After unfavorable conditions shortened The Prestige before the tournament even started, the Washington men’s golf team encountered other challenges, as junior Carl Yuan was forced to withdraw after play Tuesday with an undisclosed injury.
The Washington Men’s golf team opened its 2018 season at the Sewailo Golf Club in Tucson for the Arizona Intercollegiate, tying for 12th in an 18-team field, shooting 50-over 902 (316-298-288).
The Washington men’s golf team will return to action tomorrow, beginning its 2018 season Monday in the desert at the Arizona Intercollegiate. The Huskies will send a young lineup to the Sewailo Golf Club, but a complete one, after having to mix it up toward the end of the fall season.
The Washington Men’s golf team wrapped up its season in Hawaii at the Warrior Princeville Makai Invitational, finishing 10th overall. After three days of play against some of the top teams in the country the Huskies completed play with a cumulative score of 848 (280-284-285).
Following the Washington women’s golf team’s trip to Hawaii, the Washington men’s golf team will bring a close to their pre-season play at the Warrior Princeville Makai Invitational. Along with 19 other teams, Washington looks to capture the title among top competitors including Pac-12 oppon…
The Washington men's golf team, led in scoring by senior Frank Garber, finished 12th of 16 teams at the two-day long Alister MacKenzie Invitational at the Meadow Club in Fairfax, California. The Meadow Club presents a challenging course totalling 6,734 yards and a par of 71.
After carding the most improved round of the NCAA regional tournament, the No. 30 Washington men’s golf team was unable to keep up its momentum, failing to qualify for the national championships Wednesday.
The No. 30 Washington men’s golf team concluded day one of NCAA regionals rounding out the top 10. As hosts, the Huskies traveled about 30 minutes east to Aldarra Golf Club in Sammamish for the first of three rounds spanning Monday-Wednesday.
The Washington men’s golf team will continue its postseason at the NCAA regionals, but instead of traveling to a new city to vie for a spot in the national championships, the UW will host the 14-team field.
While the Washington women’s golf team wrapped up its Pac-12 Championship, the men’s team is just getting started. The Huskies will begin their postseason run Friday for a three-day, four-round tournament that will finish Sunday.
On the weekend of the greatest tournament on the PGA Tour, the nation’s top collegiate men’s golf teams gathered for a competition of their own. No. 33 Washington joined three top-10 teams and a number of other ranked opponents at the 71st Annual Western Intercollegiate.
The Washington men’s golf team continues its quest in California as the Western Intercollegiate begins Saturday. The two-day, three-round tournament will be held at the Pasatiempo Golf Club in Santa Cruz.
After competing in the tropics of Mexico and the deserts of Arizona, the Washington men’s golf team will take a trip to the Golden State to play in a three-day tournament hosted by conference rival No. 12 Stanford.
The Washington men’s golf team wrapped up its weekend in Mexico with a top-three team finish and a top individual finish from senior Corey Pereira. The Huskies joined one other Pac-12 school and a combination of colleges throughout the midwest and east coast at Los Cabos Querencia.
The No. 41 Washington men’s golf team entered its weekend with top-10 finish in the across the Pacific Ocean. The Huskies traveled to Lihue, Hawaii, mid-week to compete in the John Burns Intercollegiate at Wailua Golf Course.
The Washington men’s golf team was just a stroke shy of its second top-five tournament finish after Tuesday’s final round. The Huskies traveled down the coast to Fairfax, Calif., for the three-round two-day Alister MacKenzie Invitational.
The Washington men’s golf team continued its fall conquest in Fairfax, Calif., on Monday. The Huskies played the first two rounds of the Alister MacKenzie Invitational at Meadow Club, finishing in eighth place at 16-under 552.
The Washington men’s golf team traveled south to Fort Worth for the Nike Golf Collegiate Invitational, a three-day tournament that began Sunday and concluded Tuesday afternoon with the Huskies claiming 12th place overall at 38-over 878.
The Washington men’s golf team is poised for success this season under new head coach Alan Murray. Murray is only the 10th head coach in program history, and comes to Montlake after three seasons at the University of Alabama.
The Washington men’s golf team saved the best for last, finishing the final round of the William H. Tucker Invitational with its best score of the weekend. The 2-over 290 team total bumped the Huskies to a fourth place finish.
The Washington golf team finished day one at the William H. Tucker Invitational in seventh place, shooting 13-over 589 in the two rounds of play Friday. The Huskies were joined by 15 other teams, three of which are from the Pac-12: Colorado, Arizona, and Washington State.
