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No. 7 Ducks L.A.-Bound For 25th NCAA Trip
Release Date: 05/28/2012
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NCAA Championships
Tuesday-Sunday, May 29-June 3, 2012
Riviera Country Club, Los Angeles, Calif.
54 holes (1 round each day) Stroke Play / Match Play (8 teams) - Final 3 Days
Par / Yardage:
71, 7292
Daily First Tee Time (1st/10th Holes):
7 a.m. Pacific Time each day Live Results Link:

Teams (Current Golfstat rankings):
Texas (1), Alabama (2), California (3), Auburn (4), UCLA (5), USC (6), Oregon (7), Washington (8), Stanford (9), North Florida (11), Texas A&M (15), Virginia (16), Kent State (17), Florida (18), Florida State (19), UCF (20), Georgia (23), Iowa (25), Liberty (26), Illinois (32), East Carolina (30), Chattanooga (31), UAB (34), TCU (36), St. Mary’s (37), Memphis (38), Long Beach State (42),Virginia Tech (43), Lamar (50), Tulsa (52), N.C. State (53), Iowa State (54), San Diego State (71), Campbell (79), Pepperdine (89)

EUGENE – Next week, the No. 7-ranked University of Oregon men’s golf team takes on the nation’s top teams in its 25th NCAA Championships trip in school history and fourth under sixth-year head coach
Casey Martin.

The 30-team event features three rounds of stroke play in three days at the Riviera Country Club in Los Angeles, Calif., on Tuesday-Thursday, May 29-31. The top eight teams then advance to match play with the quarterfinal on Friday, June 1, semifinal on Saturday, June 2, and final on Sunday, June 3.

Thanks to its top-five finish in the Ann Arbor Regional last weekend, the Ducks (second, 288-274-280-842) staked their fourth, top-two regional placing under Martin.

Two years ago, UO tied for third in the 2010 NCAA Championships and enjoyed its best-ever placing in program history. Martin’s other youth-laden squads in '09 and '08 placed 22nd and 27th, respectively.

This week, two Duck seniors rank 11 nationally – Pac-12 Player of the Year
Eugene Wong (fourth, 70.24) and fellow All-Pac-12 First-Team honoree Daniel Miernicki (11th, 70.59).

Besides Wong and Miernicki, three other Ducks stood top 250 this week – senior
Andrew Vijarro (153rd, 72.59), freshman Jonathan Woo (164th, 73.21) and redshirt junior Robbie Ziegler (179th, 73.06).

More NCAA regional information is available at the and websites

Daniel Miernicki: 2009 – 36th, 75-71-73-219; 2010 – 103rd-t, 70-80-75-225
Eugene Wong: 2009 – 89th-t, 75-72-78-225; 2010 – 9th-t, 69-72-71-212
Andrew Vijarro: 2009 – 104th-t, 78-75-74-227; 2010 – 72nd-t, 76-71-74-221
Robbie Ziegler: 2009 – 132nd-t, 78-77-78-233

Oregon has made three of its 24 prior NCAA appearances under the guidance of sixth-year head coach
Casey Martin. In that span, the team's third-place tie in 2010 was its best-ever in program history, and one place better than its showing in 1959. His other youth-laden squads in '09 and '08 placed 22nd and 27th, respectively.

UO's all-time finishes in order of placing follow: third - 2010 (Stroke Play-861), fourth (1959 - 574), seventh (197 - 1228), 10th (1976 - 1194), 11th (1978 - 1188), 14th (1948 - 616; 1956 - 620; 1970 - 1208), 15th (1957 - 632), 16th (1960 - 628; 1975 - 1215), 17th (1947 - 638), 18th (1950 - 619; 1986 - 1192; 1999 - 614), 22nd (1983 - 907; 2003 - 924; 2009 - 897); 23rd (1990 - 1206), 27th (1981 - 904; 1998 - 590; 2008 - 935), 30th (1987 - 926) and 32nd (1964 - 640)

Ranked top 15 nationally all season long, No. 7-ranked Oregon features one of its most talented squads ever, composed of four seniors who have led UO to team wins in six events and three individual victories in 2011-12.

