Even without a win this week, former NCAA’ers still made their presence at the Memorial Tournament known. 59 former college golfers representing 40 colleges or universities from 17 conferences cashed checks totaling more than $3.75M. Illinois was the biggest mover of the week. Former Illini are now ranked #17 on the PGA Tour – up …
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Despite not claiming a win in Houston from either Matt Kuchar or Cameron Tringale, the Yellow Jackets on the PGA Tour took a significant step towards reeling in #1 ranked Georgia.
There were plenty of good stories this past week in professional golf but none better (unless you are Woody Austin) than Phil Mickelson winning his 1st Open Championship at Muirfield. I’m never disappointed to see Phil win, even if there are others in the field I’d rather see win more. He’s a great champion, a …
Arizona State moves up in the team rankings this week from no.11 to no. 4 after the Phoenix Open win from Phil Mickelson. This spot has proven to be a comfortable for former Sun Devils on the PGA Tour.
The field is set for the 2012 HP Byron Nelson Championship and the #1 ranked Oklahoma State Cowboys are exposed. OSU has only 3 Rivals Cup eligible players with tee times. While it’s extremely unlikely that there will be a new number 1 on Monday, several schools are poised to close the gap.
The 2012 PGA Tour season has not been short on exciting finishes and this weekend at Riviera was no different. I have to admit that I was pulling hard for Mickelson to win so that the PAC12 would close the rankings gap on the ACC on the PGA Tour, but honestly how can you not …
Another exciting Sunday on the PGA Tour this past weekend. I had predicted early (via Twitter) in the tournament, that the PAC12 conference would make a move up the Rivals Cup rankings, and they did…just not with the guy I thought would get the win.
Jered Weaver was the leading point-earner for Long Beach State. We are currently working on some MLB playoff posts, but as a matter of house-keeping, here are you final rankings for the 2011 MLB season. While there aren’t many surprises since the last rankings update, I’m guessing only astute baseball fans would have known that …
Bill Haas and Webb Simpson have Wake Forest ranked #2 on the PGA Tour. So the race for the FedExCup on the PGATour has reached it’s final stop and the field is down to 30 players. Of those 30 players, 21 played college golf in the United States and they represent 17 schools from 9 …