Oct. 30, 2012
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. -- Washington beat Michigan 14 ½ to 9 ½ in the singles portion of the Stanford Classic at Cypress Point Golf Club on Tuesday to end its fall season on a high note.
Gerrit Chambers, Charlie Hughes and Chris Williams each swept their matches to earn four points, Larry Iverson split his match to secure two points and Tyler Salsbury earned half a point. Trevor Simsby was shutout in his match.
Each match was worth a total of four points with one point being awarded for winning each of the front and back nine, plus two points was on the line for the end result.
Washington lost twice on Monday to end up in the eighth-place match.
The entered the Ryder-Cup style tournament seeded second, but dropped a 10-2 decision to Stanford in best ball. They also were on the short end of a 10-2 decision in alternating ball action vs. USC in the later round.
The Huskies were playing without All-American Cheng-Tsung Pan, who is competing in the Asian Amateur championship this week.
Washington is off until the spring season when the open at the Waikoloa Intercollegiate on The Big Island of Hawai'i in February.