Georgetown women's golf coach Katie Brophy got a call from childhood friend Andres Gonzales on May 25 when the Web.com Tour player needed a looper in Potomac, Md.
Ariya Jutanugarn opened her week at the Wegmans LPGA Championship with a tumble down a hill at Locust Hill Country Club in Pittsford, N.Y.
USC’s national championship will go down in the books next to a number of descriptors, blowout and runaway chief among them. But a 21-shot victory on Friday at the University of Georgia Golf Course amounted to something else for the Trojans: a final endurance test.
USC will take a 17-shot lead into the final round of the NCAA Championship, but the Trojans know that weirder things have happened, thus they must remain focused.
Mississippi State's Ally McDonald has a competitive fire that has led her into contention for an NCAA title.
Stanford gets to spend a week in the life of freshman Mariah Stackhouse while at the NCAA Championship. The Stackhouse home is about 90 miles from the course, which was close enough for the Cardinal to pile in the team van early week and take in a home-cooked meal.
Behind freshman Annie Park, USC took complete control at the NCAA Women's Championship on Wednesday, opening a 12-shot lead over Alabama after the morning wave.
The San Jose State Spartans posted a 4-under 284 Tuesday morning and watched it hold up for a share of the NCAA women's championships' first-round lead as USC pulled evening during the afternoon wave.
Alabama is aiming for national title No. 2, season victory No. 8 and consecutive victory No. 6 this week at the NCAA Women's Championship. Here are 5 Things you need to know from Monday's practice rounds in Athens, Ga.
Georgia senior Emilie Burger has made the most of her four years as a Bulldog, especially her fourth year, as new head coach Josh Brewer moved in to take over the reigns. She will compete in her first and last national championship in her backyard of Athens, Ga.
Annie Dulman capped her freshman season at Rollins with Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year honors. It signals good things to come.
Cal’s 20-shot rout at Palouse Ridge in Pullman, Wash., is the Golden Bears' 11th victory of the 2012-13 season. Cal had tied the unofficial NCAA record of 10 with its Pac-12 victory.
UCLA won its third stroke-play title of the season at the NCAA Tempe Regional, and claimed its fifth regional title in the past decade. The Bruins finished 17 shots ahead of the next-closest teams.
Lynn edged defending champion Nova Southeastern at the NCAA Division II Women's National Championship, establishing itself as yet another South Florida women's golf powerhouse.
USC won its fourth consecutive regional on Saturday, this time with major help from two freshman – Annie Park and Kyung Kim. The top-ranked Trojans finished one-shot ahead of Vanderbilt to win.
Eight always is a significant number at NCAA regionals – it’s the number of teams that gets to advance to the NCAA Championship – but particularly special this year for the Blue Devils. Mississippi State's Ally McDonald won the individual title.
Oklahoma remained steady in Round 2 of the NCAA Central Regional, a day when many other teams lost ground.
Vanderbilt is getting a new look at NCAA regionals from the West Coast. The Commodores lead top-ranked and top-seeded USC by a shot.
Florida leads after the first round at the NCAA Central Regional, even without standout senior Isabelle Lendl in the lineup.
According to the survey findings, 21.3 percent of Division I men’s golfers reported wagering on sports, a violation of NCAA rules, more than any of the other 10 Division I men’s programs surveyed.
Detroit enters the NCAA Central Regional searching for its 10th victory this season. The Titans are coming off a win at the Horizon League Championship.
The St. Edward's men’s golf team opened its trip to the NCAA South Central/West Regional with a sleepy Sunday morning in Eastern Washington. While players slept in, however, the coaches were getting a look at the countryside.
Taylor Coleman was the talk of Las Colinas after storming to the top of the leaderboard as a little-known Texas teenager.
USC, Duke and Alabama will take the No. 1 seeds into their respective regionals as NCAA postseason play begins May 9. They are among the 72 teams that will make up three NCAA Regional fields around the country.
Carson Young started the day within three shots of the lead and opened his round with two bogeys, but was able to rebound for a final-round 70 that landed him a two-shot victory over four others at the Junior Invitational.
