Welcome to Golfweek’s Men's Midweek Report. We wanted to use this hump day to update you on all the latest men's college news from Feb. 19-26.
Oklahoma State, the No. 3 team in the Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings, kicked off its spring season with a wire-to-wire victory at the Amer Ari Invitational.
Oklahoma State, ranked No. 3 in the Golfweek/Sagarin Rankings, fired a 17-under 271 on Thursday to take the first-round lead at the Amer Ari Invitational in Waikoloa, Hawaii.
During the month of January, Golfweek will preview the spring season for each conference. Today, we look at the Big 12.
During the month of January, Golfweek will preview the spring season for each conference. Today, we look at the Big 12 Conference.
Chelso Barrett seems to have Jim Liu's number. Barrett defeated Liu in 2011 at the U.S. Junior Amateur and Wednesday in the Round of 64 at the U.S. Amateur at Brookline, 3 and 2.
The good news for California – it won the 54-hole stroke-play qualifying portion of the NCAA Championship. The bad news for the Bears – no team in has won the title after doing so in this format.
No. 1 Cal is ahead after a school-record, 23-under 265 that was led by 7-under 65s from U.S. Amateur runner-up Michael Weaver and Joel Stalter, but those two golfers trail USC's Sam Smith by three.
Oklahoma remained steady in Round 2 of the NCAA Central Regional, a day when many other teams lost ground.
The Haskins Watch List takes a look at some of the favorites for this season's award. This year's race seems to be especially wide open.
The final Palmer Cup Ranking before team selections was announced Wednesday with three Cal players in the top 6 of their respective rankings.
Already helping keep TCU in the top 10 in college men's golf, Paul Barjon picked up his first win by topping Stanford's Patrick Rodgers at the U.S. Intercollegiate – a long journey for the New Caledonian.
TCU’s Paul Barjon won the Stanford Intercollegiate on March 30 for his first collegiate victory.
Austin Peay's victory at the Memphis Intercollegiate might be the biggest in program history, considering the field. Also: Don't forget Alabama, while the UCLA women have regrouped.
Stanford won its own U.S. Intercollegiate on Saturday, finishing six shots ahead of runner-up TCU.
Alabama, New Mexico and Florida State put up strong performances including the Crimson Tide's runner-up finish at the Southern Highlands and New Mexico's win at the Don Puckette NIT.