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Finishing 10th at NCAA Stanford Regional

May 17, 2017

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Team Rounds Score
123 F
t1.  #9 Baylor 277 265 281 823 -17
t1  #4 Stanford 271 278 274 823 -17
3.  #27 Pepperdine 281 274 280 835 -5
4.  #15 Oklahoma 280 277 280 837 -3
5.  #33 North Carolina 288 278 277 843 +3
6.  #21 Georgia Tech 287 273 284 844 +4
7.  #41 North Florida 279 281 285 845 +5
8.  #45 BYU 278 282 292 852 +12
9.  Ohio State 288 294 284 866 +26
10.  #51 Houston 281 285 301 867 +27
11.  UC Santa Barbara 296 290 288 874 +34
12.  Sacramento State 300 290 298 888 +48
13.  South Dakota State 301 289 309 899 +59

HOUSTON LEADERS
123 F
t33.  Matt Scobie 70 72 73 215 +5
t46.  Michael Perras 69 71 77 217 +7
t48.  Papito Gonzalez 70 70 78 218 +8
t65.  Zach Tracy 79 72 75 226 +16
t68.  Pryce Beshoory 72 79 76 227 +17

OVERALL LEADERS
123 F
1.  Brad Dalke
 Oklahoma
65 64 69 198 -12
2.  #51 Cooper Dossey
 Baylor
68 66 67 201 -9
3.  #3 Maverick McNealy
 Stanford
65 67 70 202 -8
t4.  #19 Sahith Theegala
 Pepperdine
71 68 67 206 -4
t4.  #37 Franklin Huang
 Stanford
67 71 68 206 -4
t4.  #62 Brandon Wu
 Stanford
70 71 65 206 -4

STANFORD, Calif. – Competing in his final collegiate round, University of Houston senior Matt Scobie led the Cougars with a score of 73 during the Final Round at the NCAA Stanford Regional.

A native of Ajax, Ontario, Canada, Scobie overcame a slow start that saw him post four bogeys on his first seven holes on the 6,727-yard, par-70 layout at Stanford Golf Course. However, he rebounded with a pair of birdies on his second nine for a team-leading 73 and tied for 33rd overall at 215.

Junior and two-time All-American Athletic Conference honoree Michael Perras finished with a three-day score of 217 to tie for 46th. Fellow All-Conference selection Papito Gonzalez tied for 48th at 218.

Redshirt freshman Zach Tracy tied for 68th at 226, while true freshman Pryce Beshoory tied for 68th at 227.

No. 4 Stanford and No. 9 Baylor tied for the team championship with scores of 823. No. 27 Pepperdine (835), No. 15 Oklahoma (837) and No. 33 North Carolina (843) finished among the top-five leaders and advanced to compete at the NCAA Championships.

No. 21 Georgia Tech (844), No. 41 North Florida (845), No 45 BYU (866) and Ohio State (867) rounded out the top nine.

Individually, Oklahoma’s Brad Dalke recorded his third straight round in the 60s and captured medalist honors with a score of 12-under 198. Baylor’s Cooper Dossey finished second at 201, while Stanford’s Maverick McNealy finished third at 202.

North Florida’s Travis Trace finished 10th at 2-under 208 and advanced to the NCAA Championships as an individual.


NCAA REGIONALS HISTORY
This marked the 20th NCAA Regional appearance in Houston history. It was the the program’s sixth straight NCAA Regional berth under Director of Golf Jonathan Dismuke’s leadership.


During its history, Houston has recorded one NCAA Regional team championship, four individual titles and nine top-five finishes.

The Cougars enjoyed individual champions in the 2015 and 2016 NCAA Regionals. Perras captured the championship at the NCAA Franklin Regional in 2016, and Blair Hamilton won the NCAA Lubbock Regional in 2015.

With his 2017 American Championship title, Perras became the first Cougar in school history to win NCAA Regional and conference championship titles during his career.


AT STANFORD
This was the first time the Cougars competed at Stanford during NCAA Regional play. However, it marked Houston’s third NCAA postseason appearance there.


The Cougars captured the 1966 NCAA team national championship with the 1981 team finishing third at Stanford Golf Course.


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