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Duke, UCLA, USC draw women's D-I top seeds

Duke, UCLA, USC draw women's NCAA Division I top regional seeds

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.

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Winner's Style: Seung-Yul Noh, Zurich Classic

Winner's Style: Seung-Yul Noh, Zurich Classic

Seung-Yul Noh notched his first PGA Tour victory at the Zurich Classic on April 27. See what he wore on three of the four days at TPC Louisiana in New Orleans.

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Sage Valley experience heightens in 2014

Sage Valley experience heightens in Junior Invitational's 4th year

The Sage Valley experience was again in full-force this year at the Junior Invitational, which finally got its premier champion in top-ranked junior player Scottie Scheffler.

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Lynn, Nova headline D-II regional fields

Lynn, Nova Southeastern headline D-II regional fields

Defending champion Lynn and 2013 runner-up Nova Southeastern headline the field for four women’s Division II super regionals May 4-7, competing for 12 team and 12 individual spots in the championships.

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NCAA women get one last stroke-play title

NCAA women prepare for final stroke-play championship

Today, 72 teams will learn where they are headed for NCAA regional competition. Later this month, 24 teams and six individuals will make up the NCAA Championship field to be played at Tulsa (Okla.) Country Club.

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Teen prodigy Ko makes believers out of LPGA rivals

Teen prodigy Ko makes believers out of her LPGA rivals

At 17, Lydia Ko exudes maturity, gaining the respect and admiration of her older counterparts on the LPGA tour.

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Koepka locks up special temporary status at Zurich

Brooks Koepka locks up special temporary status at Zurich Classic

Brooks Koepka's tie for 21st at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans earned the former Florida State standout special temporary status on the PGA Tour.

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OWGR: Noh cracks top 100; McIlroy falls from top 10

Seung-Yul Noh cracks OWGR top 100; Rory McIlroy drops out of top 10

Coming off his first PGA Tour victory Sunday at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, Seung-Yul Noh moved into the top 100 in the latest Official World Golf Ranking while Rory McIlroy dropped out of the top 10 for the first time since 2011.