The Pepperdine men's golf team's season came to an end with an 11th-place result.
The third and final round is on Saturday in Bremerton.
With one round complete, the men's golf team is tied for eighth place.
The Waves are the #12 seed at next week's regional at Gold Mountain Golf Club.
The Waves won their first league championship since 2010 and are headed to the NCAA Regionals.
Photos by Jeff Golden, Kyle Terada/WCC and Roger Horne of the Waves' WCC title at Saticoy Country Club.
Jeff Golden's photos of the Waves hosting the Jones Invitational at Valencia Country Club.
Photos of the Waves in action during the first day of tournament at Wood Ranch Golf Club in Simi Valley.
Jeff Golden photos of the Waves in action at the Southwestern Intercollegiate at North Ranch Country Club.
Jeff Golden's photos of the first and second rounds at Saticoy Country Club.
CAREER: In four seasons, posted a stroke average of 74.22 at 43 tournaments ... His total of 126 rounds played finished just outside Pepperdine’s top 10 ... Posted four top-10 and 11 top-20 finishes along with 21 below-par rounds ... A three-time WCC All-Academic first team selection (just the fourth to do so in program history).
PEPPERDINE 2014-15: Ended his career with a strong senior season that resulted in All-WCC honorable mention status ... Averaged 72.54 strokes, second on the team and 10th in school single-season history ... Led the team with six top-20 finishes ... Tied for the lead with three top-10 results ... Led the Waves at five tournaments ... Tied for second at the season-opening Southwestern Intercollegiate with a 5-under 208 (67-71-70) ... Tied for seventh at the Bill Cullum Invitational with a 5-under 211 (69-69-73) ... Tied for 10th at the WCC Championships (78-74-77=229) ... Tied for 15th at the NCAA Bremerton Regional with a 3-under 213 (67-76-70) ... Had 11 below-par rounds, including a 6-under 65 in the second round of the Arizona Intercollegiate and a 5-under 67 in the first round of the NCAA Bremerton Regional ... Was Pepperdine’s representative at the first-ever Northern Trust Open Collegiate Showcase at Riviera Country Club (tied for third place with a 73) ... Named Pepperdine Athletics’ Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... Made the All-WCC Academic first team for the third time ... Also earned WCC Commissioner’s Honor Roll “silver” honors and was a Pepperdine Scholar-Athlete.
PEPPERDINE 2013-14: Was third on the team with a 74.03 scoring average as a junior ... Made the WCC All-Academic first team for the second time ... Was in the lineup for all 11 tournaments ... Led, or shared the team lead, three times ... Posted career bests for finish (tie for fourth place) and score (6-under 207) at the ASU Thunderbird Invitational (67-71-69) ... That performance plus a tie for 11th at the San Diego Classic earned him WCC Player of the Month honors for March ... Had eight below-par rounds, including a 5-under 66 in the third round of the Redhawk Invitational (where he tied for 19th place) ... Tied for 21st at the WCC Championships (70-72-81) ... Also earned WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll "silver" honors and was a Pepperdine Scholar-Athlete.
PEPPERDINE 2012-13: Named to the WCC All-Academic first team as a sophomore ... Tied for the second-most appearances on the team, competing at nine of the 11 tournaments ... Recorded a 74.67 stroke average in 27 rounds ... Tied for 15th at the North Ranch Intercollegiate (80-68-75=223) ... Tied for 16th at the WCC Championships (75-74-72=221) ... His best round was the 3-under 68 in the second round of the North Ranch Intercollegiate ... Also earned WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll "bronze" honors and was a Pepperdine Scholar-Athlete.
PEPPERDINE 2011-12: Saw the most action among Pepperdine's newcomers, playing in nine events and 25 rounds as a freshman ... Averaged 76.76 strokes, fourth-best on the team ... Best finish and score was a tie for 27th place at the Barona Collegiate Cup with a 1-under 215 (72-74-69) ... His third-round 3-under 69 was his best round of the season ... Took 30th place at the WCC Championships (75-76-75=226) ... Earned WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll "silver" honors and was a Pepperdine scholar-athlete.
JUNIOR/AMATEUR GOLF: Played in the 2013 U.S. Amateur ... Tied for fourth at the 2014 Southwestern Amateur ... Also qualified for the 2013 and 2014 Porter Cup ... During summer 2012, qualified for both the Southern California Amateur and the California State Amateur and made the cut in the former ... Also advanced to match play at the 2012 Pacific Northwest Amateur ... In Spring 2011, won both the FCWT at Mission Hills and the AJGA Junior at Savannah Quarters ... In 2009, qualified for both the U.S. Junior Amateur Golf Championship and the Callaway Junior World Golf Championship ... Has three top-five finishes at AJGA events as well as five top-15 results ... Placed in the top five twice on the SCPGA Toyota Tour Cup Series ... Earned 2010-11 FCWT Academic honors.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Santa Margarita Catholic High School, located in Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., in 2011 ... Made it to the state regionals as a junior and qualified for the state semifinals as a freshman ... A two-year team captain ... Earned three-time All-Trinity League first team honors ... Tied a school match record with a 66 ... Team won league titles his senior and freshman years ... A three-year Scholar-Athlete.
PERSONAL: Born in Newport Beach, Calif. ... Son of George and Karen DeHuff ... Has three siblings: Bo, Robert and Jacqueline ... His brother Bo played golf at USC ... Majoring in business administration ... Has three career holes-in-one ... Chose to attend Pepperdine "for its top Division I golf program, its great location and the close-knit community."
FAVORITES: Enjoys watching movies and playing sports ... Lists his sports hero as Jack Nicklaus ... Favorites include Robert Rock and Cameron Tringale (pro golfers), Pebble Beach (golf course), Unbroken (book), Lone Survivor (movie), ESPN (TV channel), The Beatles, Foster the People and the Red Hot Chili Peppers (musical artists), sushi and watermelon (food) and volleyball and basketball (sports other than golf) ... Favorite thing about golf is "you can always get better, no matter how good you are."