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Men's Golf Year-by-Year Review


1975-76
Senior Ron Streck was Tulsa's low golfer in all seven tournaments and captured medalist honors four times. Tulsa finished second in four tournaments including the Missouri Valley Conference Championships and won the Sooner Invitational. Streck set a course record when he shot a par-65 at the Sooner Invitational. He won medalist honors at the MVC Championships for the second straight season.
Team Members: O.G. Barlow, Scott Burkhart, Gerry Burten, Hank Haney, Rich Landsberg, Mike Lawson, Craig Minnich, Rick Silverman, Ron Streck, Scott Whitman

1976-77
Tulsa's best tournament finish was second-place at the Missouri Valley Conference Championships. Mike Lawson finished 10th at the MVC tournaments. The Hurricane placed third at the Great Plains Invitational, led by Mike Alsup's fifth-place finish individually.
Team Members: Mike Alsup, Scott Burkhart, Gerry Burten, Steve Chapman, Hank Haney, Rich Landsberg, Mike Lawson, Don Quint, Rick Silverman

1977-78
The Hurricane placed in the top six in four of nine tournaments, including a season-best second place performance at the MVC Championship. Tulsa was led by Garrett Deck in four tournaments. Deck finished sixth at the Oklahoma Intercollegiate, where the team finished fourth. Mike Alsup was the low scorer in each of the last two tournaments, including the MVC Championships. Alsup, who was an all-conference performer, represented the Hurricane as an individual at the NCAA Championships.
Team Members: Mike Alsup, Scott Burkhart, Steve Bush, Steve Chapman, Garrett Deck, Mike Lawson, Robert Lindsay, Ted Locke, Mike Nickell, Al Walker

1978-79
Tulsa's best showings were second place performances at the Oklahoma Intercollegiate and the Missouri Valley Conference Championships. Tulsa also had two fifth place finishes at the Southwest Spring Classic and the NE Louisiana Central Bank Classic. Individually, Art Romero was third in the Oklahoma Intercollegiate, while Steve Chapman, Monty James, and Garrett Deck each finished as Tulsa's low golfer two times each.
Team Members: Ted Brodzik, Steve Chapman, Garrett Deck, Monty James, Steve Layton, Bob Prince, Dwight Radler, Art Romero, Al Walker

1979-80
Tulsa had four top seven finishes, including a season-best second-place performance at the Missouri Valley Conference Championships. Tulsa placed fourth at the Shocker Classic, fifth at the Drake Relays Invitational, and seventh at the Pinehurst Intercollegiate. Art Romero and Ted Brodzik each placed second at the MVC tournament, while Romero also turned in a third-place finish at the Drake Relays.
Team Members: Bill Barrett, Ted Brodzik, Steve Chapman, Mike Donley, Fred Powers, Bob Prince, Dwight Radler, Art Romero

1980-81
Led by Ted Brodzik, Bill Barrett, and Fred Powers, the Golden Hurricane placed among the top-10 in seven of nine tournaments. Tulsa had a seaon-best second place showing at both the Southwest Spring Classic and the MVC Championships. Powers placed third individually at the MVC tourney, while Barrett turned in three low golfer honors for Tulsa and Brodzik was Tulsa's best finisher four times.
Team Members: Bill Barrett, Ted Brodzik, Ed Cuff, Mike Grace, Gary McDonald, Fred Powers, Bob Prince, Dwight Radler

1981-82
Former TU golfer Steve Chapman took over as the Tulsa golf coach. The Golden Hurricane won its first Missouri Valley Conference Championships behind the play of Ted Brodzik, who was the individual medalist with a round of 286.
Team Members: Ted Brodzik, Ed Cuff, Mike Grace, Gary McDonald, Fred Powers, Art Romero

1982-83
Don Zimmerman was in his first season as the TU golf coach. Gary McDonald and Fred Powers led the Hurricane, as Tulsa placed among the top-10 in three tournaments. The Hurricane turned in their best performance, 5th place, at the Missouri Valley Conference Championships.
Team Members: Bob Bayre, Ron Buhler, Mike Grace, Neale Jenkins, Gary McDonald, Jeff Morgan, Fred Powers, Don Rundle

1983-84
Gary McDonald was Tulsa's low golfer in four tournaments and had a top finish of third place at the UALR Invitational and a fourth place finish at the ORU Invitational. The team's best performances came at the UALR Invitational and the MVC Championships, where the Hurricane placed fourth.
Team Members: John Amis, Chris Coffin, Neale Jenkins, Gary McDonald, Kevin Purcell, Dave Pfiel

