There is no denying that match play has created buzz at the men's NCAA Championships during the past five years, so why haven't more conference championships adopted the style of play? Our Lance Ringler says they should.
Forsyth Country Day School's Gray Townsend decided to walk on at SMU after being granted a release from his national letter of intent with Furman in February. Now, his focus is back on helping his high school team to another state title.
Allie White, Jackie Chang, Katherine Perry and Casey Grice, four the five University of North Carolina players, during the final round of the Women's NCAA East Regionals at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Stephanie Meadow, right, of University of Alabama is the individual leader during the Women's NCAA East Regionals. University of Alabama shot a team total of 866, two better than University of North Carolina.
Arizona State's Carlota Ciganda, center, gets a ruling from NCAA rules official Ted Burfeind, left, at No. 18 during the Women's NCAA East Regionals. At right is Arizona State head coach, Melissa Luellen.