David Puig of the Arizona State Sun Devils tees off during the Men’s Division I Golf Championship held at Grayhawk Golf Club on May 27, 2022 in Scottsdale, Arizona. (Photo by Justin Tafoya/NCAA Photos via Getty Images)
(Photo by Justin Tafoya/NCAA Photos via Getty Images)
Arizona State Men’s Golf finished seventh in the team portion of stroke play at Grayhawk Golf Club, advancing to the championship on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Sun Devils finished +9 on the day and +24 on the four-day NCAA Championship, making the cut 11 strokes over Arkansas.
The field was reduced from 15 teams to eight at the end of Monday’s round after being reduced from 30 to 15 the following Sunday.
The eight teams competing with ASU for the championship will be Oklahoma (+14), Vanderbilt (+14), North Carolina (+14), Texas (+17), Oklahoma State (+21), Pepperdine (+26) and Technical Texas (+33).
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ASU’s Cameron Sisk finished one stroke away from the individual championship and finished fifth at +1 over all four rounds. Vanderbilt’s Gordon Sargent won the playoff title in a tie for the tournament.
Texas’ Parker Coody, North Carolina’s Ryan Burnett and Oklahomas State’s Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra all tied for second on the four-day tie.
David Puig of the Sun Devils finished T-11 at five over par. Preston Summerhays finished third for ASU at +9.