

  BOULDER —University of Colorado men's golf coach Roy Edwards has added one more player to his 2017 recruiting class, signing Daniel O'Loughlin, a sophomore-to-be transferring from McNeese State University in Lake Charles, La.         A native of Nottingham, England, O'Loughlin enjoyed quite a successful freshman season in his first year living in the United States.  He earned first-team All-Southland Conference honors (just five players make the team), in addition to being named the SLC's Freshman of the Year.  In helping McNeese State to the SLC title and a third straight berth in the NCAA Championships, he led the team in stroke average with a 73.03 figure, with 17 rounds of par or better (including two in the 60s).         "We are very excited to add Daniel," Edwards said.  "He is highly-regarded as a person and player by multiple people, including his coach at McNeese State, Austin Burk.  He will be a great addition from playing, character, personality, and work ethic standpoints as those are all tremendous assets of our current team.  He had a really nice year at McNeese and we look forward to seeing him work and compete to keep improving.  He has a chance to be a special player."  

Golfers End Season With 12th Place Finish In NCAA Central Regional

                WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The University of Colorado men's golf team rebounded a bit here Wednesday in the final round of the NCAA Central/Purdue Regional, recording the fifth-best score which bumped up the Buffaloes into a 12th-place finish.                   However, only the top five teams advanced to the NCAA Championship Finals in two weeks, thus the season for the 26th-ranked Buffaloes has come to a close.                   No. 17 Nevada-Las Vegas won with an 8-over 872 score, finishing up with an 11-over 299 in the final round, which despite temperatures in the 70s was plagued by winds constant at 15-to-25 and gusting up to 40 miles per hour.  No. 20 Auburn took second, three back at 875, with No. 8 Illinois moving into the top five with an 878 score after turning in the top final round score of 6-over 294.  No, 44 New Mexico, the second round leader, finished fourth (880) after recording the second-highest score Wednesday (22-over 310), with No. 38 and host Purdue claiming the fifth and final spot with an 882 total.