First the first time in the 59-year history of the program, the Jacksonville University men’s golf team saw six different players earn postseason honors, as the ASUN Conference announced this year’s award recipients at its annual year-end banquet Saturday evening, just before the start of the 2018 ASUN Championship.
Students and coaches from Jacksonville University’s 18 varsity sports, as well as athletic staff, walked the red carpet at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront Monday evening at the 4th Annual JAXSPYS Awards.
Playing in its first competition in three weeks and the final tournament before the 2018 ASUN Championship, the Jacksonville University men’s golf team is in action this week at the Gary Koch Invitational in North Carolina.
A tournament-best 11-under 277 came off the clubs of the Jacksonville University men’s golf team Sunday afternoon, allowing the squad to move into second place in day one of The John Hayt Invitational.
Guided by a career-best round from freshman Michael Sakane and rounds under 70 from three members of the Jacksonville University men’s golf team’s five-man squad, the team took home second place at the 2018 Seminole Intercollegiate Sunday afternoon.
Senior Raul Pereda led the way for the Jacksonville University men’s golf team for the third time in tournament play this season, as the Dolphins concluded competition at the 2018 SunTrust Gator Invitational, Sunday afternoon.
Fresh off hosting the 2018 Sea Best Invitational at TPC Sawgrass, the Jacksonville University men’s golf team is back in action this weekend, competing in the Sunshine State for the third straight week.
Tied for 15th after 18 holes, the men’s golf team of Jacksonville University played 20-under-par through the final 36 holes of the 2017 Quail Valley Intercollegiate, which helped the Dolphins move up four spots in a highly-competitive field into 11th. JU tied its previous 54-hole best at the tourney of 848, set in 2016-17.
Tied for 15th after 18 holes in the 2017 Quail Valley Intercollegiate, the men’s golf team used the second-lowest score of the day to move up five spots in the second round of play on Monday. The Dolphins are now tied for 10th heading into the final round, trailing third place Maryland by just seven strokes.
Finishing five spots higher on the team leaderboard than it did last season, Jacksonville University’s men’s golf team wrapped the final 18 holes of the 2017 Tar Heel Intercollegiate by taking home second place. The Dolphins had the fifth-best 54-hole performance in program history, totaling 838 after three rounds to finish 26 under par.