UCSB Finishes Warrior Princeville Makai Invitational

The Gauchos finish 14th out of 18 teams in Hawaii
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Gauchos Take Fourth at Conference Championship

Led by sophomore Brett Silvernail’s first-place score, the UCSB golf team closed out the Big West Conference Championship yesterday with a fourth-place finish. The three-day competition held at the ...
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UCSB Places Fifth in Final Competition

In its final outing of the season, the UCSB men’s golf team finished fifth out of nine schools in the Big West Championship at the La Quinta Mountain Course on April 29, 30 and May 1. The Gauchos sh...
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Gauchos Tie Wyoming for 13th Place in Arizona

The UCSB men’s golf team tied the University of Wyoming to finish No. 13 out of 23 teams at the Wyoming Cowboy Classic in Scottsdale, Arizona. Santa Barbara shot an 848 at the two-day event, good fo...
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Gauchos Finish North Ranch Tourney, Will Compete in Fresno Next Weekend

The UCSB men’s golf team placed 12th out of 14 teams on Tuesday at the North Ranch Intercollegiate Tournament in Westlake Village. Overall the team shot 913, 73 over par. San Diego State took first ...
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Gauchos Place Seventh Out of Ten at Folino Invitational

The UCSB men’s golf team finished the Folino Invitational on Tuesday, placing seventh overall out of the 10 teams. The tournament was hosted by Cal State Fullerton at the Industry Hills Golf Club in...
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Golf Ready For Weekend Tournament

The UCSB Men’s Golf team will be competing in the Folino Invitational this weekend beginning on Saturday and finishing on Tuesday. The tournament will be held at the 36-hole Industry Hills Golf Cour...
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Gauchos Finish Lackluster Season at BW Tournament

Battling a challenging course and blistering heat, the UCSB golf team struggled to a sixth place finish in the Big West Tournament. The Gauchos — entering the day in sixth place — shot a 22-ove...
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Speace of Mind: Golf Needs Tiger…for Better or for Worse

Hearty congratulations to the new owner of the illustrious Green Jacket, but I can’t help but wonder, “What if?”
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