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Men's Golf Hosting Loaded Thunderbird Collegiate April 15-16 at Papago

Apr 2, 2022

The Sun Devils host the 15-team Thunderbird Invitational April 15-16 at Papago Golf Club with 36 holes on Friday (April 15) and the final round on Saturday (April 16). ASU has won three of the past four Thunderbird Collegiate titles.

TEAMS/COURSE/TEE TIMES
ASU is joined by Baylor, Boise State, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Oregon State, San Francisco, SMU, South Florida, Texas Tech, UCLA, UNLV and Utah. Papago will play at 7,317 yards and is a par 71. Tee times begin at 7 a.m.

RANKINGS
In the rankings as of April 1, ASU is ranked fourth by Golfstatfourth by Golfweek and fourth in the Bushnell/Golfweek Coaches Poll. Oklahoma is ranked No. 1 in the April 1 Bushnell poll, with Oklahoma State second, North Carolina seventh and Texas Tech eighth. Other Pac-12 schools ranked include Washington (sixth) and Stanford (14th).

GOOD AT THIS: ASU has won the Thunderbird Invitational 20 times, which it has hosted since 1973. ASU has won 12 of the past 22 (1999-2001, 2003-04, 2008-09, 2014-15, 2017-19).

PAST ASU INDIVIDUAL WINNERS: Eleven Sun Devils have won the individual titles on 14 occasions, while Phil Mickelson (1991 and 1992) and Jon Rahm (2014, 2015 and 2016) are the only multiple winners. Other Sun Devil individual winners include Mark Sollenberger (1974), Jim Carter (1984), Larry Barber (1994), Todd Demsey (1995), Jeff Quinney (2000), Paul Casey (2001), Alejandro Canizares (2003), Stephan Gross (2009/shared) and 2019 winner Chun An Yu.

2021 THUNDERBIRD
Last year the Sun Devil men's golf team had its best round of the tournament couldn't make up the 11-stroke deficit heading into the final round and finished second at the 48th Thunderbird Collegiate Saturday at Papago Golf Club. The Sun Devils (273-276-273) made a push late, closing the gap to three strokes in the back half of the final nine holes, but finished at 30-under 822, four shots of back TCU (274-264-280) who held off ASU and Oklahoma State after its 20-under round Friday afternoon. David Puig posted a 10-under 203 (66-69-68) and tied for sixth, while Ryggs Johnston had a 66 in the final round and tied for 11th at 8-under 205 (69-70-66).

ASU THUNDERBIRD COLLEGIATE INVITATIONAL
PAPAGO GOLF CLUB
PAR 71/7,319 YARDS
PHOENIX, AZ
APRIL 16-17, 2021
TEAM FINAL SCORES (17 TEAMS)

TCU 274-264-280=818/-34
Arizona State 273-276-273=822/-30
Oklahoma State 266-276-281=823/-31
Texas Tech 272-273-279=824/-28
Oregon State 271-277-281=829/-23
Utah 270-274-286=830/-22
North Carolina 273-276-281=830/-22
New Mexico 278-282-275=835/-17
Arizona 273-280-283=836/-16
UNLV 282-282-288=852/E
South Florida 283-280-290=853/+1
Baylor 278-292-288=858/+6
Ohio State 279-294-286=859/+7
Iowa State 284-282-294=860/+8
Colorado State 291-276-295=862/+10
Long Beach State 285-283-294=862/+10
UCLA 294-287-294=875/+23
 
2021 SUN DEVIL SCORES/96-PLAYER LEADER BOARD
T1. Albert Boneta, New Mexico 65-70-66=201/-12
T1. Ludvig Aberg, Texas Tech 67-67-67=201/-12
T1. Blake Tomlinson, Utah 65-66-70=201/-12
T6. David Puig 66-69-68=203/-10
T11. Ryggs Johnston 69-70-66=205/-8
T23. Cameron Sisk 69-69-71=209/-4
T42. Mason Andersen 73-70-70=213/-1
T86. Jeewon Park (I) 73-74-76=223/+10
96. Gabriel Salvanera (I) 77-72-81=230/+17