Eugene Wong has led the team in the final standings of five of its 12 stroke play events. His win in the Alister MacKenzie Invitational (65-63-67-195) last fall was his third career-wise, and his school-record 18-under score was a career best by eight strokes.

Among his 37 rounds this season, he has a team-best 22 under-par rounds (and another at par), and has paced the team 17 times. In 2011-12, besides his Alister MacKenzie Invitational victory, he added two runner-up finishes in the Oregon Duck Invitational (-6) and U.S. Intercollegiate (even) and a third-place finish in the Gifford Collegiate ((-7).

Nationally this week in the Golfstat rankings, the 2010 Nickalaus Award winner stood fourth overall (70.24, +0.367) not far behind national leader and Texas frosh Jordan Spieth (70.68).

Four other Ducks rank top 250 this week - seniors Daniel Miernicki (11th, 70.59), Andrew Vijarro (153rd, 72.59)), freshman Jonathan Woo (164th, 73.21) and redshirt junior Robbie Ziegler (179th, 73.06).

The three-time All-Pac-12 First-Team choice Miernicki had the team's hottest start last fall, and opened with nine straight rounds of par or better, including seven under-par. He has led the team in 12 rounds this year, including six of the last 11.

The former honorable mention All-American posted his second U.S. Intercollegiate victory in late March (66-72-66-204 (-6)) – his fifth career win – and five days after he placed third in the Oregon Duck Invitational (71-69-72-212 (-4)). In early April, he added another of his eight top-10 finishes in the Western Intercollegiate (ninth, 73-70-69-212). The past month, he staked three straight runner-up finishes in the Aggie Invitational (73-70-74-217), Pac-12 Championships (68-72-66-71-277) and NCAA Ann Arbor Regional (71-65-70-206).

In the fall, Miernicki posted top-20 placings in his first four events - the St. Mary's Invitational (3rd, 72-68-70-210), The Prestige (fifth, 70-69-68-207), Alister MacKenzie Invitational (12th-t, 67-68-71-206) and the Gifford Collegiate (20th-t, 73-73-72-218) – and also in the Bandon Dunes Championship in early March (15th-t, 73-57-72-220).

Vijarro staked his first collegiate win in the Oregon Duck Invitational (71-70-69-210) at the Eugene Country Club in late March. The Bend, Ore., native shot three, same-tourney, under-par scores for the second time in his career. His six-under score was his third under-par tourney total this season and ninth career-wise (and only three off his career best (-9) that came in The Prestige event last fall (fifth, 68-71-68-207)).

Among other spring highlights, he placed 12th in the Bandon Dunes Championship (71-74-74-219) and top 25 in the Aggie Invitational (20th-t, 78-79-71-228), Pac-12 Championships (21st-t, 79-72-68-72-291 (+3)) and U.S. Intercollegiate (25th-t, 69-74-74-217).

In other fall action, he added two more top-20 finishes in the St. Mary's Invitational (20th-t, 73-72-76-221) and Gifford Collegiate (17th, 75-74-68-217). His other fall effort - the Alister MacKenzie Invitational - featured two under-par rounds (31st, 73-69-69-211).

Overall in Oregon history, Miernicki, Wong and Vijarro rank 1-2-3 in career rounds of par or better (89-81-57).

Redshirt junior
Robbie Ziegler played three fall events for the Ducks in 2011 after redshirting the 2010-11 campaign. The Canby, Ore., native kicked off the season with a 15th-place finish in the St. Mary's Invitational (20th-t, 73-72-76-221), and his two-under second-round is his season best and among 8 under-par scores on the campaign (to go along with two more at par).

