RALEIGH, N.C. — Washington’s men’s golf team got off to a quick start before rain halted play Thursday at the NCAA Raleigh Regional.
The Huskies were 10-under as a team in the middle of the back nine, trailing just Georgia Tech (14 under) in the 13-team competition. The top five teams advance to the NCAA Championships.
“We played really well today,” said UW coach Matt Thurmond. “We started off strong and made a bunch of birdies and not too many bogeys. I was happy with our play, but that also shows how well Georgia Tech played. They were exceptional.”
Washington’s Trevor Simsby is 4 under after 15 holes and is tied for second individually.
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