Sites set for ’10 Golfweek Conference Challenge

Red Sky Golf Club, site of the Golfweek Women's Conference Challenge.

Women's Rankings »

1Alison LeeUCLA  69.96 
2Stephanie MeadowAlabama  70.17 
3Gaby LopezArkansas  70.29 
4Noemi JimenezArizona St  70.31 
5Celine BoutierDuke  70.40 

Women's Team Rankings »

1Southern California 70.64  13 
2UCLA 70.83  12 
3Duke 70.89  11 
4Stanford 71.74  13 
5Arizona State 71.75  12 

Men's Rankings »

1Casey FernandezSo. Miss.  66.31 
2Tomasz AndersonJ'Ville St  67.12 
3Chase KoepkaUSF-Bulls  67.27 
4Hunter StewartVanderbilt  67.27 
5Maverick McNealyStanford  67.32 

Men's Team Rankings »

1South Florida 68.18 
2Illinois 68.90 
3SE Louisiana 69.66 
4Florida State 69.78 
5Baylor 69.89 

Golfweek will again host the men’s and women’s Golfweek Conference Challenge in the fall of 2010.

The inaugural Conference Challenge was played this fall. Florida State won the men’s event and Pepperdine won the women’s tournament. Each program finished the fall ranked inside the top 15; the Seminoles were No. 5 and the Waves No. 13.


Spirit Hollow Golf Club, site of the 2010 men's Golfweek Conference Challenge.

Next fall the women’s event will move from Primm, Nev., to Vail, Colo., and will be played Sept. 25-28 on the Fazio Course at Red Sky Golf Club.

The men’s event will remain in Iowa, but switch venues. Next year’s tournament will be played at Spirit Hollow Golf Club in Burlington, Iowa, and take place Sept. 18-21.

The University of Iowa will serve as the host school for the men’s event, and the University of Denver will be the host school for the women’s event.

The fields for each event will be finalized in early 2010.

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