UW Finishes Second at Ka'anapali Collegiate Classic

LAHAINA, Hawaii – The 18th ranked University of Washington finished second amongst the 20-team field at its final fall tournament of the season, the Ka'anapali Collegiate Classic. The Dawgs finished at 42-under 810 (274-267-269), just behind No. 5 Oklahoma who took home the team title at 47-under 805. The Huskies closed their fall season with three tournament wins and one second-place showing.

Dawgs Move Into First at Ka'anapali Collegiate Classic

LAHAINA, Hawaii – The 18th-ranked University of Washington men's golf team put together a stellar second round on Saturday at the Ka'anapali Collegiate Classic as it carded a 17-under 267 to move into first place in the 20-team field. The Huskies outshot the field by seven strokes and currently have a one-stroke lead over second-place heading into Sunday's final 18 holes.

Dawgs in Sixth at Ka'anapali Collegiate Classic

LAHAINA, Hawaii – The 18th ranked University of Washington men's golf team currently sits in sixth place after round one of Ka'anapali Collegiate Classic on Friday as they carded a 10-under 274 following the first 18 holes. The Huskies sit six stokes off of first place heading into Saturday's second round.

UW Wraps Up Fall Slate at Ka'anapali Classic

SEATTLE – The No. 18 University of Washington men's golf team wraps up its fall campaign this weekend at the Ka'anapali Classic Collegiate Invitational, Friday-Sunday, Nov. 1-3. The three-day, 54-hole tournament will be competed at the par-71, 6,700 yard, Ka'anapali Golf Club Royal Course. Washington tees off alongside Kansas, George Washington and UC Santa Barbara at 11:30 a.m. PT on Friday. 

Peng Earns AJGA First Team All-American Honors

University of Washington men's golf freshman Bo Peng was named a First Team All-American by the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA). Following an impressive first four tournaments with the Huskies this fall, Peng collected the national honor.

Woolsey and Huskies Off to Strong Fall Campaign

The University of Washington Men's Golf team is off to a blazing hot start, currently sitting at 19th in the nation, while being ranked as high as number two during the fall season. This phenomenal stretch is thanks in no small part to junior Noah Woolsey, who has won the individual title at three of the four tournaments the Huskies have competed in.