“Jerry Rawls had a vision for this course to be one of the premiere collegiate golf courses in the country and ultimately host NCAA championship events, and today his vision has come to fruition,” said Tech men's golf coach Greg Sands.
The two juniors finished among the top 64 in the 156-player field to move on to match play, which began Wednesday morning, and runs until Saturday at the Neshanic Valley Golf Course in Neshanic Station, N.J.
Kaufman and Dominguez finished tied for eighth at the NCAA championships, putting an end to the best two individual seasons in school history. It was the highest finish for any Tech player at the national tournament.
The Red Raiders are expected to field the youngest lineup in the three-day tournament, marking the first time in Head Coach Greg Sands’ tenure that four freshman players will play in the Championships.
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