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Mateusz Kucz, Drew Robbins, Adam Navigato, Hayden Hui, and Jacob Johnson
UCSD Tees Off at CCAA Championships Monday
Release: Sunday 04/23/2017 
by UCSD
THE SCHEDULE
Industry Hills Golf Club
1 Industry Hills Parkway
City of Industry, CA 91744

Monday, April 24
7:00 a.m. - first round (stroke play)
TBD - second round (stroke play)

Tuesday, April 25
7:00 a.m. - third round (stroke play)
TBD - semifinals (medal/match play)

Wednesday, April 26
7:30 a.m. - final (medal/match play)

LIVE COVERAGE
Live scoring will be available via GolfStat, accessible through the website as well as its iOS and Android apps.

THE FORMAT
The 2017 California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Championships begin with two rounds (36 holes) of stroke play on Monday, April 24 with a third round (18 holes) of stroke play on Tuesday, April 25. Stroke play will determine the conference's individual champion and the four highest-finishing teams in the nine-team field advance to medal/match play semifinals on Tuesday afternoon (note: Cal State San Marcos is not eligible to advance due to NCAA reclassification). The semifinal winners go head-to-head in a medal/match play final on Wednesday, April 26, which will decide the league's team champion and automatic qualifier for the NCAA Division II Men's Golf Championships.

THE SEEDINGS
Seedings for the CCAA Championships are based on the latest GolfStat national rankings. Seeds 7-8-9, 4-5-6, and 1-2-3 compete in threesomes for two rounds of stroke play Monday and a final round of stroke play Tuesday. Here's how the seeds are grouped with each team's GolfStat ranking in parentheses (CSUSM is not ranked as it is not eligible for the NCAA Championships). For round one and round two pairings, click here.

1. Cal State Monterey Bay (15)
2. Chico State (24)
3. Cal State East Bay (25)

4. Sonoma State (33)
5. Stanislaus State (55)
6. UC San Diego (80)

7. Cal State San Bernardino (102)
8. Cal State Dominguez Hills (112)
9. Cal State San Marcos (not ranked)

THE TRITON LINEUP
One senior, one junior and three freshmen will be representing UC San Diego at Industry Hills. Senior Drew Robbins is the lone Triton with conference championship experience as he finished 41st (+12 156) in 2016. For full 2017 player statistics, click here.
No. 1 - Mateusz Kucz (junior, 75.3 stroke average)
No. 2 - Adam Navigato (freshman, 75.1) 
No. 3 - Drew Robbins (senior, 76.8)
No. 4 - Hayden Hui (freshman, 75.9)
No. 5 - Jacob Johnson (freshman, 75.9)

INDUSTRY HILLS GOLF CLUB
The Zaharias Course (The Babe) at Industry Hills is named for Babe Didrikson Zaharias, one of America's most decorated all-around athletes. Designers William F. Bell and Casey O’Callaghan designed the Zaharias course to be intentionally narrow and long, maximizing the expansive acreage of the hilltop resort. At 650 acres, the sheer size of the layout remains a novelty among golf courses near Los Angeles. The par-71 course measures 6,826 yards from the black tees. For a course scorecard, click here.

LAST YEAR IN NAPA
UC San Diego finished tied for eighth at last season's CCAA Championships, played at Silverado. The Tritons went 296-302--598 (+22) over two rounds of stroke play.
T-15. Daniel Yang (75-73--148)
T-15. Jeff Roseth (72-76--148)
T-28. Jake Haselden (77-74--151)
T-33. Clayton Yamaguchi (73-79--152)
41. Drew Robbins (76-80--156)

For complete results from the 2016 championships, click here.

CCAA TEAM CHAMPIONS
2016 - Cal State East Bay (Silverado, Napa)
2015 - Stanislaus State (Brookside, Stockton)
2014 - Stanislaus State (Brookside, Stockton)
2013 - Cal State Monterey Bay (Hunter Ranch, Paso Robles)
2012 - Chico State (Hunter Ranch, Paso Robles)
2011 - Cal State Monterey Bay (Hunter Ranch, Paso Robles)
2010 - Cal State Monterey Bay (Hunter Ranch, Paso Robles)
2009 - Sonoma State (Hunter Ranch, Paso Robles)
2008 - Sonoma State (Hunter Ranch, Paso Robles)
2007 - Stanislaus State (Hunter Ranch, Paso Robles)
2006 - Cal State Bakersfield (Hunter Ranch, Paso Robles)
2005 - Cal State Bakersfield (Hunter Ranch, Paso Robles)
2004 - Cal State Bakersfield (Diablo Grande, Patterson)
2003 - Cal State Bakersfield (Diablo Grande, Patterson)
2002 - Cal State Bakersfield (Diablo Grande, Patterson)
2001 - Cal State Stanislaus (Hunter Ranch, Paso Robles)
2000 - Grand Canyon (Palm Valley, Goodyear, Ariz.)
1999 - Stanislaus State (Turlock CC, Turlock)