In the spring, Ziegler led UO’s team entries in the Bandon Dunes Championship in the overall results (ninth, 70-74-72-216) for the first time this year. He added top-25 overall placings in his late March/early April outings - the Oregon Duck Invitational (eighth-tie, 73-71-71-215 (-1)), U.S. Intercollegiate (fifth-tie, 68-70-72-210 (E)) and Aggie Invitational (21st-t, 72-74-71-74-291)).

Ranked top 250 for the first time in his career the past month, freshman
Jonathan Woo jumped 84 places this week to his season-high national ranking (164th, 73.21). The Singapore native has shot par or better scores in four of his last five rounds in the Pac-12 Championships and NCAA Regional to give him six overall among his 19 on the spring and season. In the latter event in Ann Arbor in mid-May, he shot his first-under par tourney total – a five-under 208 (72-66-70) that included a five-under career-best second round.

He led UO for the first time in his career in the Western Intercollegiate with his first-round 69 in his first appearance as a team entrant (42nd-tie, 69-82-73-224).

A month before in his collegiate debut, he shot a three-under, first-round 68 in the Bandon Dunes Championship en route to his highest collegiate tourney placing (seventh, 68-74-73-215 (+2)). In his second collegiate appearance (and as an individual), the Singapore native added his second top-20 effort in the Oregon Duck Invitational (16th, 73-73-73-219), and his three-over tourney score was only one stroke off his then-career best.

Rak Cho connected on under-par scores in six of his first nine rounds for the Ducks last fall, including a season-best five-under-67 in the finale of his collegiate debut, the St. Mary's Invitational (second, 74-68-67-209). He added a third-place effort in the Alister MacKenzie Invitational (67-68-66-201) en route to a 12-under tourney score that ranks fourth all-time for UO.

In the spring, Cho tied his season low round with his five-under 67 in the Amer Ari Invitational opener in early February. In March action, he added another under-par and par round on the par-71 Bandon Trails course en route to a third-place Bandon Dunes Championship finish and two-under tourney score (third, 72-68-71-211).

Ben Itterman played four spring events for the Ducks and placed top 35 in three of them – the Aggie Invitational (20th, 77-79-72-228), Bandon Dunes Championship (30th-tie, 79-75-69-223) and Oregon Duck Invitational (32nd-tie, 73-76-74-223). He had three rounds of par or better this season (including a career-best-tying two-under 69) among his seven career-wise, and another at one over in his most recent tourney.

Redshirt senior
Jack Paton played seven events and carded three rounds at par and two more under par. The Hillsborough, Calif., native placed top 50 in five events this season, with his top-two placings in his first stops of the fall - the St. Mary's Invitational (33rd-tie, 70-81-76-227) and Alister MacKenzie Invitational (31st, 71-72-77-220).


- Eugene Wong, Sr., North Vancouver, B.C.
Led UO 45 Rounds (Sr. 17, Jr. 5, So. 15, Fr. 8) / 12 Tourneys (Sr. 5, Jr. 2, So. 4, Fr. 1)
63 Under-Par Rounds (Sr. 22, Jr. 5, So. 26, Fr. 10)
16 Rounds at Par (Sr. 1, Jr. 4, So. 5, Fr. 6)
Career Best Round 63/64 (-8) (Sr. 63/64 (-8), Jr. 68 (-4), So. 64 (-7), Fr. 65 (-7))
Career Best Tourney Place 1st x3 (Sr. 1st, Jr. 5th, So. 1st x2, Fr. 10th)
Career Best Tourney Score 195 (-18) (Sr. 195 (-18), Jr. 214 (-2), So. 203 (-10), Fr. 208 (-8))

