News for Tuesday, October 4, 2011
has given a verbal commitment to Boston College.
Isabel Southard, the No. 31-ranked player in the 2012 class, has given a verbal commitment to stay in New England and play college golf at Boston College. Southard, who attends Sharon (Mass.) High School, made unofficial visits to Texas, Wake Forest, Kentucky, Maryland and Boston College.
Oklahoma State earned its second consecutive win this season after finishing one shot ahead of runner-up Arizona at the Windy City Collegiate on Tuesday. The win leaves new head coach Alan Bratton with a perfect start at the helm of the Cowgirls' program.
The Memphis men’s team held on for a two-stroke victory over North Carolina-Greensboro on Tuesday at the Wolfpack Intercollegiate.
After a rough 13th place finish to start the year at Olympia Fields, the Dukies rebounded nicely with a win at their own Rod Myers Invitational.
Texas wins Jerry Pate
Senior Dylan Frittelli and heralded freshman Jordan Spieth helped lead Texas to an impressive, 20-stroke victory Oct. 4 at the Jerry Pate Intercollegiate.
Nationwide Tour notes
John Peterson, the reigning NCAA champion, will make his pro debut at this week’s Children’s Hospital Classic after Monday qualifying for the Nationwide Tour stop in Chattanooga, Tenn.
Nicole Smith's diary: The commercials, the shows, the fan reaction - it is all adding up to slowly changing Nicole's life. But will it change it forever?
Those who treasure honesty and candor have lost a hero in former Tour winner Dave Hill, who died Sept. 27.
Fantasy Tip Sheet
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