Slow start after slow start has kept Arkansas behind the eight ball heading into the second round of any tournament, yet it would often contend. This week, the team won the Crooked Stick Intercollegiate after an 18-over first round.
We are counting down the top 30 men's teams heading into the fall college season. Today's story: No. 24 UNLV.
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.
New Mexico saved its best golf for when it mattered most, as the top-seeded Lobos won the NCAA Columbus Regional. Senior James Erkenbeck added the individual title for New Mexico.
While first-round leader Charlotte fell back to a tie for fifth, UNLV and South Carolina moved into the top spot and share the lead after two rounds of the NCAA Columbus Regional.
This week's college notebook talks about UNLV being contenders or pretenders, how Alabama keeps on rollin' and the .500 rule in college golf for the postseason.
UNLV won the ASU Thunderbird Invitational by firing a final-round-low 7-under 277 over top-ranked California.