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Huskies Set For NCAA Regionals In Stockton

May 13, 2022

The Washington men's golf team travels Stockton, Calif., where they'll compete this Monday through Wednesday, May 16-18, to earn a spot at the NCAA National Championships May 27-June 1 in Scottsdale.
 
The Huskies will play at the NCAA Stockton Regional, at The Reserve at Spanos Park. The 54-hole, three-day tournament will be held on the par-72, 7,315-yard course. 
 
The Huskies are one of 14 teams that will compete in Stockton, After three rounds of play, the low five teams and one individual (among those not on those five teams) advance to nationals at Grayhawk Golf Club at the end of the month.
 
Here is the field of 14 teams for that will compete in Stockton, by seed: 
 
1. Arizona State
2. Washington
3. Stanford
4. LSU
5. Oregon
6. Nevada
7. Liberty
8. BYU
9. UAB
10. Houston
11. UC Davis
12. Denver
13. Abeline Christian
14. Weber State
 
The NCAA men's golf tournament field includes 81 teams in total, with either 13 or 14 teams at each of six regional sites (others besides Stockton are: Norman, Okla.; Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.; Columbus, Ohio; Bryan, Texas; and New Haven, Conn.). 
 
The 30 teams and six individuals that advance to Scottsdale will play three rounds before the field is cut in half. Those 15 teams will play a fourth round, with the top-eight finishing teams advancing to match play quarterfinals.
 
Washington will field the following five-man lineup to Stockton: 
 
1. RJ Manke
2. Noah Woolsey
3. Teddy Lin
4. Petr Hruby
5. Taehoon Song
 
On Monday, Washington's players will tee off of hole No. 1, beginning at 7:30 a.m. PT, playing alongside Arizona State and Stanford's golfers. Second- and third-round pairings and tee times will be determined by team standings.
 
Here's a look at Washington's top performances at previous NCAA Regionals:
 
NCAA Regionals Team Finishes
 
Year  – Place  – Team Scoring
1989  – 8th  – 289-290-290=869
1991  – 11th  – 287-297-301=885
1996  – 9th  – 297-301-291=889
1997  – 8th  – 294-289-288=871
1998  – 11th  – 295-291-300=886
1999  – 7th  – 291-299-293=883
2000  – 8th  – 283-286-286=855
2001  – 10th  – 290-301-292=883
2002  – T1st  – 291-293-288=872
2003  – 7th  – 308-286-286=880
2004  – 10th – 293-290-302=885
2005  – 3rd  – 286-282-286=854
2006  – 3rd  – 288-281-271=840
2007  – 14th  – 284-271-287=842
2008  – 4th  – 291-294-289=874
2009  – 2nd  – 282-288-300=870
2010  – 1st  – 286-283-275=844
2011  – 6th  – 279-286-280=845
2012  – 1st  – 286-281-293=860
2013  – 2nd  – 276-275-282=833
2014  – 2nd  – 278-278-286=842
2015  – T4th  – 287-290-277=854
2016 – 6th – 283-280-280=843
2017 – 7th – 295-286-288=869
2021 – T7th – 280-282-305=867
 
UW's NCAA Regional Top-10 Finishers
 
Place – Name – Year  – Score – 
1st – Cheng-Tsung Pan  – 2015  – 203 (67-69-67)
1st – Jonathan Sanders – 2014  – 203 (68-67-68)
1st – Cheng-Tsung Pan  – 2013   – 201 (67-67-67)
1st – Chris Williams  – 2012  – 209 (73-68-68)
1st – Richard Lee  – 2010  – 208 (72-68-68)
2nd – Chris Williams  – 2010  – 210 (73-72-65)
2nd – Nick Taylor  – 2009  – 218 (67-70-72)
2nd – Nick Taylor  – 2008  – 211 (71-69-71)
3rd – Darren Wallace  – 2010  – 210 (70-69-72)
3rd – Zach Bixler  – 2006  – 204 (69-68-67)
3rd – Mike Swingle  – 1991 – 214 (68-72-74)
4th – Cheng-Tsung Pan  – 2012 – 214 (69-71-74)
4th – Brock Mackenzie  – 2002 – 215 (72-76-67)
5th – Carl Yuan – 2016 – 206 (65-69-72)
6th – Brock Mackenzie  – 2003  – 214 (74-72-68)
7th – Tze Huang Choo  – 2011 – 209 (69-70-70)
8th – John Moscrip  – 1997  – 213 (73-68-72)
9th – Troy Kelly  – 2000 – 211 (72-72-67)
9th – Rob Rashell  – 1998  – 215 (73-72-70)
10th – Jonathan Sanders  – 2015  – 212 (72-72-68)
10th – Trevor Simsby  – 2012  – 218 (70-74-74)
10th – Erik Olson  – 2005  – 211 (69-70-72)