USC Men's Golf news

  1. Hoey, Crocker, Suh Named To PING All-American Teams
    Senior Rico Hoey, who led USC in stroke average, top 10 finishes and rounds in the 60s, and junior Sean Crocker, who just finished a stint on the U.S. Palmer Cup team, claimed 2017 PING All-American second team honors while sophomore Justin Suh earned third-team notice.
  2. Rico Hoey Earns Golfweek All-American First Team Honors
    Senior Rico Hoey, who led USC in stroke average, top 10 finishes and rounds in the 60s, earned 2017 Golfweek All-American first team honors while junior Sean Crocker garnered second team notice and sophomore Justin Suh nabbed third-team status.
  3. Lovemark, Hagestad To Play In U.S. Open
    Trojan All-American and NCAA champion Jamie Lovemark as well as former USC walk-on Stewart Hagestad -- the Low Amateur at the 2017 Masters -- will both be competing at the 2017 U.S. Open at Erin Hills (Wisc.) starting on Thursday (June 15).
  4. No. 1 Trojans Fall To Illinois, 3-1-1, In NCAA Match Play Quarterfinals
    No. 1 USC's 2016-17 season came to an emotional and abrupt end as the six-seeded Trojans fell to third-seed Illinois, 3-1-1, in the NCAA Championships quarterfinals on Tuesday (May 30) at Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove, Ill.
  5. No. 1 USC Clinches Spot In Third Straight NCAA Championships Match Play Bracket
    On a day when the winds swirled as much as the the top 10 of the leaderboard, No. 1 USC qualified for its third consecutive NCAA Championships match play bracket on Monday (May 29), needing every bit of the cushion it built in the first three days to weather a rough final round at Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove, Ill.