Duke men's golf sophomore Ethan Evans has qualified for the NCAA Championship by finishing tied for second place at the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional with a score of 6-under, 210. Despite Evans' strong performance, the Blue Devils finished seventh as a team and will not advance, concluding their season with a 9-over, 873. In the final round, Duke shot a 3-over, 291, consistent with their scores in the previous rounds.

By the Numbers
  • Ethan Evans: 6-under, 210 - Tied for second place
  • Team Score: 9-over, 873 - Seventh place overall
  • Luke Sample: 2-over, 218 - Tied for 20th place
State of Play
  • Ethan Evans qualified for the NCAA Championship as an individual.
  • Duke men's golf team concluded their season at the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional.
What's Next

Ethan Evans will compete individually in the NCAA Championship, aiming to leverage his recent strong performance. The team will evaluate their season's efforts and prepare for future tournaments with a focus on improving their overall game.

Bottom Line

While the Duke men's golf team fell short of advancing, Ethan Evans' standout performance grants him a continued presence in the championship. The focus now shifts to refining individual skills and strategizing for future success.