1984-85
Freshman Ashley Roeder was tops among Tulsa golfers in four tournaments, but Pete Womack's second place finish enabled the Golden Hurricane to win the Crossroads of America Invitational. Tulsa placed sixth at the MVC Championships, while Roeder led the way with a 10th place performance.
Team Members: John Amis, Chris Coffin, Frank Clark, Neale Jenkins, Larry Lewis, Dave Pfiel, Kevin Purcell, Ashley Roeder, Pete Womack,

1985-86
Tim Donnelly was Tulsa's low golfer five times, while Ashley Roeder finished as TU's low man in four tournaments. Tulsa placed third at the Missouri Valley Conference Championships, led by Dave Pfiel's third-place finish. The Hurricane had its second-best performance at the UALR Invitational, where it finished in fourth place.
Team Members: Chris Crawshaw, Tim Donnelly, David Frank, Greg Hathaway, Larry Lewis, Dave Pfiel, Ashley Roeder

1986-87
In Bill Brogden's first year as coach, Tulsa won the Shocker Classic and the MVC Championships and finished fifth in two other tournaments. Brogden, who was named the MVC Coach of the Year, came to Tulsa from Oral Roberts University and brought Andre Bossert, Sean Collard, and Darryl Court along with him. Bossert led the team individually at eight of 10 events. The MVC title was Tulsa's second in school history, as well as the second in the 1980's. In addition, Tulsa made its first appearance at the NCAA Championships since 1975. However, the Hurricane did not make the cut after the second round.
Team Members: Andre Bossert, Sean Collard, Darryl Court, Tim Donnelly, Greg Hathaway, Dave Pfiel, Ashley Roeder

1987-88
Tulsa won the MVC Championships for the second straight year and again represented the school at the NCAA Championships. Tulsa did not make the cut after two holes, but did finish 25th. Andre Bossert led the team in eight appearances and won medalist honors at the MVC tournament. Sean Collard had a season-best finish of fourth-place at the All-America Intercollegiate. Tulsa had 10 top ten appearances in 12 tournaments.
Team Members: Erik Andersson, Andre Bossert, Sean Collard, Darryl Court, Grant Downey, Ashley Roeder

1988-89
Tulsa achieved a national ranking for the first time in the team's history, as the Hurricane ranked as high as 14th nationally. The team finished in the top five in eight tournaments. However, Tulsa finished third in the MVC Championships, as Andre Bossert took runner-up honors. The Hurricane had eight top five finishes and placed among the top-10 in 11 of 12 tournaments. Tulsa's best finish was second-place at the Far Western Intercollegiate, where Tony DuPre placed fifth among the individuals. Tulsa also had three third place performances. Tulsa finished the year with a loss in a playoff at the NCAA Central Regional, and thus failed to qualify for the NCAA Championships.
Team Members: Erik Andersson, Andre Bossert, Sean Collard, Grant Downey, Tony DuPre, Kirk Fryer, Scott Petersen, Warren Pitman, Chris Riley, Dustin Schilling

1989-90
Once again, Tulsa was ranked among the top-20 teams in the nation. The Hurricane turned in a tremendous fall season with a first-place finish at their own PING Tour Tulsa Intercollegiate, two second-place performances at the Tucker Invitational and the S.I. C. Fall Classic, and a third-place finish at the Butler National. However, the spring season didn't treat the Hurricane as well. Tulsa placed better than sixth place only once and that was a first-place performance at the Missouri Valley Conference Championships, as freshman Scott Robertson took home medalist honors. Three other TU players, Tony DuPre (2nd), Grant Downey (4th), and Scott Petersen (7th), finished among the top seven and thus earned all-conference merits. Tulsa fell shy of qualifying for the NCAA Championship for the second straight year, by placing 12th at the NCAA Central Regional, falling short by two places.
Team Members: Erik Andersson, Grant Downey, Tony DuPre, Kirk Fryer, Scott Petersen, Warren Pitman, Chris Riley, Scott Robertson, Dustin Schilling

