Male golfers take on Chambers Bay

UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. – With only two tournaments left before the American Athletic Conference championship, the Wichita State men’s golf team travels to Washington for the Redhawk Classic, hosted by Seattle University. Play begins Monday, April 4 at 10:00 a.m. CST with 36 holes, then concludes with 18 holes the following day, also a 10:00 a.m. tee time.

Wichita State’s roster is unchanged after the Shockers’ best spring result at Twin Oaks Intercollegiate in Springfield. Led by the top five performances of Lucas Scheufler and Dawson Lewis, Wichita State (276-287, -5) finished in third place, including 36 team birdies tied for most on the field. Three of the five Shockers on the roster have tied or beaten their previous career highs.

Lewis (66-72—138, -4) and Scheufler (65-73—138, -4) were named co-players of the week by The American, the first time an individual Shocker has been honored this season. This tandem is the spearhead of a range that includes Brock Polhill, Joe Bultmanand Michael Winslow.


The Chamber’s Bay field features 24 teams: Host – Seattle, Abilene Christian, Boise State, Boston College, CSUN, Cal Baptist, Cleveland State, Delaware, George Washington, Idaho, LaSalle, Lamar, Loyola Chicago, Oregon State, Pacific, Sacramento State, Seton Hall, UC San Diego, UT Arlington, UTEP, UTRGV, Washington (individuals only), Western Carolina and Wichita State.

The Chambers Bay course is a Par-71 rated at 7,068 yards. Chambers Bay is located just outside of Tacoma in northwest Washington.

The Shockers wrap up the regular season next week with the MU Tiger Invitational in Columbia, Missouri on April 11-12.

 


2022 Redhawk Invitational Highlights:
Appointment: Monday to Tuesday April 4 and 5, 2022
Host: Seattle
Location: University Place, Washington (Chambers Bay)
Footage: 7,068 yards
By: 71
Format: 36 holes Monday, 18 Tuesday, shotgun start both days
Start times: 10 a.m. both days
Live score: https://m.birdiefire.com/tournament/96697/
The Field: 24 teams

Seattle, Abilene Christian, Boise State, Boston College, CSUN, Cal Baptist, Cleveland State, Delaware, George Washington, Idaho, LaSalle, Lamar, Loyola Chicago, Oregon State, Pacific, Sacramento State, Seton Hall, UC San Diego, UT Arlington, UTEP, UTRGV, Washington (for individuals only), West Carolina, Wichita State


Shock range:

Dawson Lewis
(Jr.*) – Led the field at the Twin Oaks Intercollegiate with 10 birdies…averaging 3.84 shots on par-4s, tied with Scheufler for tournament best
Brock Polhill (Jr.*) – bounced back from a tough opening day with a strong second lap…had just two bogies to jump 11 spots in the individual standings
Joe Bultman (R-Fr.) – finished tied for 19th, matching his result at the Herb Wimberly Invitational in October 2019 … shot 71 for the second tournament in a row, one of his career bests
Lucas Scheufler (Fr.) – Had the best individual lap of the entire field at Twin Oaks with a first lap 65 … recorded WSU’s only eagle
Michael Winslow (Fr.) – Used seven birdies to finish tied for 27th at Springfield … second-round 71 is a new college low of 18

*= Reflects an additional year of eligibility from the COVID-19 season.

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