Dawgs Win Third Tournament of the Season; Lee and Woolsey Win Individual Titles

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The University of Washington men's golf team won its third tournament of the season on Tuesday as the Dawgs took home the Georgetown Intercollegiate Tuesday afternoon by 27 strokes as they wrote in a 27-under 835. Additionally, junior Noah Woolsey and senior Henry Lee claimed a share of the individual title with their 5-under 208. All six Huskies competing finished in the top 10.

Men's Golf travels to Florida to participate in Tavistock Collegiate Oct. 20-22

Alex Del Rey: Getting off to his best start ever, Del Rey has 4 of his 6 rounds this year in the 60's. Just in his first two tournaments this year, he has also already matched the total amount of wins (2) he had coming into this year as a Sun Devil. 

Chun An Yu: Even though Chun's par score is not as low as it was last year, he still has half of his rounds in the 60's and four rounds at par or better.

Cameron Sisk: The reigning PAC-12 Freshman of the Year has not disappointed so far this season. He took home the individual medal at the Maui Jim and then backed that up by shooting 8-under par at the Trinity Forest. 

Mason Anderson: Anderson has more than half of his rounds this year at par or better and finished tied for second at the Fighting Irish Classic in South Bend. 

Ryggs Johnston: He has yet to finish worse than tied for 12th at any tour so far this season. Johnston is -1.11 vs par this year. 

Blake Wagoner: Hailing from North Carolina, Wagoner finished his first 2 tours this year under par and has 24 rounds in his career in the 60's. 

James Leow: Leow has only shot in 24 rounds in his career, but he finished 16 rounds at par or under. Leow also won the Arizona Medalist Collegiate last season when he shot 13 under par. 

Koichiro Ishika: Originally from Japan, Ishika has an average score of 71.67 this season. 

Paul Chaplet: Chaplet has 16 rounds at par or better in his career. 

Won Jun Lee: He participated in the Asia-Pacific Amateaur Championships in Shanghai and shot 5-under par, finishing tied for 12th. Jun Lee is -.43 vs par for his career.