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Ryan Vaughan, Jacob Johnson, Adam Navigato, Elliot Bunyaviroch, Justin Woo, Hayden Hui

Tritons Set to Swing for Title at CCAA Championships

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UC San Diego competes in the 2019 California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Men's Golf Championships Tuesday and Wednesday at Black Horse in Seaside. The Tritons will be joined by eight other squads from the league.

A team title and an individual title are up for grabs, with the team champion receiving an automatic berth into the NCAA South Central/West Regional, which will be held May 9-11 at The Ledges in St. George, Utah.

Admission to the CCAA Championships is free of charge and action can also be followed with live scoring.

• Tuesday, April 23, 2019 - 7:30 a.m. (36 holes)
• Wednesday, April 24, 2019 - 7:30 a.m. (18 holes)

Black Horse in Seaside, California
• Par 72
• 6991 yards rounds 1 and 2
• 6890 yards round 3

PARTICIPATING TEAMS (GCAA coaches rank/Golfstat rank)
Cal State Dominguez Hills (NR, 85)
Cal State East Bay (RV, 30)
Cal State Monterey Bay (T-20, 18)
Cal State San Bernardino (NR, 87)
Cal State San Marcos (NR, 53)
Chico State (5, 5)
Sonoma State (12, 11)
Stanislaus State (NR, 32)
• UC San Diego (NR, 43)

• 45 golfers
• Each team consists of five players
• Top four player scores count in each round

1. Hayden Hui (Jr., 72.8 stroke average, 39 Golfstat ranking)
2. Adam Navigato (Jr., 74.5)
3. Elliot Bunyaviroch (Fr., 74.2, 149)
4. Justin Woo (Jr., 75.3)
5. Jacob Johnson (Jr., 77.3)

After nabbing a season-best finish at the UCSB Intercollegiate, Adam Navigato was named the CCAA Golfer of the Week on April 17. Navigato tied for fifth among 55 players at Sandpiper Golf Course in Santa Barbara. Over two days and 54 holes, he totaled a 217, 1 over par on the par 72, 7,062 yard layout. The junior fired rounds of 73, 72, and 72 and had 10 birdies, tied for the second-most during the event. Navigato made a big jump on the leader board Tuesday as he was tied for 13th following Monday's two rounds of play. His consistent performance helped UC San Diego to a fourth-place finish. Six of the eight teams competing were from the NCAA Division I ranks. Also in the field was Cal State Monterey Bay, the nation's 17th-ranked squad in NCAA Division II. The Tritons finished in front of Monterey Bay and three DI teams. It is Navigato's second weekly honor from the CCAA as he was tabbed Golfer of the Week in October of 2017. He is a Cognitive Science major in UC San Diego's Roosevelt College.

• UCSB Intercollegiate, 4th of 8 (UC San Diego top finisher: Adam Navigato, tie for 5th)
• Hanny Stanislaus Invitational, 7th of 17 (Hayden Hui, tie for 10th)
• SoCal Intercollegiate, 8th of 16 (Hayden Hui, tie for 10th)
• Bay Area Invitational, 5th of 14 (Hayden Hui, 4th)
• CSUSM Invitational, 3rd of 15 (Hayden Hui, tie for 6th)
• Otter Invitational, 9th of 17 (Hayden Hui, Adam Navigato, Justin Woo tie for 28th)
• Dixie State Fall Regional Preview, tie for 21st of 27 (Hayden Hui, tie for 7th)
• Western Washington Invitational, tie for 15th of 20 (Hayden Hui, tie for 13th)
• Saint Martin's Invitational, 10th of 18 (Hayden Hui, tie for 14th)
• Sonoma State Invitational, 4th of 8 (Hayden Hui, tie for 10th)

