After completing a successful freshman campaign at UCLA, top-ranked Alison Lee was greeted with a phone call from one of the all-time women's golf greats Annika Sorenstam – something Lee will cherish forever.
Stanford junior Patrick Rodgers and UCLA freshman Alison Lee finished the 2013-14 season as Golfweek’s top-ranked male and female players, respectively, meriting Player of the Year honors
The slates are effectively wiped clean as Stanford leads eight teams into quarterfinals match play at Prairie Dunes for the next phase of the 2014 NCAA Division I Men's Championship. Keep up with the highlights right here!
LSU was down early in its match against UCLA, but rode juniors Ben Taylor and Curtis Thompson to a 4-1 victory, advancing to face Alabama in Tuesday afternoon's NCAA semifinals.
See our staff's predictions, as well as complete tee times and pairings, for Tuesday's quarterfinals round of match play at the 2014 NCAA Division I Men's Championship at Prairie Dunes in Hutchinson, Kan.
UCLA didn't start Monday's final stroke-play round on the right note, but clutch putts on its back nine propelled the Bruins to match play for the first time since 2012.
With the last stroke-play round finally wrapping up late Monday evening at Prairie Dunes in Hutchinson, Kan., here is a quick look at the eight teams that will move on to match play Tuesday.
The NCAA D-I Men's Championship is set to crown an individual champion today while setting the match-play field of eight that will chase a title -- all with an eye on the weather. Keep up with the highlights right here!
The favorites are in position in the NCAA D-I women's championship: No. 2 UCLA is second as top-ranked USC and No. 3 Duke are tied for third at 293 with Arizona State, all trailing first-round leader Oklahoma.
High winds blistered scorecards in the first round of the NCAA Division I Women's Championships, and Oklahoma took advantage of those familiar conditions for a three-shot lead as three powerhouses give chase.
Among an elite foursome in the women’s game, three occupy the top spots in the Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings -- USC, UCLA and Duke -- as well as favorites at this week's NCAA D-I Women's Championship.
Top-seeded Georgia bested runner-up Georgia State by 13 shots to capture the NCAA San Antonio Regional while UCLA edged TCU for the fifth and final berth in the NCAA Championship.
Top-seeded Georgia jumped out to an early lead Thursday at the NCAA San Antonio Regional while College of Charleston, the No. 11 seed, is four shots back in solo second at Briggs Ranch Golf Course.
In the final round of the NCAA Central Regional, it was UCLA who ran away with the title, while Kansas made a big push to advance to its first NCAA Championship.
Kent State's Wad Phaewchimplee continues to lead the NCAA Central Regional despite struggling in Round 2, while UCLA fired a 1-over 289 during the second round to take the lead by 1 over California on the team leaderboard.
The NCAA announced its Division I women's regional lineups April 28, and while the No. 1 seeds Duke (East), UCLA (Central) and USC (West) are familiar, parity will drive excitement.
UCLA maintained its one-shot advantage at the Pac-12 Championship, with Arizona using a 1-under 287 to climb into second place at the Trysting Tree GC in Corvallis, Ore.
UCLA took a slight lead over No. 4 Stanford and No. 10 Arizona in the first round of the Pac-12 Championship.
As the spring season progresses, Golfweek is monitoring the race for the inaugural ANNIKA Award presented by 3M to the best female college golfer. Here are 10 notable players to watch.
Welcome to Golfweek’s Men's Midweek Report. We wanted to use this hump day to update you on all the latest men's college news, April 2-9.