News for Monday, October 10, 2011
Sanz, who is from Madrid, Spain, posted rounds of 69-70-68 for a 9-under 207 total to win the Tar Heel Invitational by one shot over over North Carolina State's Augusta James, Alabama's Brooke Pancake and Michigan State's Caroline Powers. The victory is the first of her college career for the sophomore.
LSU won for the second time in three starts this fall with a victory at the Tar Heel Invitational.
Mills, winner of the U.S. Public Links and the Players Amateur, closed with a 3-under 67 at Old Overton Club.
Led by Dylan Frittelli, the Longhorns claimed a 20-shot win over Alabama and Clemson at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate on Oct. 4.
Ratner cruising at D-III
The conditions turned brutal Monday at Sandestin, but Guilford's Noah Ratner continued to cruise, taking a four-shot lead at the Division III Golfweek Fall Invitational.
Ping Invite champs
Battling difficult conditions and a brutal course, A.J. McInerney and Jaye Marie Green rose to the top of the leaderboard Sept. 10 to win the Ping Invitational.
says from Rickie Fowler's win to Elliot Saltman winning his weight in ham for a hole-in-one, it was an odd weekend.
From Rickie Fowler's win to Elliot Saltman winning his weight in ham for a hole-in-one, it was an odd weekend.
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We’ve focused a lot on the Pac-12 and West Coast teams, so let’s turn toward my side of the country. Today, I’m breaking down and ranking the teams from the ACC:
has given a verbal commitment to play golf at SMU.
Austin Smotherman of Loomis, Calif., has given a verbal commitment to play college golf at SMU under former Augusta State head coach Josh Gregory.