CAREER PAR OR BETTER ROUNDS 
117, Jon Rahm (2012-16/165 rounds)
103, Chun An Yu (2016-21/151 rounds)
96, Mason Andersen (2017-22/156 rounds)
94, Alejandro Canizares (2002-06/152 rounds)
 
CAREER ROUNDS 
185, Scott Johnson (1993-97)
179, Chris Hanell (1993-97)
165, Jon Rahm (2012-16)
159, Mason Andersen (2017-22)
 
CAREER BIRDIES
671, Jon Rahm (2012-16/165 rounds)
586, Chun An Yu (2016-21/151 rounds)
571, Mason Andersen (2017-22/153 rounds)
556, Alejandro Canizares (2002-06/152 rounds)
 
CAREER EAGLES
39, Jon Rahm (2012-16/165 rounds)
26, Alex del Rey (2016-20/132 rounds)
22, Mason Andersen (2017-22/153 rounds)
 

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TEAM LINEUPS (HEAD COACH) -- UNDER CONSTRUCTION AND BEING UPDATED

ARIZONA STATE (MATT THURMOND)
Mason Andersen
Preston Summerhays
Jose Luis Ballester
Cameron Sisk
Ryggs Johnston
James Leow (IND)
Jeewon Park (IND)
Gabriel Salvanera (IND)
Kiko Coelho (IND)

BAYLOR (MIKE McGRAW)
Johnny Keefer
Mark Reppe
Luke Morgan
Zach Heffernan
Drew Wrightson
Luke Dossey (IND)

BOISE STATE (DAN POTTER)
Alex Talbot
Skyler Eubank
Max Charles
Hugo Townsend
Nick Hedman

NEW MEXICO (GLEN MILLICAN)
Brandon Shong
Sam Choi
Matthew Watkins
Bastien Amat
Carson Herron

NORTH CAROLINA (ANDREW DIBITETTO)
Dougie Ergood 
Ryan Gerard
David Ford
Ryan Burnett
Peter Fountain
Kenam Poole (IND)

OKLAHOMA (RYAN HYBL)
Logan McAllister
Chris Getterup
Stephen Michael Campbell
Patrick Welch
Drew Goodman
Ben Lorenz (IND)

OKLAHOMA STATE (ALAN BRATTON)
Aman Gupta
Brian Stark
Bo Jin
Eugenio Chacarra
Rasmus Neergaard-Petersen
Leo Oyo (IND)
Jonas Baumgartner (IND)
Rayhan Thomas (IND)
Dillon Stewart (IND)

OREGON STATE (JOHN REEHORN)
Mateo Fuenmayor
Carson Barry
Jackson Lake
Brandon Evre
Noland Throughgood

SAN FRANCISCO (JACK KENNEDY)
Matt Anderson
Toby Briggs
Alex Chin
Soren Lind
Chris Palsson

SMU (CHRIS PARRA)
Noah Goodwin
Nathan Petronzio
Justin Thompson
Ollie Osborne
Prescott Butler

SOUTH FLORIDA (STEVE BRADLEY)
Run Youprayong
Albin Bergstrom
Sam NIcholson
Ian Peng
Luke Gifford

TEXAS TECH (GREG SANDS)
Ludvig Aberg
Baard Skogen
Andy Lopez
Sandy Scott
Carl Didrik
Calum Scott (IND)

UCLA (DEREK FREEMAN)
Eddy Lai
Pablo Ereño Perez
Alvaro Muller
Omar Morales
Mason Greene
Evan Chien (IND)

UNLV (AJ MCINERNEY)
Caden Fioroni
George Leigh
Ben Sawaia
Aaron Jarvis
Tommy Kimmel

UTAH (GARRETT CLEGG)
Blake Tomlinson
Javier Barcos
Tristan Mander
Braxton Watts
Martin Leon