1990-91 Tulsa captured its second straight Missouri Valley Conference Championships and fourth in the last five years. Sophomore Scott Robertson won a first hole sudden death playoff against teammate Dustin Schilling to win MVC medalist honors for the second consecutive year. Robertson and Schilling earned all-conference honors. Tulsa placed among the top-5 in seven of 14 tournaments, including a second-place finish at the Western Intercollegiate. The Hurricane turned in fourth-place performance at their own PING Tour Tulsa Intercollegiate, the Hawaii-Hilo Big Isle Intercollegiate. Louisiana Classics and the Fresno State Golf Classic. The Hurricane found itself bouncing in and out of the top-20 polls all season. Tulsa placed 15th at the NCAA Central Regional.
Team Members: Erik Andersson, Scott Downey, Tony DuPre, Warren Pitman, Chris Riley, Scott Robertson, Dustin Schilling, Shannon Sykora

1991-92
The Hurricane was led by three underclassmen most of the season, including junior Scott Robertson and sophomore Shannon Sykora, both of whom had six top-25 finishes, and freshman Dennis Hillman, who had five top-25 performances on the season. The Hurricane's top outing was second place at the Kemira Intercollegiate, which saw Robertson take medalist honors with a 206 total. Tulsa was upset at the Missouri Valley Conference Championships by Illinois State, but Hillman turned in a second-place performance individually at the league event. Robertson, Hillman and senior Warren Pitman earned all-Missouri Valley Conference honors.
Team Members: Scott Downey, Tony DuPre, Matt Ferraro, Dennis Hillman, Warren Pitman, Scott Robertson, Dustin Schilling, Shannon Sykora

1992-93
Tulsa was ineligible for the Missouri Valley Conference Championships as well as the NCAA Championships due to the school's NCAA track probation. Tulsa completed the fall campaign with a first place team finish at the South Alabama Invitational. The Hurricane completed the 36-hole tournament with rounds of 297 and 299 for a 596 total. Tulsa won in a team playoff against South Florida. Tulsa's next best finish was seventh-place at the International Intercollegiate in Mexico. Individually, freshman Scott Gibson led the way with a 74.4 stroke average, followed by Scott Robertson's 75.1, Dennis Hillman's 75.4 and Shannon Sykora's 75.7. Sykora, a junior, had Tulsa's top individual performance by capturing third place at the South Alabama Invitational, while sophomore Dennis Hillman finished seventh at the same event.
Team Members: Tim Beans, John Dalzell, Scott Downey, Matt Ferraro, Scott Gibson, Dennis Hillman, Scott Robertson, Shannon Sykora

1993-94 The Hurricane finished in the top-5 in five of 13 tournaments, including a season-best first place performance at the Missouri Valley Conference Championships, as the Hurricane captured a 19-stroke victory over second place Wichita State. Freshman Clint Jensen and junior Dennis Hillman placed one-two at the league championship. Tulsa had third place showings at the Louisiana Intercollegiate, the Crown Colony and the Louisiana Classics, while finishing in fourth place at the All-American Intercollegiate. The Hurricane just missed on a bid to the NCAA Championships, finishing 13th at the NCAA Central Regional. Sophomore Scott Gibson and Hillman finished one-two in overall stroke average for the Hurricane at 73.6 and 73.7, respectively.
Team Members: John Dalzell, Scott Downey, Matt Ferraro, Scott Gibson, Dennis Hillman, Clint Jensen, Shawn Strohman, Shannon Sykora

1994-95
Tulsa placed 11th at the NCAA Championships and finished the season among the nation's elite teams. Tulsa captured the most tournament titles (3) in the last 20 years, and finished in the top-5 in nine of 13 tournaments. The Hurricane took team medalist honors at the Tennessee Tournament of Champions in the first fall tournament, while also capturing their own PING Tulsa Invitational title during the fall season. Tulsa also won a second straight Missouri Valley Conference crown. For the Hurricane, senior Dennis Hillman led the way most of the year finishing in the top 15 in 10 tournaments. Junior Scott Gibson, sophomore Clint Jensen and a pair of freshmen, Michael Boyd and Fredrik Soderstrom, each shared in the team's success. Gibson's best finish was fourth place at the MVC Championships, while Boyd captured medalist honors at the MVC Championships. Soderstrom and Jensen each turned in season-best performances at the MVC meet as well, finishing, third and fourth, respectively. All five of those golfers earned MVC all-conference honors.
Team Members: Michael Boyd, Billy Brown, John Dalzell, Scott Gibson, Dennis Hillman, Clint Jensen, Fredrik Soderstrom