Daniel Miernicki, Sr., Santee, Calif.
Led UO 60 Rounds (Sr. 12, Jr. 13, So. 20, Fr. 15) /  18 Tourneys (Sr. 4, Jr. 4, So. 6, Fr. 4)
61 Under-Par Rounds (Sr. 18, Jr. 13, So. 19, Fr. 11)
23 Rounds at Par (Sr. 6, Jr. 6, So. 8, Fr. 6)
Career Best Round 62 (-10) (Sr. 67/68 (-4), Jr. 62 (-10), So. 64 (-7), Fr. 67 (-5))
Career Best Tourney Place 1st-5 Times (Sr. 1st, Jr. 1st x2, So. 1st x2, Fr. 3rd)
Career Best Tourney Score 203 (-13) (Sr. 277 (-11), Jr. 203 (-13), So. 274 (-10), Fr. 209 (-7))

Andrew Vijarro, Sr. Bend, Ore.
Led UO 24 Rounds (Sr. 5, Jr. 6, So. 8, Fr. 5) / 11 Tourneys (Sr. 1, Jr. 5, So. 3, Fr. 2)
41 Under-Par Rounds (Sr. 13, Jr. 8, 15 So., 5 Fr.)
11 Rounds at Par 10 (Sr. 3, Jr. 4, So. 3, Fr.  1)
Career Best Round 66 (-5) (Sr. 68x2 (-4), Jr. 68 (-4), So. 66 (-5), Fr. 68 (-4))
Career Best Tourney Place 1st (Sr. 1st, Jr. 4th, So. 3rd, Fr. 4th)
Career Best Tourney Score  207 (-9) (Sr. 207 (-9), Jr. 214 (-1), So. 135 (-7), Fr. 209 (-1))

Robbie Ziegler, RJr., Canby, Ore.
Led UO 20 Rounds (Jr. 3, So. 5, Fr. 12) / 5 Tourneys (Jr. 1, So. 1, Fr. 3)
25 Under-Par Rounds (Jr. 8, So. 7, Fr. 10)
6 Rounds at Par (Jr. 2, So. 2, Fr. 2)
Career Best Round 66 (-6) (Jr. 68/ 70x2 (-2), So. 66 (-6), Fr. 69 (-3))
Career Best Tourney Place 2nd  (Jr. 5th, So. 3rd, Fr. 2nd)
Career Best Tourney Score 213 (-3) x2 (Jr. 215 (-1), So. 213 (-3), Fr. 213 (-3))

Jonathan Woo, Fr., Singapore
Played 19 Rounds, 6 Tournaments
Led UO Rounds 1 (Fr. 1)
5 Under-Par Rounds (Fr. 5)
1 At-Par Round (Fr. 1)
Career Best Round  66 (-5) (Fr. 68 (-5))
Career Best Tourney Place 7th x2 (Fr. 7th)
Career Best Tourney Score 208 (-5)  (Fr. 208 (-5))

Rak Cho, Fr., Brea, Calif.
Led UO 4 Rounds (Fr. 4) / 2 Tourneys (Fr. 2)
8 Under-Par Rounds (Fr. 8)
2 Rounds at Par (Fr. 2)
Career Best Round 66 / 67x2 (-5) (Fr. 66 / 67x2 (-5))
Career Best Tourney Place 2nd (Fr. 2nd)
Career Best Tourney Score 201 (-12) (Fr. 201 (-12)

Ben Itterman, So., Carlsbad, Calif.
4 Under-Par Rounds (So. 1, Fr. 3)
3 Round at Par (So. 2, Fr. 1)
Career Best Round: 69 (-2), 70 (-2) x2 (So. 69 (-2), Fr. 70 (-2) x2)
Career Best Tourney Place: 8th (So. 20th, Fr. 8th)
Career Best Tourney Score: 216 (+1) (So. 223 (+7), Fr. 216 (+1)

Jack Paton, RSr., Canby, Ore.
Led UO Rounds 6 (Sr. 1, Jr. 1, So. 4, Fr. 0)  / 0 Tourneys
8 Under-Par Rounds (Sr. 2, Jr. 2, So. 4, Fr. 0),
7 Rounds at Par (Sr. 3, Jr. 3, So. 1, Fr. 0)
Career Best Round 65 (-5) (Sr. 70 (-2), Jr. 68 (-2), So. 65 (-5), Fr. 70 (-2))
Career Best Tourney Place 2nd (Sr. 31st, Jr. 8th, So. 2nd, Fr. 12th)
Career Best Tourney Score 208 (-8) (Sr. 218 (+2), Jr. 216 (E), So. 208 (-8), Fr. 220 (+6))

