Dawgs Head to DC for 35th Georgetown Intercollegiate

SEATTLE – The University of Washington men's golf team once again hits the road for its next tournament as it will compete at the 35th Georgetown Intercollegiate in Washington, D.C., Oct 14-15. The 54-hole tournament, hosted by Georgetown, will be played at the par 71, 7,035 yard Four Streams Golf Course with 36 holes played on Monday followed by 18 on Tuesday.

Peng is Tied for Fourth at Maridoe Intercollegiate

CARROLLTON, Texas – The No. 2 University of Washington men's golf team moved into a tie for fifth place following round two at the Maridoe Intercollegiate on Monday as they currently sit at 28-over 604 (303-301). The Huskies were led by freshman Bo Peng, who was one of three players in the field to record a round under par on the tough Maridoe Golf Course.

Dawgs in Sixth After Day One at Maridoe Intercollegiate

CARROLLTON, Texas – The No. 2 University of Washington men's golf team currently sits in sixth place following round one of the Maridoe Intercollegiate on Sunday as the Dawgs shot a 15-over 303 on the difficult Maridoe Golf Club course. Washington has two players in the top 25 and were led by junior Jan Schneider who is tied for 15th. The three-day tournament features 18 holes each day on the par-72, 7,554 yard course.

Huskies Head to Maridoe Intercollegiate

SEATTLE – The University of Washington men's golf team once again hits the road for its next tournament as it will compete at the Maridoe Intercollegiate in Carrollton, Texas, Sunday-Tuesday, Oct. 6-8. The 54-hole tournament, hosted by North Texas, will be played at the par 72, 7,300 yard Maridoe Golf Club with 18 holes being played each day.

Woolsey Named Pac-12 Golfer of the Month

SEATTLE – After winning back-to-back tournament titles and helping the Washington men's golf team earn a No. 8 ranking nationally, junior Noah Woolsey has been named the Pac-12 Men's Golfer of the Month for September, the league announced Wednesday. It is the first Golfer of the Month honor a Husky has won since C.T. Pan took home the March award in 2015.