The Washington State University men’s golf team travels to Stanford, Calif., to compete in The Goodwin hosted by Stanford University, March 28-30.
Formerly known as the United States Intercollegiate, Stanford's 46-year-old tournament was renamed The Goodwin prior to the 2014 edition in honor of former Stanford men's golf coach, Wally Goodwin. The Goodwin will span three days and features 54 holes of play beginning Friday at 8 a.m. The second round will play Saturday at 8 a.m., with the final round Sunday at 8 a.m.
The 6,727-yard Stanford Golf Course lies in the foothills overlooking Stanford's campus and will play at par-70. The course has hosted a number of notable events, including the Stanford Intercollegiate, Peg Barnard Intercollegiate, Pac-10 Championship, NCAA Regional, NCAA Women’s Championship, USGA Junior Amateur Qualifying, U.S. Open Qualifying, and The Gathering at the Farm.
Joining host school Stanford will be Colorado State, Fresno State, Loyola Marymount, Northwestern, Oregon, San Diego State, San Jose State, Saint Mary's (Calif.), TCU, UAB, UC Davis, UCLA, UNLV, USC, USF, Washington, and Washington State.
REPRESENTING WASHINGTON STATE
Competing for the Cougar men will be junior Michael Anderson, senior Jarrett Foote, redshirt junior Sang Lee, junior Charlie Mroz, and senior Blake Snyder.
HEAD COACH GARRETT CLEGG SAYS
"This is a great tournament. Outside of the Pac-12 Championships, it's probably one of the best tournaments that we play all year. I think our guys are really close to having a breakthrough. I'm hoping that's this weekend, and we can have a great tournament."
Live results will be available during tournament play at golfstat.com. Tournament results will be posted to wsucougars.com at the end of each day and at the conclusion of competition.