Forrest and Vaisanen pace Torero golfers
Mathias Dahl leads all golfers with 5-under par in third round
USD in 7th place with one round to go
The nine WCC schools put a total of 1,093 student-athletes on the list from the 13 sports that the conference sponsors, which is another new conference record.
Alex Ching fires final round 66 to finish in the runner-up spot
Men's Golf Photos
USD: This season (2012-13) has played in two tournaments and owns a scoring average of 80.50 (6 rounds)... Playing as an individual, tied for 48th at The Farms Collegiate (239 total; 80-80-79)... Competed in 12 tournaments during the 2011-12 campaign... Finished with a scoring average of 75.69 (30 rounds)... Named to WCC All-Academic Team... In second round of Wyoming Cowboy Classic fired a season-best 65... Tied for 23rd at The Farms Invitational (225; 73-73-79)... Carded a 68 in 1st round of North Ranch Intercollegiate... Season-best finish at North Ranch Intercollegiate (T-14th at 220; 68-73-79)... During the 2009-10 campaign participated in 7 events playing a total of 20 rounds... Tied for 11th at the San Diego Intercollegiates, and tied for 21st at the Wolf Pack Classic.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended High Performance Centre (TUKS) in South Africa...Received full colors for golf at Pretoria Boys High School in 2007.
PERSONAL: Born on November 26, 1990 in Pretoria, South Africa...Parents are Leon and Liezl Knoll of Pretoria, South Africa...Chose USD because of the facilities, the coach, the weather, and a scholarship offer...Also recruited by University of Arkansas and University of Colorado...Is a student of the game of golf as he enjoys reading about golf and watching it.
Men's Soccer Season Opener
Previewing No. 16 Cal
Training Camp Update
Coach Lindsey Recaps the First Two Weeks
2015 WSOC Preview
A brief preview of the 2015 Toreros.
The Will to Win
2015 Celebration of Excellence.
Get to Know Kyle Holder
One of the top SS in the country.
From Serbia to San Diego
Four stand-out student athletes hail from Serbia.
Torero Profile: Lauren Schad
One of a few Native American female athletes in DI.