Tyler Parker, Jr., Portland, Ore.
Rounds at Par 1 (Fr. 1)
Career Best Round 72 (+1)(Jr. 72 (+1), So. 75 (+3), Fr. 72 (E))
Career Best Tourney Place  17th (Jr. 61st, So. 55th, Fr. 17th)
Career Best Score  227 (+11) (Jr. 231 (+15), So. 227 (+11), Fr. 228 (+12))

Jack Pennington, Jr., Eugene, Ore.
Career Best Round 70 (-2) (Jr. 70 (-2))
Career Best Tourney Place 35th-t (Jr. 35th, Fr. 20th)
Career Best Tourney Score  224 (+10) (Jr. 224 (+10), Fr. 155 (+12))

Tye Gabriel, Fr., Portland, Ore.
Career Best Round 71 (-1) (Fr. 71 (-1))
Career Best Tourney Place  58th-t (Fr. 80th)
Career Best Tourney Score 229 (+13) (Fr. 229 (+13))
In its sixth straight regional trip in head coach
Casey Martin’s tenure, No. 7 Oregon matched its pre-tourney seeding in the NCAA Ann Arbor Regional last weekend, and placed second in the 13-team field. The Ducks (288-274-280-842) ended one stroke behind the event’s top seed, No. 6 USC (289-272-280-841), to stake its fourth, top-two regional placing under Martin.

Daniel Miernicki (second-tie, 71-65-70-206) posted his third straight top-two finish this season, and ended at par or better in all three rounds to give him 24 this season and a school-record 89 career-wise. Miernicki scored the second runner-up regional placing of his career after a similar effort as a sophomore.

Jonathan Woo (seventh-tie, 72-66-70-208) enjoyed his fifth and sixth rounds of par or better and shot a five-under season-best second round en route to his first-ever under-par tourney total.

Andrew Vijarro (28th-tie, 73-74-68-215) led UO for the sixth time this season in the finale, and his three-under score was one off his season best (-4), and two off his career-best (-5). That total was his 16th of the year at par or better and led the team for the 24th time in his career.

Eugene Wong (19th-tie, 72-69-72-213) staked his 10th, top-20 finish on the season, and UO’s other entrant was redshirt junior Robbie Ziegler (45th-tie, 73-76-73-222).

In prior regional trips under Martin, the Ducks have savored one regional title (2010), and finished second (2009) and 10th (2011) in the current 13-team regional format. In the previous 27-team regional format in his first two years at the helm, UO took second in ’08 and 19th in ’07. A list of recent team / individual finishes follows:

Two weeks before in the Pac-12 Championships in Corvallis, Ore., then-No. 11 UO tied for first place at the end of the regulation (364-358-344-362-1427 (-14)) after it entered the event seeded fifth among six teams ranked top 13 nationally.

In the event hosted at the Trysting Tree Golf Course, UO ultimately placed second after the two-hole playoff to then-No. 6 California. The Ducks still took satisfaction in their third runner-up finish in four years under Martin (and tied their best-ever Pac-12 league finish).

On the par-72 course, Oregon seniors
Daniel Miernicki (68-72-66-71-277 (-11)) and Eugene Wong (69-68-69-73-279 (-9)) placed second and third overall for their best-ever league placings.

Two other Ducks followed in the top 25 - senior
Andrew Vijarro (21st-tie, 79-72-68-72-291) and redshirt junior Robbie Ziegler (21st-tie, 72-74-71-74-291). UO's other entries included freshman Jonathan Woo (32nd-tie, 77-76-70-72-295), and sophomore Ben Itterman (59th-tie, 78-72-78-77-305).

