The players and coaches from the Georgia men's golf team sat in the airport in Tulsa, Okla., just a few hours after the end of their season. Unlike most collegiate squads, though, the Bulldogs didn't have to worry about saying any goodbyes.
For the first time in recent history, the Bulldogs didn't have any seniors on their roster. That created something of a good news, bad news situation for Georgia. The bad news was that the Bulldogs had to rely primarily on inexperienced underclassmen, but the good news was how the newcomers responded to the challenge - boding well for the future.
"We already are looking forward to next season," Georgia coach Chris Haack said. "In team golf, it's very important to build chemistry. It takes time, especially for the players who are coming straight in from junior golf, but I saw our team maturing each and every day. I thought we were playing well coming down the stretch, so we're excited about getting started again next year so we can continue what we started."