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Lance Ringler's NCAA women's regional predictions for selection Monday
NCAA Division I women's regional assignments will be made Monday, and Lance Ringler predicts how they might look.
Lance Ringler's regional predictions: How NCAA men's college golf postseason could look
College golf turns toward NCAA regional play soon, which prompted Lance Ringler to predict how the field at each of six sites could look.
Texas Longhorns and Scottie Scheffler score big wins at Western Intercollegiate
The Texas Longhorns and freshman Scottie Scheffler swept the Western Intercollegiate on Sunday as former Longhorn Jordan Spieth won the Masters.
Young Stanford team finds form at Pasatiempo for Western Intercollegiate
Stanford Cardinal leads the Western Intercollegiate after one round at Pasatiempo Golf Course.
College golf eyes on Texas Longhorns, Arizona State Sun Devils at scenic Pasatiempo for Western Intercollegiate
Expect Texas and Arizona State to steal college-golf headlines at the Western Intercollegiate at Pasatiempo.
How to win your 2015 Masters office pool with PGA Tour stars and sleeper picks
Want to know how to win your 2015 Masters office pool? Choose the big-name PGA Tour players, but add the guy whom no one else will pick.
Top D2 player Adam Svensson to leave Barry University and turn professional
After Adam Svensson, a junior at Barry University (which competes at the NCAA Division II level), won the Matlock Collegiate Classic on Feb. 10, he felt the time was right to turn professional.
Anatomy of NCAA college golf: Where do players come from?
California leads the nation in stocking NCAA Division I programs with players. The question is, where do all the rest come from?
Women's college conference preview: Mid-American Conference
It's hard to believe any team but Kent State will take home the Mid-American Conference title this spring. The Golden Flashes dominate this conference.
Men's college conference preview: Mid-American Conference
Kent State is the favorite in the Mid-American Conference, but a victory by the Golden Flashes isn't a sure thing. Eastern Michigan, Miami of Ohio and Akron could challenge.
Women's college conference preview: Big Ten Conference
Northwestern is the clear favorite in the Big Ten Conference, but if any team is going to steal its thunder, expect that team to be Ohio State.
Men's college golf preview: Big Ten Conference
The Fighting Illini are ranked No. 1 in the Golfweek/Sagarin Rankings and no other team in the Big Ten Conference is in the top 40 as the spring season gets underway.
Tim Mickelson taps Eric Hoos to replace brother as Arizona State assistant
Former Denver head coach Eric Hoos has replaced Phil Mickelson as the assistant coach at Arizona State.
Jay Rees steps down as Texas-Arlington head men's golf coach
Jay Rees, head men’s golf coach at Texas-Arlington, has resigned after seven seasons with the Mavericks.
Illinois commitment takes Michael Feagles north to play college golf
Given Michael Feagles’ Arizona roots, a recent verbal commitment to the University of Illinois raised eyebrows. Rarely does a talented junior player head north to play college golf.
North Carolina, Pacific gain talent in transfers
In college golf, it’s rare for an impact player to transfer at semester even though it is legal if the player is released by the school. It happened to a few programs during winter break.
NCAA men's college preview: Florida State is a favorite in the ACC
The ACC could be one of the best conference championships in all of college golf. Florida State is a favorite, with chasers Wake Forest, Georgia Tech and North Carolina at its heels.
St. John's men's coach Frank Darby is out
St. John's men's golf coach Frank Darby has been relieved of his duties with the Red Storm.
Ringler: Foley, .500 rule, substitution drives coaches convention
For the first time in many years, the annual GCAA and WGCA National Convention in Las Vegas was laid back and presented a lot of reasons to smile.
College men: Lance Ringler's 2014 midseason grades
Here are Lance Ringler's midseason grades for the 2014 fall college men's golf season.
Wake Forest men return to 'upper echelon of college golf'
A strong team bond and winning fall season have elevated Wake Forest back among the elite in men's college golf.
Ringler: Lure of LPGA Q-School puts top college teams in limbo
The tournament that could make the most difference in women’s college golf this year isn’t even on the college-golf schedule. That tournament, however, could have a huge impact on what happens at the biggest event that is on the schedule: the NCAA Women’s Championship.
Julien Brun to remain at TCU for spring semester
There was speculation that Julien Brun, who hails from Antibes, France, would not return to TCU next spring, instead opting to begin a professional career. That question has been answered, and Brun will be in the TCU lineup next spring.
Ducks land top spot in final fall coaches poll, up from preseason 25
Early in the year, after I had put Oregon in the No. 26 position in Golfweek’s preseason top-30 rankings, a coach texted to tell me the Ducks were going to be much better than that.
Phil Mickelson named interim assistant at Arizona State
Phil Mickelson, PGA Tour star and former NCAA champion, has joined the coaching staff at Arizona State. Mickelson has been named an interim assistant coach for the Sun Devils.
New Mexico's Gavin Green repeats at Western Refining College All-America Classic
New Mexico senior Gavin Green successfully defended his title at the Western Refining College All-America Golf Classic on Sunday in El Paso, Texas.