After opening its season two weeks ago, the Washington men’s golf team will continue its 2016 campaign in Albuquerque, N.M., on Friday at the William H. Tucker Invitational. This is the first time the UW will play at the The Championship Golf Course, a 7,248-yard, par 72 course.
The Washington men’s golf team opened its 2016 season in Independence, Minn., at the Gopher Invitational and in a neighboring city, Maple Plain, at the invitational’s individual tournament.
The season ended in heartbreaking fashion for the Washington men’s golf team Wednesday, as Virginia junior Jimmy Stanger birdied his final hole to put the Cavaliers one stroke above the Huskies.
Following a strong 5-under team performance in the first round of the Franklin Regional at Vanderbilt Legends Course, the Washington men’s golf team shot 8-under 280 in the second round Tuesday. But despite another solid score, the Huskies fell three spots to sixth on the team leaderboard, w…
Competing as the No. 3 seed at the NCAA Franklin Regional tournament, the Washington men’s golf team put together a solid first 18 holes Monday to tie for third with Kennesaw State on the team leaderboard. The UW shot 5-under 283 in the first round, sitting four strokes behind East Carolina …
After a strong 2015-16 campaign in the very competitive Pac-12 conference, the Washington men’s golf team finished its regular season ranked No. 23 in the nation by Golfstat. The Huskies’ consistent play throughout the year earned them a selection to compete in the NCAA regionals in Franklin…
At the finale of the Pac-12 championships Sunday, the No. 24 Washington men’s golf team overtook No. 2 USC to finish fourth place in the team standings. The Huskies posted a 13-over 368 team score in their fourth and final round of the weekend at The Country Club in Salt Lake City.
After another 18 holes at the Pac-12 championships Saturday, the No. 24 Washington men’s golf team jumped one spot in the team standings to tie for fourth with No. 10 Arizona State. The Huskies shot 5-over 360 as a team in the third round, bringing their total tournament score to 10-over 1,0…
The Washington men’s golf team finished the first two rounds of the Pac-12 championships Friday in fifth place after shooting 5-over 715 at The Country Club in Salt Lake City.
Following a solid sixth-place finish at the Western Intercollegiate just over two weeks ago, the Washington men’s golf team is geared up to play in the conference championships at The Country Club in Salt Lake City. The Huskies earned a fifth-place finish at the 2015 Pac-12 championships, pa…
After posting the fourth best team score of the third round, the No. 25 Washington men’s golf team climbed two spots to finish sixth at the Western Intercollegiate. The Huskies shot 4-over 354 as a team Wednesday, their best of the 54-hole tournament.
Despite making an early charge up the leaderboard, the No. 25 Washington men’s golf team settled back into eighth place after an 8-over 358 performance in Tuesday’s second round of the Western Intercollegiate at Pasatiempo Golf Course in Santa Cruz, Calif.
In a tournament with nearly half the field ranked in the top 25 nationally, the No. 25 Washington men’s golf team is gridlocked in the middle of the team leaderboard after Monday’s first round. The Huskies finished the first 18 of 54 holes at the Western Intercollegiate in eighth place after…
Fresh off its third team victory of the season, the Washington men’s golf team is poised to keep its momentum in pursuit of making a run in the NCAA championships. The next challenge for the Huskies will be in Santa Cruz, Calif., at the Western Intercollegiate.
In its last tournament of the academic quarter, the Washington men’s golf team pulled together two strong final rounds to solidify a second place team finish at the Bandon Dunes Championship. The UW’s 5-over 289 round three score Tuesday was the lowest of any in the 15-team field at the par-71 Bandon Trails Course in Bandon, Ore.
In Monday’s second round of the Bandon Dunes Collegiate, all five players on the Washington men’s golf team lineup bested their first round scores. The UW improved on its first round team score by 12 strokes to finish the day tied with Missouri for second.
The No. 11 Washington women’s golf team heads to Fairfax, Calif., for the Bay Area Intercollegiate beginning Monday. The two-day, two-round tournament will conclude Tuesday at the par-72 Meadow Club.
In its second trip to Oregon this season, the No. 30 Washington men’s golf team competed in round one of the Bandon Dunes Collegiate on Sunday morning in Bandon Dunes, Ore. The Huskies sit in fourth place after the first 18 holes, just one stroke behind crosstown rival Seattle University.