UCF's Ricardo Gouveia advanced to the NCAA Championship after TCU's Julien Brun gave up his spot to play in a PGA Tour event. Gouveia wants to make the most of this situation.
Top-seeded Georgia bested runner-up Georgia State by 13 shots to capture the NCAA San Antonio Regional while UCLA edged TCU for the fifth and final berth in the NCAA Championship.
Top-seeded Georgia jumped out to an early lead Thursday at the NCAA San Antonio Regional while College of Charleston, the No. 11 seed, is four shots back in solo second at Briggs Ranch Golf Course.
The wild card at the San Antonio regional Thursday through Saturday could be the Briggs Ranch Golf Club for teams like Georgia, UCF and UCLA.
SMU won the inaugural American Athletic Conference Championship Tuesday at Innisbrook Resort's Copperhead Course in Palm Harbor, Fla.
The UCF Knights took the lead after the first round of the American Athletic Association Championship at the Hammock Beach Ocean Course in Palm Coast, Fla.
Central Florida's Greg Eason has 16 top-10 finishes over his last 17 events, and hopes to continue that over his last three tournaments for the Knights.
UCF won its second straight tournament and fourth of the season April 6 at the 3M Augusta Invitational at Forest Hills Golf Club in Augusta, Ga.
Behind stellar play from standout senior Greg Eason, UCF outlasted Texas to capture the 3M Augusta Invitational at Forest Hills Golf Club on Sunday by a single shot.
The UCF Knights are becoming one of the nation's top teams, sharing their success with Nick Hamel, a close supporter.
Stanford's Patrick Rodgers solidifies his spot atop the Haskins Award Watch List with his fourth win of the season, including three in his last three starts.
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 golf news, March 27-April 2.
Ricardo Gouveia and Greg Eason finished first and second, respectively, leading Central Florida to a six-stroke win over runner-up Georgia Southern at the FAU Slomin Autism Invite.
Behind an 11-under 273 in the second round, Central Florida has grabbed a five-shot lead at the FAU Slomin Autism Invite.
Another week and Patrick Rodgers still maintains the top spot on the Haskins Award Watch List. A victory from Georgia Tech junior Ollie Schniederjans helped improve his stock on the Watch List, while New Mexico's Gavin Green also jumped after his win.
While Stanford's Patrick Rodgers stays atop the list, Houston's Roman Robledo and Cal's Joel Stalter both make big moves on this week's Haskins Award Watch List.
Fanny Cnops earned a sponsor exemption to the Symetra Tour's IOA Golf Classic at Alaqua Country Club in Longwood, Fla., March 28-30.
This week, Stanford’s Patrick Rodgers was the only player that helped himself and boosted his resume on the 2014 Haskins Award Watch List. Rodgers picked up his third victory of the season at the prestigious Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters.
Not too much movement on the Haskins Award Watch List this week. Only one player – Houston’s Roman Robledo – joins the Watch List after back-to-back victories.
Central Florida's Greg Eason picked up his first win of the season at the John Hayt Collegiate at Sawgrass Country Club on Feb. 25, finishing three shots clear of second-place Sam Love of Alabama-Birmingham.
View images from the final round of the UCF Challenge at Eagle Creek Golf Club. UCF held on for a 1-stroke victory.