Three Huskies Finish in Top 35 at Arizona Intercollegiate
TUCSON, Ariz. – The University of Washington Men's Golf team placed three of its five student-athletes in the top 35 at the Arizona Intercollegiate as it finished tied for 14th overall with a score of 40-over 892 (307-291-294).
"This wasn't the final results we wanted and it was a tough week for us," said head coach Alan Murray. "Henry played well today which was good to see. We will get back to work and get ready for the quick turnaround before we head to Hawaii next week. There was clearly some rust and we weren't tournament sharp so it's something we'll continue to improve upon as we play more rounds."
Seniors Noah Woolsey, Jan Schneider and Henry Lee all posted three-round scores of 9-over 222 to finish tied for 34th. Woolsey, who was leading the Huskies after round two, carded a 6-over 77 during Wednesday's round. His three-day score featured round of 77-68-77.
Lee climbed up 17 spots on the leaderboard during round three with his even-par 71, the Huskies best round of the day. Schneider also moved up the leaderboard by seven places after turning in 2-over 73, his best score of the tournament. The senior improved upon his score each day (75-74-73) and posted a team-high five birdies during the final round.
Sophomore Petr Hruby tied his second score on Wednesday as he carded a 3-over 74 to finish tied for 69th at 14-over 227 (79-74-74), while freshman Teddy Lin rounded out the lineup by placing tied for 90th at 21-over 234 (82-76-76). Competing as an individual, freshman Taehoon Song had a final scorecard of 18-over 231 (80-84-77) to finish in 81th place.
Washington returns to the course next week in Hawaii at the Amer Ari Intercollegiate in Waikoloa, Hawaii.