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Men’s golf wins its second tournament of the year
After going the previous three seasons without a victory, the 2016 Cal Poly golf team took home their second title in under two months on Tuesday. The Mustangs prevailed at this week’s OGIO UCSB Intercollegiate, winning the event at Sandpiper Golf Course with an overall score of -2. With four Mustangs finishing within the top ten, […]
Mustang News Versus: Cal Poly men’s golf
Two of the Mustangs’ best golfers, Jesse Yap and Jordan Wright, show off their skills.
Jesse Yap swings away
Golf requires consistency and mental toughness. Jesse Yap, a member of the Cal Poly men’s golf team, has come to epitomize both of those qualities on and off the course. Born in Alabama and raised in Singapore, Yap committed to compulsory military training right out of high school and currently sports a 4.0 GPA in the College of Engineering. A vital member of this year’s squad, Yap sits second on the team in scoring average (72.9) and was key in the program’s first win in nearly three years ear
Cal Poly baseball sweeps doubleheader against USF
The Mustangs won the first game on a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth inning.
Women’s golf takes 11th place at Bruin Wave Invitational
The women’s golf team finished third among all unranked teams in the tournament.
Men’s golf finishes fifth at Classic Club
Cal Poly finished 20 strokes ahead of the next Big West Conference school, UC Irvine, this weekend.
Men’s tennis beats LMU 6-1
The Mustangs advanced to 3-4 on the season with a weekend win at Loyola Marymount.
Beach volleyball legend Todd Rodgers to coach at Cal Poly
Olympic legend Todd Rodgers joins the Cal Poly beach volleyball’s coaching staff this year.
Men’s golf finishes fourth at Winter Intercollegiate
Junior Justin De Los Santos finished in fourth place with an overall score of +10.
Colvey and Hamilton continue Mustangs’ MLS Draft success
This year’s draft marks the first time that Cal Poly had three players selected in an MLS draft.