Men's Golf

Pac-12 Championships

2017-04-29T09:00:00-07:00
Sat., Apr 29
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Boulder Country Club
Boulder, CO

Boulder Country Club

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Ducks Release 2018-19 Schedule

Oregon will host the Pac-12 Championships at Eugene Country Club April 22-24 in addition to the Duck Invitational March 25-26 at Emerald Valley Golf Club.

Souza, Men's Golfers Earn Academic Honors

       BOULDER — John Souza, who graduated this past May after earning three letters as a member of the University of Colorado golf team, was named to the Srixon/Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar for the second straight year.                  Souza, who owned a 3.32 grade point average majoring in Economics while earning a minor in Communication, was also the Pac-12 Men's Golf Scholar-Athlete of the Year for the 2017-18 academic year.                  To be eligible for Srixon/Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar status an individual must be a junior or senior academically, compete in at least three full years at the collegiate level, participate in 50-percent of his team's competitive rounds and have a stroke-average under 76.0 in Division I.                   Souza owned a career average of 73.45 for 95 rounds, with his best season as a senior last year with a 72.81 mark for 37 rounds.  He is one of 13 Buffaloes to be afforded the All-America Scholar honor, the 20th time a CU golfer has been recognized as Souza joined six previously who have earned the honor twice: John Luoma (1994-95), Mike Troyer (1994-95), Knut Ekjord (1997-99), Ben Fiala (1999-2000), Stephen Carroll (2002-03) and Philip Juel-Berg (2015-16).                  In addition, the entire team was honored by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA), as the 10 Buffaloes on the 2017-18 squad had a combined grade point average of 3.18.                  "These are tremendous honors for the team and for John," said CU head coach Roy Edwards.  "We ask a lot out of our team by missing a lot of class and this is a bi-product of their hard work in handling all the demands that come with being a student-athlete. In John's case, he leaves here as one of our most decorated athletes combining academics and athletics. He was a dedicated student, athlete, and teammate and he earned everything.  I also want to congratulate our academic coordinator Katharine Lindauer, as she deserves a lot of credit."  

Toast Of The Coast

Senior Isaiah Salinda secured the biggest victory of his career Friday by winning the 52nd Pacific Amateur Championship on the famed Lake Course at The Olympic Club.