This week, the No. 7 Ducks are one of six teams in the nation’s top golf conference ranked top nine nationally that also includes No. 3 California, No. 5 UCLA, No. 6 USC, No. 8 Washington and No. 9 Stanford.

Other Pac-12 teams’ rankings follow: Oregon State (48), Arizona (60), Colorado (68), Arizona State (81), Washington State (117) and Utah (206).

Individual-wise, senior
Eugene Wong (fourth, 70.24, +0.378) is the highest Pac-12 player in this week’s national individual rankings.

Others ranked top 25 include Stanford freshman Patrick Rodgers (fifth, 70.62), Washington junior Chris Williams (sixth, 70.49) Oregon senior
Daniel Miernicki (11th, 70.59), UCLA junior Pedro Figeiredo (15th, 71.39), Washington freshman Cheng-Tsung Pan (17th, 71.19), UCLA sophomore Patrick Cantlay (20th, 71.28) and Stanford junior Andrew Yun (21st, 71.30).

In last June's NCAA Championships, the ‘Conference of Champions’ featured one team in the quarterfinals (UCLA), and the Bruins led the stroke play scoring (872) by three strokes. Three other league members placed top 20 after the opening three rounds - USC (12th-t, 895), Arizona State (18th, 899) and California (19th-t, 902).

On the individual front, the Pac-12 featured the 2011 NCAA runner-up - UCLA's Patrick Cantlay (72-69-71-212), and two four more top-20 finishers in California's Michael Weaver (eighth-tie, 71-71-74-216) and Max Homa (17th-t, 73-74-72-219), USC's Jeffrey Kang (20th-t, 72-73-75-220) and UCLA's Gregor Main (20th-t, 72-70-78-220).

Historically, five different Pac-12 teams (Stanford (7 - 1938, 39, 41, 42, 46, 53, 94), Arizona State (2 - 1990, 96), UCLA (2 - 1988, 208), Arizona (1 - 1992) and California (1 - 2004) have combined for 13 NCAA team titles since the first collegiate championship in 1897.

League individuals have claimed 14 national championships in the same span courtesy of Stanford's Frank Tatum (1942) and Tiger Woods (1996), USC's Scott Simpson (1976, '77), Ron Commons (1981) and Jamie Lovemark (2007), Arizona State's Jim Carter (1983), Phil Mickelson (1989, '90, '92), Todd Demsey (1993) and Alejandro Cañizares (2003),Washington's James Lepp (2005) and UCLA's Kevin Chappell (2008).

Sixth-year Duck head coach
Casey Martin has established himself as one of the nation's most respected coaches after an equally noteworthy collegiate and pro playing career.

The Eugene native was tabbed the Pac-12 Coach of the Year in 2010 - his fourth season at the helm - after he led the Ducks to a then-school-record five tournament victories, including Oregon’s first-ever NCAA Regional title. UO followed with a school-best tie for third place in the NCAA Championships in Chattanooga, Tenn., thanks to a fifth-place effort in stroke play, and quarterfinal match play win over league rival Washington, 3-2.

That same 2009-10 season, then-sophomore
Eugene Wong was tabbed the co-Pac-12 Golfer of the Year, won the Jack Nicklaus Award as the Division I player of the year and was named a first-team PING All-American. Wong's tie for ninth at the NCAA Championships is believed to be the best finish ever by a UO golfer.

Other highlights his first few seasons included, wins in the 2006 Northwest Collegiate Classic - his second event at the Duck helm - and the 2007 Thunderbird Invitational in Tempe. Prior to becoming head coach, he served as a volunteer assistant for the Ducks during the 2005-06 season.

Before that he was one of the nation's most recognized professionals since the start of his pro career in 1998. He earned his PGA Tour card in 2000 - the same season he recorded five top-50 finishes. His best showing was a tie for 17th in the 2000 Tucson Open, and he also placed 23rd in the the 1998 U.S. Open.