1995-96
Tulsa was invited to open the season at the Topy Cup in Japan and then followed that by hosting the PING Tulsa Invitational, where the Hurricane captured second place for its best fall finish. In the spring, Tulsa captured three first place finishes with tournament victories at the Mercedes-Benz Championship, Louisiana Classics and the Missouri Valley Conference Championship for the third year in a row. However, a 19th place performance at the NCAA Central Regional doomed any chances for an NCAA Championship berth. Individually, three Tulsa players captured medalist honors during the campaign, including Clint Jensen, Scott Gibson and Michael Boyd. Gibson, Boyd and John Dalzell each were all-conference selections.
Team Members: Michael Boyd, Billy Brown, John Dalzell, Scott Gibson, Clint Jensen, Fredrik Soderstrom, David Wahlgren

1996-97
Although the Hurricane placed 14th out of 20 teams in the first fall tournament, senior Clint Jensen won individual honors with an eight-under par score of 208. Two second place performances during the fall raised the hopes of the Hurricane squad. Tulsa placed second at the Missouri Bluffs as freshman Martin Maritz captured individual medalist honors. The Hurricane also finished in second place at The Nelson to complete the fall campaign. During the spring season four seventh-place performances were the best the Hurricane could muster, including a seventh-place finish in the tough Western Athletic Conference for the first-year member Golden Hurricane. Tulsa just missed an opportunity to advance to the NCAA Championships with a 12th place showing at the NCAA Central Regional. Junior Michael Boyd and senior Clint Jensen led the way most of the season for the Hurricane.
Team Members: Michael Boyd, Billy Brown, Todd Eaker, Jason Gorman, Clint Jensen, Martin Maritz, Frederik Soderstrom, David Wahlgren

1997-98
In 13 tournaments, the Hurricane put together two consecutive first-place finishes during the spring season. Tulsa placed first at the nine-team UTEP Collegiate with a 54-hole score of 915, following an even-par final round of 288. Senior Fredrick Soderstrom placed second overall, followed by sophomore Martin Maritz's fourth-place finish and senior Michael Boyd coming in seventh place. The Hurricane backed up that performance with another first-place finish by posting an 896 total at the 15-team Louisiana Classic, while Boyd led the Hurricane with a fifth-place finish, followed by junior David Wahlgren's eighth-place showing. Tulsa narrowly followed that tournament with a third team title, but the Hurricane finished in second-place at the 15-team Birkdale Collegiate Classic. Tulsa had identical 13th place finishes at the Western Athletic Conference Championships and NCAA Regional. At the regional, Tulsa fell six strokes shy of qualifying for the NCAA Championships. Boyd earned all-conference honors, while he and Maritz were ranked 37th and 56th nationally, respectively, in the Mastercard Collegiate Rankings.
Team Members: Michael Boyd, Tobias Dahlberg, Todd Eaker, Jason Gorman, Kevin Henry, Martin Maritz, Shawn Matthews, Brooks Ratzlaff, Frederik Soderstrom, David Wahlgren

1998-99
Junior Martin Maritz was the leader of this Golden Hurricane team, finishing among the top-20 in nine of 15 tournaments. Tulsa's best team finish was fourth-place at the 15-team Louisiana Classics, while Maritz captured first-place at that event with rounds of 72-68-71 for a five-under par 211. The Hurricane added five more top-10 finishes during the year. Although the Hurricane placed 21st at the NCAA Central Regionals, Maritz finished third overall, and thus qualified for the NCAA Championships field as an individal. At the regional, Maritz shot rounds of 67-78-70 for a two-over par 215. In two rounds at the NCAA Championships, Maritz shot 76-75 but failed to make the cut. He was an honorable mention All-America selection and finished the season with a team-best 73.3 stroke average.
Team Members: Pieter Botha, Todd Eaker, Jason Gorman, Kevin Henry, Martin Maritz, Shawn Matthews, David Wahlgren

1999-00
It was an All-America season for Martin Maritz, as the senior earned second-team All-America honors, was named the Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year, won the WAC individual title and ended the season ranked among the top-15 players in the nation. As a team, the Hurricane placed among the top-10 in nine of 13 tournaments, while Maritz finished among the top-20 in all 13 events, including the top-five seven times. Tulsa's top team performance was third-place at the Southwest Classic. Maritz won individual titles at The Nelson with rounds of 67-68-68 for a 10-under 203 score, and at the WAC Championships with a three-under par 213 total. As a team, Tulsa placed fourth in the eight-team field at the WAC Championships. Maritz ended the season with a 71.0 stroke average, while the next best average of 75.2 came from fellow senior Todd Eaker.
Team Members: Todd Eaker, Jason Gorman, Kevin Henry, Martin Maritz, Shawn Matthews, Marc Zien

