Three-day event to be held at Blackhawk CC in Danville
Nine team field headed by No. 40 SMU Mustangs
Over 1,000 WCC student-athletes garnered honors on the Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Oklahoma runs away with San Diego Golf Regional
Arizona State moves up seven spots into second place behind Oklahoma
USD: Named WCC Golfer of the Year... Won three tournaments during his junior campaign - Saint Mary's Invitational (-7, 209), The Farms Collegiate (-6, 210) and Redhawk Invitational (200, -11)... Fired rounds of 63 and 65 on Chambers Bay course (site of 2015 U.S. Open) in winning the Redhawk Invitational... Played in all 12 regular season tournaments (71.0 for 36 rounds), and advanced to the San Antonio NCAA Regional (t-23rd, 74-71-77)... Won the 2013 WCC Championship individual title with a 6-under par 210 (74-67-69) played at Gold Mountain Golf Club in Bremerton, Washington... Named First Team All-WCC for second straight year... Named to 2013 WCC All-Academic Squad (3.29 GPA)... Second year player competed in all twelve tournaments and finished with a team-best scoring average of 72.57 (35 rounds)... Finished 4th (100 golfers) at the ASU Thunderbird (206; 68-68-70)... Two times has finished runner-up (Bill Cullum Invitational & San Diego Intercollegiate Classic)... He helped the Toreros to the team title at the Bill Cullum with his 9-under total of 207 (69-67-71)... At the San Diego Classic, he finished just two strokes out of medalist honors with his 5-under par 211 (70-68-73)... Last season as a freshman competed in all 13 tournaments and finished second on the team with his 72.28 scoring average... Named the WCC Freshman of the Year... Finished tied for 4th at WCC Championships at 5-under par 211 (70-69-72)... USD placed 9th at the NCAA Southwestern Regional at the Jimmie Austin OU Golf Club and Forrest was the team's top finisher at 2-over par 218 (72-76-70)... He lost in a playoff for a chance to advance the NCAA Individual Championships... Tied for 17th at Wyoming Cowboy Classic at 208 (70-69-69)... Tied for 12th at North Ranch (219; 69-73-77)... Tied for 14th at San Diego Intercollegiate (221; 75-73-73)... Placed 8th at Kauai Collegiate Invite (215; 74-72-69)... Season-low round of 66 in third round of Wolf Pack Classic at Edgewood Golf Club in Stateline, NV where he tied for 15th at 223 (80-77-66)... Season-best finish (T-5th at 211; 73,69,69) at Gene Miranda Falcon Invite in Colorado Springs Colorado at the Eisenhower Blue Golf Club... His 5-under par total of 211 was just two strokes off the winning score... Top-10 finish (t-9th at 213; 71-69-73) at Mark Simpson Colorado Invite at Colorado National GC in Erie, CO.
PERSONAL: Born on June 19, 1993 in Edinburgh, Scotland... His mother Audrey, and late father, Graeme, are from North Berwick, East Lothian, Scotland... Playing out of Craigielaw Golf Club, was crowned the 2010 Scottish Boys Golf Champion after he beat fellow-Scottish Boys Internationalist Ian Redford of the New Club St. Andrews by 3&2 in the 36 holes final at West Kilbride Golf Club, Ayrshire... Represented Great Britain and Ireland in the 2010 Jacques Leglise Trophy against Europe... Playing in the 2010 Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters, lost in a playoff after firing rounds of 73, 70, 69, 70 (6-under par)... In 2009 he was the Scottish Boys U-16 stroke play champion after rounds of 71, 70, and 71 (1-under par)... Notes he has been playing golf since he was 5 years old and for Scotland Golf since he was 15 years old... Besides golf likes hanging out with friends and watching movies.
Celebration of Excellence 2017
Check out the end of the year COE boat cruise with student-athletes, coaches and staff
USD Athletics Highlight Video 2016-17
Don't miss the best highlights from this past year in USD Athletics
President for a Day
USD President Harris switched places with Track & Cross Country Senior Olivia Gonzalez
Torero Timeout with Olivia Sandusky
Walk down the beach with softball senior Olivia Sandusky on a Torero Timeout
Jamal Agnew Drafted to the Detroit Lions
Jamal Agnew was drafted in the fifth round as the #165 pick to the Lions
Men's Tennis NCAA Selection Show
No. 93 Filip Vittek recaps WCCs & reflects on his careers as a Torero