Welcome to Golfweek’s Women’s Midweek Report. We wanted to use this hump day to update you on all the latest women’s college news and give you a quick glance at what to look ahead to this weekend:
Florida's final-round rally – led by a 5-under 67 from junior medalist Ann Young and a 4-under 68 from freshman Karolina Vickova – ends Clemson's dreams of a victory in the first-year program's inaugural tournament.
We are counting down the top 30 women's teams heading into the fall college season. Today's story: No. 14 Florida.
Canadian Eric Banks, who plays for the University of Florida, won a playoff to become one of three natives to Monday-qualify for this week's RBC Canadian Open on the PGA Tour.
Tyler McCumber, a Florida product, picked up his first professional victory by clearing the field at the Florida Open by two shots.
Former Florida Gator T.J. Vogel will make his professional debut this week at the PGA Tour’s John Deere Classic on a sponsor exemption.
The good news for California – it won the 54-hole stroke-play qualifying portion of the NCAA Championship. The bad news for the Bears – no team in has won the title after doing so in this format.
When it comes to injuries and illnesses, Florida head coach Buddy Alexander has been fortunate. That is, until this season, as the Gators have battled numerous injuries to advance to their 13th straight NCAA Championship.
Alabama won its fifth consecutive tournament title Saturday, coming from behind to defeat Florida by six shots at the NCAA's Baton Rouge Regional.
T.J. Vogel is looking like an All-American again, and as a result, the Florida Gators are leading the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional after two rounds.
Gators growl in Round 1, lead by 10 shots over Alabama and South Alabama at the NCAA's Baton Rouge Regional.
Oklahoma remained steady in Round 2 of the NCAA Central Regional, a day when many other teams lost ground.
Florida leads after the first round at the NCAA Central Regional, even without standout senior Isabelle Lendl in the lineup.
Top collegiate men and women golfers are finding the spotlight of majors at this time of year – women in this week's Kraft Nabisco Championship and men in next week's Masters.
Virginia won the Bryan National Collegiate on Sunday by holding off No. 7 Arkansas at Bryan Park in Browns Summit, N.C.
Austin Peay's victory at the Memphis Intercollegiate might be the biggest in program history, considering the field. Also: Don't forget Alabama, while the UCLA women have regrouped.
Alabama picked up a three-shot victory at the Gator Women’s Invitational on Sunday -- its second victory in as many weeks for the Crimson Tide, and both had a hold-your-breath quality.
Florida sophomore Eric Banks couldn't even walk up the stairs at his home after open-heart surgery last June. Now, less than 10 months ago, Banks is back competing for the Gators on the golf course.
The first spring Palmer Cup Rankings have been released. The top six golfers in the new ranking at season's end from both the United States and Europe shall be among the 10 in the selection for each team. Take a look here.