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#SeniorStories: Celebrating those saying goodbye to college golf

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The college-golf careers of many seniors around the country came to a sudden end on March 12 when the NCAA decided to cancel all remaining athletics because of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

While some seniors will return to school for an extra year thanks to a ruling made official on March 30 by the NCAA (click here to read about some of the seniors coming back), many will not. will highlight some of these seniors and their stories. Check them out below, as they publish:

Sahith Theegala, Pepperdine
Theegala's Pepperdine career may be over, but at least he and the Waves went out on top, albeit not how they had originally dreamed. Full story

Sam Humphreys, Missouri-Kansas City
Humphreys has endured one of the most challenging college careers ever, but the abrupt ending doesn't compare to the road he took to get there. Full story

Peter Kuest, BYU
The BYU senior notched 10 career victories in college, thanks to hard work and a little motivation from his dad. Full story

Ana Belac, Duke
Belac plans to tackle the current uncertainty of professional golf with the same toughness and determination she showed at Duke. Full story

Andy Ogletree, Georgia Tech, and John Augenstein, Vanderbilt
The Masters and professional dreams of Andy Ogletree and John Augenstein are on hold as they hope for better times ahead this fall. Full story

Abbey Carlson, Vanderbilt
Carlson's golf career is over, but she is excited about what lies ahead this summer: her dream job with Boeing. Full story