2000-01
With in influx of freshmen, five to be exact, the Golden Hurricane turned in its best season since perhaps 1995, Tulsa's last appearance at the NCAA Championships. A pair of freshmen led the charge in the likes of David Inglis and Logan Goettsch, while junior Kevin Henry turned in his best season. Inglis placed among the top-20 in all 114 tournaments and was the medalist at the LSU Spring Invitational and the Western Athletic Conference championship. As a team, the Hurricane placed among the top-5 teams in nine tournaments including second four times. Tulsa's lone victory was at the prestigious Perry Maxell in Ardmore, Oklahoma, as the Hurricane outdistanced some of the nation's top teams. At the WAC Championship, Tulsa fell by one shot to TCU, but Inglis garnered the individual title. Inglis went on to earn second-team All-America accolades. Tulsa placed 11th in a field of 27 teams at the NCAA Central Regional, and narrowly missed advancing to the NCAA Championships.
Team Members: Aaron Bell, Logan Goettsch, Kevin Henry, David Inglis, Billy Lowry, Shawn Matthews, Chris Noel, Neil Trimm, Marc Zien

2001-02
Tulsa snapped a six-year drought of not qualifying for the NCAA Championship with a third-place performance at the NCAA Central Regional. Thus, the Hurricane turned in a school-best ninth place finiah at the NCAA Championships with rounds of 281-289-284-296 for a 1150 total. Tulsa entered the final day in second place, before finishing in ninth place overall. Individually, Chris Noel placed 17th, while Billy Lowry finished in 27th place and Neil Trimm placed 30th overall. The Hurricane also captured its first WAC Championship, in its sixth year as a member of the Western Athletic Conference. In the fall, Tulsa's best finish was fifth-place at the Duke Golf Classic. In the spring season, the Hurricane placed among the top-5 six times in nine events, with two first-place finishes and two second-place performances. Tulsa won the Matlock Invitational and claimed the school's first WAC title in men's golf. It was team effort throughout the season for the Hurricane, as four golfers had sub-74.0 stroke averages. Five different golfers was Tulsa's top finisher in at least one tournament. Sophomore David Inglis, the WAC's individual medallist for the second straight year, carded a team-best 72.5 stroke average. Fellow sophomores Chris Noel and Neil Trimm had 73.1 and 73.7 averages, while senior Kevin Henry had a 73.6 stroke average. Noel and Lowry each earned honorable mention All-America honors.
Team Members: Aaron Bell, Kevin Henry, David Inglis, Billy Lowry, Chris Noel, Neil Trimm, Marc Zien

2002-03
Junior David Inglis matched the success he enjoyed as a freshman two years earlier to pace the Golden Hurricane and earn second-team All-America honors for the second time in his career. Tulsa began both the fall and spring seasons slowly, finishing in 11th place at the Kiawah Island Intercollegiate in the fall and 16th at the Ping Arizona Intercollegiate in the spring. The Hurricane did not have a top-5 finish in the fall, but during the spring campaign placed first or second in five out of nine events. Tulsa claimed the team title at the Matlock Invitational and placed second at the Louisiana Classics, The Intercollegiate, WAC Championships and The Maxwell. At the WAC Championships, Tulsa was looking to defend its title but finished just three strokes behind tournament winner Fresno State. The Hurricane failed to qualify for the NCAA Championships with a 23rd place performance at the NCAA Central Regional. Inglis had 10 top-10 finishes, including a stretch of seven tournaments in which he placed no lower than third. Fellow junior Chris Noel had seven top-20 performances and won his first collegiate event at The Intercollegiate with a six-under par score. Inglis claimed two individual titles, including the Louisiana Classics crown and won his third straight WAC title. He needed a three-hole playoff to defeat Fresno State's Nick Watney for the WAC's individual crown. Inglis earned first-team all-WAC honors, while Noel was a second-team selection.
Team Members: Aaron Bell, Tyler Carson, David Inglis, Billy Lowry, Chris Noel, Marc Zien

