Dolphins Featured in Sports Illustrated, NBC Golf, and More...

Dolphins Featured in Sports Illustrated, NBC Golf, and More...

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Thanks to making the NCAA Men's Golf National Championship in a somewhat unconventional and extremely memorable way, the Jacksonville University men's golf team has received considerable national and international attention the past two days. Below is a running list of the news organizations that have covered the Dolphins' meteoric rise.

NBC Golf: Collegian stripes, dives in hazard, leads team to NCAAs

Golf Digest: College golfer has to strip down and jump into a lake after accidentally dropping golf ball

SB Nation: This NCAA golfer had to jump into water to gets his ball because of another weird, stupid rule

PGA.com: College golfer strips down, attempts to retrieve ball he accidentally dropped in water

Chicago Tribune: Silly golf rule forced an NCAA golfer to diving for his ball in a pond

The Middletown Press: Golf's rules force NCAA golfer to go diving for his ball in a pond

KSL Broadcasting Salt Lake City: Golfer strips down to underwear to search for ball in lake

The Daily Mail (UK): David Wicks goes the extra mile as promising young English golfer wades into water hazard to retrieve lost ball

The Washington Post: Golf's silly rules forced an NCAA golfer to go diving for his ball in a pond

Bunkered (UK): College golfer strips after ball falls from pocket into water

The Advocate: Sam Burns, LSU win regional titles, heading back to NCAA championships

Yahoo Sports: College golfer strips to underwear, leaps in water to attempt to avoid penalty

USA Today: College Golfer Dives Into Lake After Dropping Ball Off of His Shoe

Golf.com: WATCH: College player in Rules bind strips down, goes bobbing for ball in water hazard

The 42: Golfer strips to underwear and gets into water hazard to comply with bizarre golf rule

Florida Times-Union: Jacksonville University golf team reaches NCAA Championship for first time

CBSSports.com: College golfer drops ball in water, nearly costs team shot at NCAA Championship