The Puget Sound men’s and women’s golf teams host the Puget Sound Fall Invitational at Gold Mountain Golf Club in Bremerton, Washington, this weekend. Teams open with a 1:30 p.m. shotgun start on Saturday, Sept. 23, followed by an 8:30 a.m. shotgun on Sunday, Sept. 24.
Mac Turner set a Puget Sound record during the first event of the 2017-18 Puget Sound golf season. Turner won the 2017 Collegiate Open at the Home Course, finishing with a 36-hole score of 138. He broke Justin Benz’s 14-year old record of 141 through 36 holes.
The Puget Sound Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) raised more than $1,500 for hurricane relief with a rummage sale this past weekend. SAAC will donate the proceeds to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief.
Robin Hamilton, a longtime member of the Puget Sound athletics department, has announced her retirement effective September 1, 2017, after 32 years with the Loggers. She joined the Puget Sound athletics staff in 1985, andhas been the Loggers Associate Director of Athletics since 2001. Prior to her senior administrative appointment, Hamilton was the Sports Media Relations Director and Head Softball Coach.
Puget Sound earned 111 Northwest Conference Scholar-Athlete honors, the NWC announced Tuesday. Meghan Bacher '17 and Hans Fortune '17 both earned NWC First Team Scholar-Athlete nods. In order to qualify, NWC Scholar-Athletes must have a minimum 3.50 cumulative GPA.
Alexis Noren (women's basketball) was named Puget Sound's Most Outstadning Female Student-Athlete, and Hans Fortune earned Most Outstanding Male Student-Athlete during the Loggers' annual All-Sports Celelbration in Memorial Fieldhouse Tuesday night. University of Puget Sound president Isiaah Crawford presented the awards to both Noren and Fortune.
Mac Turner leads the Puget Sound men after the first round of the Northwest Conference Golf Championships, and Kristi Koyanagi sets the pace for the Logger women. Pacific Lutheran is hosting the Championships at the Tacoma Country and Golf Club.
The Puget Sound men's and women's golf teams stay local for the two-day Northwest Conference Championships at the Tacoma Country Golf Club, starting on Saturday, April 22. Pacific Lutheran is hosting the event.
In one of the most popular annual events for Puget Sound athletics, the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) hosted the Metro Parks Tacoma Special Olympics on Monday, April 17. Special Olympians competed in basketball, kickball, and soccer with the support of Logger student-athletes from all 23 varsity teams.
Jeremy Van den Berg placed third, and the University of Puget Sound men’s golf team finished in fourth. The women’s golf team placed seventh at the Northwest Conference Spring Classic at Golf Mountain Golf Club on Saturday and Sunday.
The Puget Sound women's golf team wrapped up the Whitman Women's Invitational on Sunday by placing seventh overall. The Loggers shot a 757 (+181) through the two rounds. Whitman won the event by shooting 51 over par.
Colin Rajczak shot a 68 in the second round of the Whitworth Men's Invitational at the Wildhorse Resort Golf Club on Sunday, finishing one stroke shy of the Puget Sound record for the best single-round score (18 holes). Adam Bean set the school record with a 67 in a single round during the 2013 season.
The Puget Sound men's golf team heads to Oregon for the two-day Whitworth Invitational starting on Saturday, March 11. The Pirates are hosting the event at the Wildhorse Resort Golf Club in Pendleton, Oregon.
The Puget Sound men's and women's golf teams both opened the spring season by placing sixth in the Puget Sound Invitational at Gold Mountain Golf Club in Bremerton, Washington. The Logger men shot 55 over par through the two rounds, while the women shot 217 over par.
The Puget Sound men's and women's golf teams are scheduled to open the 2017 season by hosting the Puget Sound Invitational start on Saturday, March 4, at the Gold Mountain Country Club in Bremerton, Washington.
The University of Puget Sound will enshrine its next class of Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees this fall as part of the university’s Homecoming Weekend, October 21-22, 2016. The five individuals, as selected by the Athletic Hall of Fame Committee, include three former student-athletes and two former head coaches. The 2016 Hall of Fame class includes Andrea Boitano (women’s cross country/track & field), Kristina Goos (women’s basketball), Randy Hanson (women’s soccer head coach), Wanda Howlett (women’s cross country/track & field), and Jack McGee (baseball head coach).