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WCC Men’s Golf Fall Recap

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West Coast Conference Men’s Golf Update 

FALL, 2015 WCC STATS 

West Coast Conference men’s golf programs turned in outstanding individual and team performances during the 2015 Fall season. 

Team Champions
Saint Mary’s (2)
Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic – Sept. 21-22 (Notre Dame)
     -2, 850 (285, 285, 280)

Nick Watney Invitational – Oct. 5-6 (Fresno State)
     -27, 825 (283, 270, 272) 

Loyola Marymount (1)
Bill Cullum Invite – Oct. 19-20 (CSU Northridge)
     -22, 842 (283, 276, 283) 

Individual Medalists
Jonathan De Los Reyes, Saint Mary’s (1)
     -6, 207 (69, 71, 67) – Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic
Pavan Sagoo, Saint Mary’s (1)
     -16, 197 (68, 64, 65) – Nick Watney Invitational
Hayden Shieh, Santa Clara (1)
     -9, 207 (69, 70, 68) – Cabo Del Sol Intercollegiate
Sean Walsh, Gonzaga (1)
     -5, 208 (73, 69, 66) – Saint Mary’s Invitational 

West Coast Conference Golf
By The Numbers

819 – New 54-hole tournament program record for Pepperdine, set at the 2015 Alister MacKenzie Invitational

282.13 – Team stroke average for Saint Mary’s, tops in the WCC for the 2015 Fall season

267 – Lowest round (17-under) of the fall turned in by defending #WCCchamps Pepperdine. It marks the second lowest round in program history for the Waves.

32 – Total number of top-10 finishes posted by student-athletes

19 – Total number of top-five finishes posted by student-athletes

18 – Number of student-athletes with a stroke average of 72.50 or lower

14 – Number of student-athletes who carded at least one round of 67 or lower

11 – Number of eagles registered by Pepperdine, the best in the WCC

8 – Number of eagles carded by Bay Area rivals Saint Mary’s and San Francisco

6 – Number of 64 rounds turned in by WCC student-athletes

4 – Number of WCC teams in the GolfStat Top-40 (Saint Mary’s (2), Pepperdine (8), San Francisco (30), Santa Clara (34) 

2015-16 WCC Golfers of the Month
Jonathan De Los Reyes, Saint Mary’s – September
Frederick Wedel, Pepperdine - October