Ethan Evans, a Duke men's golf sophomore, is set to compete in the NCAA Championship at the Omni La Costa North Course after securing his place with impressive performances, including two top-five finishes in the spring events.

By the Numbers
  • Ethan Evans moved up 300 spots in the individual rankings to 66th nationally.
  • Evans finished under-par in 12 of his 24 most recent rounds and carded a round in the 60's in eight of those.
Yes, But

Despite his strong performances, Evans faces tough competition in the NCAA Championship field.

State of Play
  • The NCAA Championship features 30 teams and six individuals, with four rounds of stroke play to determine the national champion.
  • Evans, the top-seeded individual, will start playing on the first round at 5:12 ET at the Omni La Costa North Course in Carlsbad, Calif.
What's Next

Evans will aim to continue his impressive form and compete for the individual national champion title as the NCAA Championship progresses.

Bottom Line

Duke's Ethan Evans is primed to showcase his talent at the NCAA Championship, aiming to capitalize on his strong spring performances to contend for the national title amidst fierce competition.