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UW Fourth, Woolsey Sixth After Second Round At Goodwin

Mar 25, 2022

STANFORD, Calif. – Led by senior Noah Woolsey, the No. 9-ranked Washington men's golf team finished day two of the three-day Goodwin tournament at Stanford Golf Course in a tie for third place.
Washington, which was 3-under Friday and is 12-under through two rounds, heads into Saturday's final round just one shot out of second place (SMU and Nevada are both 13-under) and eight strokes behind leader Stanford (20-under).
"We didn't play our best today," said UW head coach Alan Murray. "It was kind of a tough day, though, overall, the scoring was better than I'd have thought. I'm proud of guys' effort. They're hitting good shots, but we probably need to make more putts.
"Regardless," Murray continued, "we need to play a good round tomorrow if we're thinking of winning."
Woolsey shot a 2-under 68 to finish round two 7-under for the tournament, good for a tie for sixth place, two shots behind the leaders as the tournament heads into its third and final round on Saturday. Woolsey made two birdies and 16 pars on Friday.
Teddy Lin was 3-under for the round, with four birdies and one bogey, putting him 4-under for the tournament, tied for 18th place.
"Noah played great today," Murray said. "Bogey-free and two under. Teddy had a great finish with birdies on two of his last three holes."
Not far behind is Petr Hruby, who carded an even-par 70 (three birdies, three bogies) to keep him at 3-under through two rounds, placing him in a tie for 24th place.
RJ Manke was 2-over Friday, and is 2-over for the tournament, while Taehoon Song was also 2-over on Friday, making him 3-over overall.
The Huskies will tee off in the afternoon on Saturday. Full pairings will be posted on (use links at top-right of this page).
"We'll rest up this afternoon and we won't play until tomorrow afteroon, so they'll be able to get a bit of rest," said Murray, noting that the Huskies played a 36-hole tournament earlier this same week. "I feel good about it. I can't wait to get out there tomorrow."