Rico Hoey is one of eight players within three shots of the lead at the Junior Invitational, but only have 18 holes left to catch 36-hole leader Sam Horsfield.
Sam Burns and Robby Shelton put so-so rounds on Friday behind them by posting 68s on Saturday to move to 2 under overall and only three shots off the lead.
A pair of Englishmen -- Matthew Fitzpatrick at 1 under and leader Sam Horsfield at 4 under -- were able to tame the tough Sage Valley track on Friday during the first round of the Junior Invitational.
The damage on the par-3 2nd hole at Sage Valley? One sextuple bogey, four quadruple bogeys, three triple bogeys and seven doubles -- meaning 15 of 54 players posted worse than bogey.
The Junior Invitational is unique in its limited, elite field and has built itself around a desire to provide the very best experience in junior golf.
Every caddie in the Sage Valley shack wanted Greyson Sigg’s bag this week, but neither Sigg nor looper Bernard Dent know exactly how they ended up together.
Alabama rolled to a 14-shot victory in the SEC Tournament, while Stephanie Meadow became the first Crimson Tide woman to win the individual title.
Emily Haas and the Louisville women’s golf team are concentrating on earning a Big East Conference championship title and the automatic qualifier into NCAA regional play that comes with it.
Of five freshmen women posting strong seasons, two have a legitimate shot at Player of the Year honors: Annie Park of USC and Mariah Stackhouse of Stanford are ranked in the sport's top five.
With just over a week before the opening tee shot is struck at Sage Valley, here are five players to watch Golfweek’s top 50 to tuck into the back of your mind.
Welcome to Golfweek’s Women's Midweek Report. We wanted to use this hump day to update you on all the latest women’s college news and give you a quick glance at what to look ahead to this weekend.
Cal rallied from a nine-shot deficit to defeat UCLA and win the Western Intercollegiate for its ninth victory of the season.
UCLA took a nine-shot lead after 36 holes at the Western Intercollegiate, and will have to hold off California and Stanford in the final round.
San Diego State got to take one of the most coveted statements in college golf away from the 2011-12 season. The Aztecs were one of eight teams to qualify for the NCAA Championship match-play bracket.
The Western Intercollegiate's past champions list is dotted with names such as Johnny Miller and Ken Venturi. This week’s 14-team field includes top-ranked Cal and four more in Golfweek’s top 20.
Notebook: Lizette Salas fires a final-round 79 in front of a "hometown" crowd, while Lydia Ko takes low-amateur status for the third time in a major.
It was almost like someone waved a red flag on the first tee. Leader Inbee Park and Lizette Salas matched birdies there to start the day and kept grinding from there. Park was unflappable on the greens, putting only 28 times on her way to a 5-under 67 that gave her a three-shot lead on Salas. See the 5 Things You Need To Know from the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
Lizette Salas handles the pressure of finding the rough during Friday's 18th with an up-and-down from the fairway to scramble for par – showing the kind of clutch ability she showed at USC.
Jodi Ewart Shadoff has been a co-leader during the first two rounds of the Kraft Nabisco Championship – and jokes that her anchored putting stroke doesn't exactly help much in the big picture.
Starting on the back, Alabama's Stephanie Meadow double-bogeyed No. 13 and bogeyed No. 15. She had three birdies on the front to get to 1-over 73 for the day.
Suzann Pettersen says on-course enjoyment is the hardest part of the game for her. Thursday’s bogey-free 68, however, left a smile on her face.
Lydia Ko already has three professional victories, and she knows what it’s like to have fans and media clamoring for her time. It has made the game that much more exciting, yet that much more serious.
Alison Lee withdrew from the Kraft Nabisco Championship on Wednesday, citing poor play.
Angel Yin, 14, shot 5-under 67 on Tuesday at Mission Hills’ Arnold Palmer course and earned the final spot in the Kraft Nabisco Championship field, courtesy of the Southern California Junior Golf Association’s Legacy Junior Challenge.
Moriya Jutanugarn isn't just working on her putting after making her first five LPGA cuts – she seeks out ways to gain experience early in her pro career as well, and that's no different at this week's Kraft Nabisco Championship.