CCAA INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS
2016 - Adam Stone, Cal State East Bay
2015 - Alistair Docherty, Chico State
2014 - Trevor Clayton, Stanislaus State
2013 - Brandon Hortt, Cal State Monterey Bay
2012 - Eric Frazzetta, Chico State/Alex Sobstad, Cal State Monterey Bay/Kyle Souza, Chico State
2011 - Oskar Nystrom, Cal State Monterey Bay/Kyle Souza, Chico State/Scott Yeakel, Cal State Monterey Bay
2010 - John Jackson, Cal State Monterey Bay
2009 - Ricky Stockton, Cal State Monterey Bay
2008 - Erick Justesen, Stanislaus State
2007 - Erick Justesen, Stanislaus State
2006 - Brady Baguio, Cal State Bakersfield
2005 - Mark Baker, Cal State Bakersfield
2004 - D.J. Fernando, Cal State Bakersfield
2003 - Bill Noon, Cal State Bakersfield
2002 - Jason Boyd, UC Davis
2001 - Marc Lawless, Stanislaus State
2000 - John Davis, Grand Canyon
1999 - Yascha Feld, Stanislaus State

UCSD AT THE CCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS
2016 - T-8th of 9
2015 - 7th of 8
2014 - 3rd of 8
2013 - 5th of 8
2012 - 3rd of 8
2011 - 6th of 8
2010 - 6th of 8
2009 - 6th of 8
2008 - 6th of 7
2007 - 7th of 8
2006 - 7th of 8
2005 - 5th of 8
2004 - 4th of 8
2003 - 5th of 8
2002 - 5th of 8
2001 - 4th of 9

TOP TRITONS AT THE CCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS
2016 - Jeff Roseth/Daniel Yang, T-15th
2015 - Clayton Yamaguchi, T-6th
2014 - Lewis Simon, T-8th
2013 - Clayton Yamaguchi, 3rd
2012 - Jay Lim, T-4th
2011 - Keith Okasaki, T-11th
2010 - Raj Samra, T-9th
2009 - Keith Okasaki, T-8th
2008 - Nathan Phan, T-9th
2007 - Nathan Phan, 13th
2006 - Robbie Kramer, T-15th
2005 - Brian Duckworth, T-7th
2004 - Brian Duckworth, T-10th
2003 - Alan Scheer, 12th
2002 - Ryan Gale, T-6th
2001 - Matt Howe, T-6th

BUSHNELL/GOLFWEEK DII COACHES POLL (April 21)
16. Cal State Monterey Bay
23. Chico State
RV Cal State East Bay
RV Sonoma State

GOLFSTAT DII TEAM RANKINGS (April 19)
15. Cal State Monterey Bay
24. Chico State
25. Cal State East Bay
33. Sonoma State
55. Stanislaus State
80. UC San Diego
102. Cal State San Bernardino
112. Cal State Dominguez Hills

GOLFSTAT DII PLAYER RANKINGS (April 19)
5. Andrew Fernandes, Cal State Dominguez Hills
16. Adam Stone, Cal State East Bay
31. Elis Svard, Cal State Monterey Bay
38. Colby Dean, Chico State
44. Braeden Koran, Cal State San Marcos
48. Kelley Sullivan, Chico State
65. Justin Shluker, Sonoma State
67. Chad Hall, Cal State East Bay
78. Greg Robarge, Cal State San Bernardino
79. Owen Hutchison, Cal State East Bay
88. Callum Carlstrom, Cal State Monterey Bay
117. Matthew Hedges, Cal State Monterey Bay
136. Edward Hackett, Cal State Monterey Bay
138. Chris Tuulik, Cal State San Marcos
139. Cole Chavez, Chico State
140. Justin Woo, Cal State Monterey Bay
141. Jake Williams, Cal State San Marcos

NCAA DII WEST REGION RANKINGS (April 21)
1. BYU-Hawaii
2. California Baptist
3. Chico State
4. Cal State Monterey Bay
5. Cal State East Bay
6. Western Washington
7. Sonoma State
8. Dixie State
9. Holy Names
10. Saint Martin's

UP NEXT
The top ten teams and top four individuals not with a qualifying team will be selected from each of the NCAA's eight regions to compete in one of four 54-hole NCAA Regionals. The 2017 West/South Central Regional will be held May 8-10 at Brookside Country Club in Stockton, Calif. The top three teams and top two individuals not with one of those teams from each Regional advance to the NCAA Finals, May 22-26 in Kissimmee, Fla.

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