Men's Golf

NCAA Championships (Rich Harvest Farms Golf Club)

2017-05-30T00:00:00-07:00
Tue., May 30
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Rich Harvest Farms Golf Club
Sugar Grove, IL

Rich Harvest Farms Golf Club

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Grand Finale

Fourth-seeded Stanford will make its fourth straight appearance at the NCAA Men's Golf Championships when it tees off at Rich Harvest Farms on Friday.

McNealy Wins Hogan Award

Stanford senior men's golfer Maverick McNealy was named the winner of the Ben Hogan Award, presented annually to the top men's college golfer.

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.