The men's golf team turned in its best performance Wednesday, but couldn't make up any ground in finishing in a tie for eighth place in the NCAA Southeast Regional.
The men's golf team couldn't get any real momentum going Tuesday, slipping into a tie for eighth place after two first rounds of the NCAA Southeast/Tuscaloosa Regional.
The men's golfers got off to a collective poor start Monday, but rebounded late to get back into contention after the first round in NCAA Regional action.
The men's golf team arrived Friday in Tuscaloosa in preparation for this week's NCAA Southeast/Alabama Regional, which begins Monday.
It was close as can be, but the men's golf team was invited to the NCAA Championships for the fourth straight season as CU will participate in the Alabama Regional which begins May 16, in Tuscaloosa.
This week's Athletes of the Week are Dani Jones (women's track and field) and Jeremy Paul (men's golf).
The men's golfers rebounded with the second-best final round, which propelled the Buffs into a sixth-place tie in the Pac-12 Conference Championships.
The men's golf team slipped two spots into eighth place Saturday after three rounds of the 57th Annual Pac-12 Conference Championships.
The men's golf team opened strong but one poor stretch sidetracked the Buffaloes, who are in sixth place at the halfway point of the Pac-12 Championships.
The men's golf team has arrived in Utah for the Pac-12 Golf Championships eager to show its colleagues they belong among the premier schools in the conference.
This week's Athletes of the Week are Sarah Brown (lacrosse) and Jeremy Paul, Jr. (men's golf). Brown led CU's strong defensive week as the Buffaloes outscored their opponents 39-4, posting a 2.00 GAA for the week. Junior Paul continued his record- breaking season as he lowered his stroke average to 70.45 (70.2 in the spring), thanks to his last five rounds all being in the 60s, a school record.
The men's golf team didn't get the chance to improve on its 10th place standing in The Maxwell, as the last round was cancelled due to poor weather.