Men's Golf Heads to Stanford to Play in The Goodwin
STANFORD, Calif. – The Washington State men's golf team leaps back into action this week to participate in The Goodwin at the Stanford Golf Course. Play begins this Thursday, March 25, and runs through Saturday, March 27.
COURSE & SCHEDULE – The Stanford Golf Course is a 6,742-yard course that is played as a par-70. The Goodwin will play 18 holes per day. The tournament gets underway at 7 a.m. PT on Thursday and 12 p.m. PT on Friday. Tee-time for Saturday's third round will be determined after the second round is completed on Friday.
THE LINEUP – Washington State will have fifth-year senior Nicklaus Chiam in the No. 1 spot for the fourth-straight tournament. Chiam will be followed by junior Max Sekulic in the No. 2-slot, while Freshman Jaden Cantafio and sophomore Pono Yanagi will be in the at No. 3 and No. 4 positions, respectively. Graduate transfer Eric Hagen rounds out the lineup for the Cougars at The Goodwin.
THE FIELD - No. 8 Arizona State, California, Colorado, Stanford, Oregon, Southern Cal, Washington and UCLA will be the Pac-12 teams at this week's tournament.
The field will also include BYU, Cal Baptist, Cal Poly, Denver, Florida Atlantic, Georgia Tech, Long Beach State, Minnesota, Nevada, Northwestern, Pacific, Pepperdine, St. Mary's, San Diego, San Jose State, Santa Clara, TCU and UC Davis.
LIVE RESULTS – Fan can follow all the action at The Goodwin on GolfStat.com.
HEAD COACH DUSTIN WHITE ON THE GOODWIN - "The Stanford Golf Course is a good venue, and The Goodwin features a good field. The guys are excited to get back at it and will play hard for 54 holes. We want to get back to how we played early on in the semester, and feel confident that we've prepared well to do that. Now we just go play golf and let the rest take care of itself."
LAST TIME OUT - Graduate senior Eric Hagen paved the way for the Washington State men's golf team at the Bandon Dunes Championship, as the Olympia, Washington native finished the three-day tournament in a tie for 28th on the player leaderboard, carding 219 (+6).
Hagen's performance helped the Cougars collect a 12th-place finish at the Bandon Dunes Championship on Tuesday, March 9. Washington State carded 892 (+40) during three days of play at the Bandon Trails Golf Club.
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