A graduate of South Eugene High School, Martin was a three time all-conference selection and a two-time All-American at Stanford. In 1995, he received Academic All-America honors while graduating with a degree in economics. He was a member of the 1994 Stanford team that won the NCAA championship.

The Oregon men's golf team welcomed
Brad Lanning to the program this past summer as a first-year assistant coach. In his recent work as a highly successful high school golf coach, Lanning again joins forces with head coach Casey Martin - his former Stanford teammate from three seasons, including the Cardinal's 1994 NCAA Championship squad.

After college, Lanning spent six years playing professionally with stints on the Hooters Tour, South American Tour and Canadian PGA, and also worked as a stock broker before entering the coaching ranks.

Success came quickly for Lanning as a high school assistant coach with a state title and runner-up finish in two years at St. Stephen’s Episcopal School in Bradenton, Fla. After relocating to Colorado to enter a master’s program at Denver Seminary, Lanning assisted Valor Christian High School to a pair of state championships in his three seasons at the helm.

A 1994 Stanford graduate with a degree in Political Science, Lanning, 40, earned his master’s in Counseling at Denver Seminary in 2011.

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Year     Team champion     Individual champion
1897     Yale     Louis Bayard, Jr., Princeton
1898(s)     Harvard     John Reid, Jr., Yale
1898(f)     Yale     James Curtis, Harvard
1899     Harvard     Percy Pyne, Princeton
1900     No tournament
1901     Harvard     Halstead Lindsley, Harvard
1902(s)     Yale     Charles Hitchcock, Jr., Yale
1902(f)     Harvard     Chandler Egan, Harvard
1903     Harvard     F. O. Reinhart, Princeton
1904     Harvard     A. L. White, Harvard
1905     Yale     Robert Abbott, Yale
1906     Yale     W. E. Clow, Jr., Yale
1907     Yale     Ellis Knowles, Yale
1908     Yale     H. H. Wilder, Harvard
1909     Yale     Albert Seckel, Princeton
1910     Yale     Robert Hunter, Yale
1911     Yale     George Stanley, Yale
1912     Yale     F. C. Davison, Harvard
1913     Yale     Nathaniel Wheeler, Yale
1914     Princeton     Edward Allis, Harvard
1915     Yale     Francis Blossom, Yale
1916     Princeton     J. W. Hubbell, Harvard
1917-1918     No tournaments
1919     Princeton     A. L. Walker, Jr., Columbia
1920     Princeton     Jess Sweetser, Yale
1921     Dartmouth     Simpson Dean, Princeton
1922     Princeton     Pollack Boyd, Dartmouth
1923     Princeton     Dexter Cummings, Yale
1924     Yale     Dexter Cummings, Yale
1925     Yale     Fred Lamprecht, Tulane
1926     Yale     Fred Lamprecht, Tulane
1927     Princeton     Watts Gunn, Georgia Tech
1928     Princeton     Maurice McCarthy Jr., Georgetown
1929     Princeton     Tom Aycock, Yale
1930     Princeton     George Dunlap, Princeton
1931     Yale     George Dunlap, Princeton
1932     Yale     John Fischer, Michigan
1933     Yale     Walter Emery, Oklahoma
1934     Michigan     Charles Yates, Georgia Tech
1935     Michigan     Edward White, Texas
1936     Yale     Chuck Kocsis, Michigan
1937     Princeton     Fred Haas, LSU
1938     Stanford     John Burke, Georgetown
1939 †     Stanford     Vincent D'Antoni, Tulane
1940     Princeton, LSU (tie)     Dixon Brooke, Virginia
1941     Stanford     Earl Stewart, LSU
1942     LSU, Stanford (tie)     Frank Tatum, Stanford
1943     Yale     Wally Ulrich, Carleton
1944     Notre Dame     Louis Lick, Minnesota
1945     Ohio State     John Lorms, Ohio State
