Men's Golf

Huskies near the bottom after day one in Pullman

Despite being at even-par after two rounds at the Itani Quality Homes Invitational in Pullman on Monday, the Washington men’s golf team finds itself well off the pace set by its Pac-12 competition.

Huskies head across state for second tournament

Without two of its top performers last week, the Washington men’s golf team saw its streak of three-straight season-opening victories at the Kikkor Golf Husky Invitational come to an end.

Short-handed Huskies finish fourth in first fall tournament

For each of the past three seasons, the No. 15 Washington men’s golf team had used the home course advantage at the Kikkor Golf Husky Invitational to pick up its first team victory of the season.

Men's golf player to watch: Cheng Tsung Pan

A first-team All-American in 2013 and former No. 1 amateur in the world, senior Cheng-Tsung Pan has already established himself as one of the most decorated golfers in UW history. As the lone senior on the squad, he’ll be expected to provide a steadying presence on a team that will try to advance to match play at the NCAA Championships for the first time in three years. After competing in golf’s oldest major, the British Open, this summer, he’s likely ready for the challenge.

Men's golf: Mix of youth and experience could prove vital for No. 8 Huskies

A top-10 ranking is nothing new for the Washington men’s golf team. But this season, the No. 8 Huskies may be better positioned than ever to turn early-season recognition into end-of-the-year success.

Gaining steam

Jonathan Sanders trying to build off late-season surge

UW finishes 15th at NCAAs

The Washington men’s golf team ended its season in disappointing fashion Monday, as the Huskies finished poorly en route to a 15th place finish at the NCAA championships.

Huskies seek first national title in Kansas

Well, this is it.

This is where all the hard work pays off. Where stars can become legends. Where teams get remembered. And, most of all, it’s where titles are won.

It’s exactly where the Washington men’s golf team hoped to be when its season began. And now, in the final week of its 2013-14 campaign, the Huskies have finally reached their goal: they are playing in the NCAA championships.

Now all that’s left is a six-day battle to whittle the field down from 30 to eight to four to two to one. The one.

Sanders wins individual honors, propels UW to NCAAs

Jonathan Sanders’ outstanding weekend helped the No. 9 Washington men’s golf team finish second in the NCAA Raleigh Regional, earning the Huskies a bid to the NCAA championships.

Huskies in good shape after first day

After the first day of the NCAA Raleigh Regional, the Washington men’s golf team is sitting comfortably in second place at 10 strokes under par.