2018 - Chico State (Butte Creek, Chico)
2017 - Stanislaus State (Industry Hills, City of Industry)
2016 - Cal State East Bay (Silverado, Napa)
2015 - Stanislaus State (Brookside, Stockton)
2014 - Stanislaus State (Brookside, Stockton)
2013 - Cal State Monterey Bay (Hunter Ranch, Paso Robles)
2012 - Chico State (Hunter Ranch, Paso Robles)
2011 - Cal State Monterey Bay (Hunter Ranch, Paso Robles)
2010 - Cal State Monterey Bay (Hunter Ranch, Paso Robles)
2009 - Sonoma State (Hunter Ranch, Paso Robles)
2008 - Sonoma State (Hunter Ranch, Paso Robles)
2007 - Stanislaus State (Hunter Ranch, Paso Robles)
2006 - Cal State Bakersfield (Hunter Ranch, Paso Robles)
2005 - Cal State Bakersfield (Hunter Ranch, Paso Robles)
2004 - Cal State Bakersfield (Diablo Grande, Patterson)
2003 - Cal State Bakersfield (Diablo Grande, Patterson)
2002 - Cal State Bakersfield (Diablo Grande, Patterson)
2001 - Cal State Stanislaus (Hunter Ranch, Paso Robles)
2000 - Grand Canyon (Palm Valley, Goodyear, Ariz.)
1999 - Stanislaus State (Turlock, Turlock)

2018 - Elis Svard, Cal State Monterey Bay
2017 - Kelley Sullivan, Chico State
2016 - Adam Stone, Cal State East Bay
2015 - Alistair Docherty, Chico State
2014 - Trevor Clayton, Stanislaus State
2013 - Brandon Hortt, Cal State Monterey Bay
2012 - Eric Frazzetta, Chico State/Alex Sobstad, Cal State Monterey Bay/Kyle Souza, Chico State
2011 - Oskar Nystrom, Cal State Monterey Bay/Kyle Souza, Chico State/Scott Yeakel, Cal State Monterey Bay
2010 - John Jackson, Cal State Monterey Bay
2009 - Ricky Stockton, Cal State Monterey Bay
2008 - Erick Justesen, Stanislaus State
2007 - Erick Justesen, Stanislaus State
2006 - Brady Baguio, Cal State Bakersfield
2005 - Mark Baker, Cal State Bakersfield
2004 - D.J. Fernando, Cal State Bakersfield
2003 - Bill Noon, Cal State Bakersfield
2002 - Jason Boyd, UC Davis
2001 - Marc Lawless, Stanislaus State
2000 - John Davis, Grand Canyon
1999 - Yascha Feld, Stanislaus State

2018 - 9th of 9
2017 - 9th of 9
2016 - T-8th of 9
2015 - 7th of 8
2014 - 3rd of 8
2013 - 5th of 8
2012 - 3rd of 8
2011 - 6th of 8
2010 - 6th of 8
2009 - 6th of 8
2008 - 6th of 7
2007 - 7th of 8
2006 - 7th of 8
2005 - 5th of 8
2004 - 4th of 8
2003 - 5th of 8
2002 - 5th of 8
2001 - 4th of 9

2018 - Hayden Hui, 4th
2017 - Mateusz Kucz, T-20th
2016 - Jeff Roseth/Daniel Yang, T-15th
2015 - Clayton Yamaguchi, T-6th
2014 - Lewis Simon, T-8th
2013 - Clayton Yamaguchi, 3rd
2012 - Jay Lim, T-4th
2011 - Keith Okasaki, T-11th
2010 - Raj Samra, T-9th
2009 - Keith Okasaki, T-8th
2008 - Nathan Phan, T-9th
2007 - Nathan Phan, 13th
2006 - Robbie Kramer, T-15th
2005 - Brian Duckworth, T-7th
2004 - Brian Duckworth, T-10th
2003 - Alan Scheer, 12th
2002 - Ryan Gale, T-6th
2001 - Matt Howe, T-6th

1. Chico State
2. Western Washington
3. Sonoma State
4. Cal State East Bay
5. Cal State Monterey Bay
6. Simon Fraser
7. Stanislaus State
8. Concordia (OR)
9. UC San Diego
10. Cal State San Marcos

1. Oklahoma Christian
2. St. Mary's (TX)
3. Western New Mexico
4. Colorado School of Mines
5. Dixie State
6. MSU Texas
7. Colorado State - Pueblo
8. Colorado Mesa
9. St. Edward's
10. Arkansas-Fort Smith

The winner of the CCAA tournament receives an automatic berth into the NCAA South Central/West Regional, which will be held May 9-11 at The Ledges in St. George, Utah. The top 10 teams from the West Region and the top 10 teams from the South Central Region qualify to compete. The selections will officially be announced by the NCAA on Friday, April 26, at 3 p.m. Pacific. 

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