Sophomore-to-be Corey Pereira continued his dominant run at the 48th Pacific Coast Amateur, winning the individual title by eight strokes.
Corey Pereira continued his red-hot play, firing a second-straight 62 to take over the lead at the Pacific Coast Amateur.
Husky senior Gerrit Chambers was honored for his work in the classroom with the announcement of the Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars.
Play continued at the 48th Pacific Coast Amateur Championship from Pine Canyon with Corey Pereira leading the Dawgs as he charged up the leaderboard.
Seven Huskies are playing this week in the 48th Pacific Coast Amateur at Pine Canyon.
With all Washington golf eyes on Cheng-Tsung Pan competing at the British Open, another Dawg came through with a big win in the amateur ranks.
Washington senior-to-be Cheng-Tsung Pan shot a round of 2-over 74 for the second-straight day at the 143rd Open Championship at Royal Liverpool. The first Husky to appear in golf's oldest had his tournament end, missing the cut by two strokes.
Cheng-Tsung Pan became the first Husky player to ever tee it up at the British Open on Thursday, firing a round of 2-over 74 at Hoylake
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Several Husky players continued to play well this summer as five Dawgs took part in the Pacific Northwest Men's Amateur Championship at Palouse Ridge Golf Club.
The Washington men's golf team had eight players competing in the Sahalee Players Championship.
Washington had two honorees with the announcement of the PING All-America awards.