The San Diego State men’s golf team started off its season two weeks ago at the Kikkor Golf Husky Invitational. The team had a No.17 ranking going into the tournament.
The No. 23 San Diego State men’s golf team contended for a tournament victory this weekend at the Alister MacKenzie Invitational in Fairfax, but fell short once again.
After getting off to a rough start at The Prestige at PGA West in the opening round on Sunday in La Quinta, Calif., the San Diego State men’s golf team found itself sitting in sixth place behind the likes of unranked Washington, San Francisco and Arizona State.
San Diego State’s men’s golf team was forced to wait until the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate in Albuquerque, N.M on Friday to kick off their season.
The SDSU’s men’s golf team has quietly earned its right as a contender for the NCAA National Championship.
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In each of the past couple of seasons, the San Diego State men’s golf team has come closer to capturing the elusive Mountain West Conference Tournament championship it has never won.
Senior Stephanie Arcala, junior Malin Enarsson and sophomores Gina Clark and Christine Wong were starters last season when the San Diego State women’s golf team earned an NCAA Regional bid.
There have only been two golfers in the 39-year history of the Thunderbird Invitational to win the tournament in consecutive years.
Great athletes never shy away from pressure; they covet it.
At least that’s the philosophy San Diego State men’s golf team head coach Ryan Donovan preaches to all of his players.
Ranked 77th in the nation in recent polls, San Diego State is trying to string together some successful tournaments in order to maintain and improve its current position. SDSU is involved in simultaneous tournaments this week; the NMSU Price’s “Give “Em Five” Invitational in Las Cruces, N.M., and the Aztec Fall Classic in Chula Vista. The “A”-team is facing several ranked teams in Las Cruces today as the team heads into the final round in 12th place.
The transition from high school to college can be tough for any freshmen, but when Division I collegiate athletics are involved, it can be even more difficult.