1946     Stanford     George Hamer, Georgia
1947     LSU     Dave Barclay, Michigan
1948     San Jose State     Bob Harris, San Jose State
1949     North Texas State     Harvie Ward, North Carolina
1950     North Texas State     Fred Wampler, Purdue
1951     North Texas State     Tom Nieporte, Ohio State
1952     North Texas State     Jim Vickers, Oklahoma
1953     Stanford     Earl Moeller, Oklahoma A&M
1954     Southern Methodist     Hillman Robbins, Memphis State
1955     LSU     Joe Campbell, Purdue
1956     Houston     Rick Jones, Ohio State
1957     Houston     Rex Baxter, Houston
1958     Houston     Phil Rodgers, Houston
1959     Houston     Dick Crawford, Houston
1960     Houston     Dick Crawford, Houston
1961     Purdue     Jack Nicklaus, Ohio State
1962     Houston     Kermit Zarley, Houston
1963     Oklahoma State     R. H. Sikes, Arkansas
1964     Houston     Terry Small, San Jose State
1965     Houston     Marty Fleckman, Houston
1966     Houston     Bob Murphy, Florida
1967     Houston     Hale Irwin, Colorado
1968     Florida     Grier Jones, Oklahoma State
1969     Houston     Bob Clark, Cal State-Los Angeles
1970     Houston     John Mahaffey, Houston
1971     Texas     Ben Crenshaw, Texas
1972     Texas     Ben Crenshaw and Tom Kite (tie), both Texas
1973     Florida     Ben Crenshaw, Texas
1974     Wake Forest     Curtis Strange, Wake Forest
1975     Wake Forest     Jay Haas, Wake Forest
1976     Oklahoma State     Scott Simpson, USC
1977     Houston     Scott Simpson, USC
1978     Oklahoma State     David Edwards, Oklahoma State
1979     Ohio State     Gary Hallberg, Wake Forest
1980     Oklahoma State     Jay Don Blake, Utah State
1981     Brigham Young     Ron Commans, USC
1982     Houston     Billy Ray Brown, Houston
1983     Oklahoma State     Jim Carter, Arizona State
1984     Houston     John Inman, North Carolina
1985     Houston     Clark Burroughs, Ohio State
1986     Wake Forest     Scott Verplank, Oklahoma State
1987     Oklahoma State     Brian Watts, Oklahoma State
1988     UCLA     E. J. Pfister, Oklahoma State
1989     Oklahoma     Phil Mickelson, Arizona State
1990     Arizona State     Phil Mickelson, Arizona State
1991     Oklahoma State     Warren Schutte, UNLV
1992     Arizona     Phil Mickelson, Arizona State
1993     Florida     Todd Demsey, Arizona State
1994     Stanford     Justin Leonard, Texas
1995     Oklahoma State (playoff)     Chip Spratlin, Auburn
1996     Arizona State     Tiger Woods, Stanford
1997     Pepperdine     Charles Warren (playoff), Clemson
1998     UNLV     James McLean, Minnesota
1999     Georgia     Luke Donald, Northwestern
2000     Oklahoma State (playoff)     Charles Howell III, Ok.St.
2001     Florida     Nick Gilliam, Florida
2002     Minnesota     Troy Matteson, Georgia Tech
2003     Clemson     Alejandro Cañizares, Arizona State
2004     California     Ryan Moore, UNLV
2005     Georgia     James Lepp (playoff), Washington
2006     Oklahoma State     Jonathan Moore, Oklahoma State
2007     Stanford     Jamie Lovemark, USC
2008     UCLA     Kevin Chappell, UCLA
2009     Texas A&M     Matt Hill, North Carolina State
2010     Augusta State     Scott Langley, Illinois
2011     Augusta State     John Peterson, LSU

* Note: The NCAA was founded in 1906. The first championship sponsored by the NCAA was in 1939. [1]

† First championship sponsored by the NCAA.

Note: Match play, 1897-1964; stroke play 1965-2008; stroke play/match play 2009-; (s) indicates spring tournament, (f) indicates fall tournament

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