2003-04
Tulsa's David Inglis ended a spectacular career with his fourth straight Western Athletic Conference individual title, becoming just the first player in league history to do so, and only the second-ever male collegiate golfer to win four straight conference championships (the other was Texas' Justin Leonard). In his career, Inglis had 38 top-20 finishes and 23 top-10 performances in 52 tournaments. He finished among the top-5 in 23 events and won eight career tournaments. While seniors, Inglis and Chris Noel, brought maturity to the team, the Hurricane had five freshmen on the squad as well. Inglis also earned first-team all-WAC honors for the fourth straight year, while Noel was a second-team performer for the second straight season. As a team, Tulsa placed among the top-5 in six of 12 tournaments. Tulsa's best finish was second place at the WAC Championships, while the Hurricane also placed third once and fourth four times. Tulsa missed a chance at the NCAA Championships, by finishing in 18th place at the NCAA Central Regional.
Team Members: Aaron Bell, Tyler Carson. Mitch Cohlmia, Tully Coyle, Ryan Henry, David Inglis, Sam Korbe, Brett Myers, Chris Noel, Marc Zien

2004-05 With a roster consisting of five sophomores, the Golden Hurricane posted eight top-5 finishes in a total of 13 tournaments. Tulsa's best fall performance was fourth-place in a field of 12 teams at The Landfall Tradition, while in the spring the Hurricane finished among the top-5 seven times. Tulsa finished in a first-place tie with SMU at the WAC Championships, while placing second at the Louisiana Classics. The Hurricane also had third-place performances at the Ping Arizona Intercollegiate and the Morris Williams Intercollegiate. Tulsa finished in fourth-place at the NCAA Central Regional, thus qualifying for the NCAA Championships for the eighth time in school history. Tulsa placed 29th in the field of 30 teams at the NCAA Championships. Individually, Tulsa had three golfers finish the season with sub-74 rounds. Sam Korbe earned WAC second-team all-conference honors, while Korbe, Mitch Cohlmia and Ryan Henry were all-Central Region selections.
TEAM MEMBERS: Ryan Brooks, Tyler Carson, Mitch Cohlmia, Ryan Henry, Austin Hackett, Sam Korbe, Brett Myers

2005-06
Tulsa started the season out strong with second-place performances at the Kansas Invitational and the Mattaponi Springs, the first two events of the year. Tulsa went on to post three more top-3 showings on the year. Tulsa placed second at the Gator Invitational and third at both The Landfall Tradition and C-USA Championships. Tulsa juniors -- Mitch Cohlmia, Ryan Henry, Sam Korbe and Ryan Henry -- were all named GCAA Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar Athletes. Korbe was a first-team all-Conference USA selection, while Cohlmia earned second-team honors. Freshman Nicolas Geyger was named the C-USA Freshman of the Year, while also earning all-freshman team honors.
TEAM MEMBERS: Ryan Brooks, Tyler Carson, Jake Chominsky, Mitch Cohlmia, Nicolas Geyger, Austin Hackett, Ryan Henry, Sam Korbe, Rob Laird, Brett Myers

2006-07
Tulsa turned in a spectacular season by finishing among the top three in nine of 13 tournaments, including four first-place finishes, four second-place performances and one third-place outing. The Hurricane won tournament titles in the fall season at the Oklahoma Intercollegiate and The Landfall Tradition. Tulsa captured the Conference USA title and won the NCAA Central Regional. TU golfers claimed seven individual titles, as five team members won at least one tournament title, while two -- Mitch Cohlmia and Nicolas Geyger -- garnered medalist honors twice. Cohlmia and Brett Myers earned firs-team all-conference honors, while Sam Korbe and Ryan Henry were second team selections. Head Coach Bill Brogden was named the C-USA Coach of the Year. Heading into the school's ninth appearance at the NCAA Championships, Tulsa has placed among the top-3 in its last six events, winning two and placing second three times. Tulsa was nationally ranked among the top-25 nearly the entire spring season, and entered the NCAA Tournament ranked 16th in the GolfWeek/Sagarin Ratings poll and 19th in the final Golf World/Nike Coaches poll.
TEAM MEMBERS: Ryan Brooks, Jake Chominsky, Mitch Cohlmia, Nicolas Geyger, Austin Hackett, Ryan Henry,, Sam Korbe, Rob Laird, Brett Myers, Philip Reiser