Green's record day puts him in Western Refining lead
New Mexico's Gavin Green took the lead at the Western Refining College All-America Golf Classic with a tournament-record 62 in the second round.
Western Refining Classic brings top talent to El Paso
The Western Refining College All-America Golf Classic, which brings 20 of college golf's top individuals to El Paso, Texas, started with long drive and putting festivities Friday that saw Bryson Dechambeau hit a 348-yard blast.
Ringler: For women, NCAA match play could level playing field
With the arrival of match play to determine the NCAA women’s team winner this spring, the door swings open to more potential champions.
In quest for Ryder Cup leader, college coaches deserve a look
After losing a third consecutive Ryder Cup and having dropped eight of the past 10, the U.S. should consider college coaches as captains, Lance Ringler writes.
11-year-old commits to Connecticut Huskies men's golf team
Last month, 11-year-old Ben James of Milford, Conn., committed to Connecticut head coach Dave Pezzino's scholarship offer for the fall of 2021.
Lance Ringler: New men's college golf season a must-watch
With the opening weekend of college golf now in the rear view mirror, its now full throttle into the fall season. Eight action-packed weeks of college golf will make this new season a must-watch, writes Lance Ringler.
Men's countdown: Lance Ringler's preseason top 30
Another college golf season is upon us with the fall season getting underway. During the next 10 days, Golfweek will countdown the top 30 men's teams in its preseason rankings.
Proposed NCAA format offers right mix of medal, match play
The recent proposal from the NCAA Division I men’s and women’s golf committees – adding an extra 18 holes of stroke play for top 15 teams and top nine individuals from non qualifying teams – seems to be the best model to date.
Josh Gregory resigns from alma mater SMU as Mustangs men's golf coach
After three seasons at SMU, Josh Gregory has resigned from his position as head golf coach after guiding the Mustangs to an NCAA Championship appearance for the first time since 2005.
Sammie Chergo named Oregon State head women's golf coach
Oregon State may have made the biggest splash on the women’s side with coaching hires this summer by hiring Sammie Chergo.
Ringler: Players Amateur provides comfort zone
At Berkeley Hall GC in Bluffton, S.C., the Players Amateur simply is about good golf and everything a player wants during a tournament – from easy logistics to pristine greens.
Emily Kuhfeld named Georgia Southern's 1st women's coach
Georgia Southern will field its first women’s golf team in the fall of 2015 and the coach that will direct the program is Emily Kuhfeld.
Sam Horsfield, Jorge Garcia remain committed to Florida
Sam Horsfield and Jorge Garcia each confirmed to Golfweek that they are both still committed to join Florida's men's golf program, led by new coach J.C. Deacon, in the fall of 2015.
UW assistant Dan Potter named head coach at Boise State
University of Washington assistant coach Dan Potter has been named head coach at Boise State. Potter spent the past two seasons at Washington, where he played his college golf from 2000-2004.
USF Bulls hire Steve Bradley, formerly of Mercer Bears, as men's golf coach
USF hired Steve Bradley as its men's golf head coach Friday, bringing in the former Mercer Bears coach and Florida native to replace Chris Malloy, who went to the Ole Miss Rebels.
Memphis names Blake Smart new men's head coach
Oklahoma assistant coach Blake Smart, a former Kennesaw State head coach, will return to being the head man for the University of Memphis' men's golf team.
Diana Cantu named Maryland women's coach
Baylor assistant coach Diana Cantú has been named head women’s golf coach at the University of Maryland.
Jimmy Walker's main concern as FedEx Cup playoffs near? Staying fresh
FedEx Cup leader Jimmy Walker could get passed by second-place Bubba Watson this week at the Greenbrier Classic. But with just seven weeks remaining until the playoffs, Walker's main concern is staying fresh as he prepares for a 'fast and furious' stretch of golf.
The Old White TPC a welcoming sight for Greenbrier money leader Ted Potter Jr.
The Old White TPC may be a welcoming sight for Ted Potter Jr., who has struggled this season but is the 2012 champion and all-time money leader at the Greenbrier Classic.
Steve Stricker to have wife on bag at Greenbrier, leaning toward skipping British Open
Steve Stricker will have his wife Nicki on the bag this week at the Greenbrier Classic, where he said Wednesday that he's leaning toward not playing in the Open Championship in two weeks but could decide to play if he's playing well.
Former Marshall golfer Brian Anania has 'incredible' experience during Monday practice round
A Monday practice-round pairing with Tom Watson, Jimmy Walker and Brendon Todd was an 'incredible' experience for former Marshall golfer and 2014 West Virginia Amateur champion Brian Anania.
Stanford product Patrick Rodgers continues path to PGA Tour at Greenbrier Classic
It was only a matter of time before Patrick Rodgers arrived on the PGA Tour. This week at the Greenbrier Classic, Rodgers can make his third straight Tour cut as he sets his sights on earning his PGA Tour card.
Stacy Lewis atop rankings as USWO gets underway
A look at the Golfweek/Sagarin Rankings as the U.S. Women's Open starts on Thursday, with Stacy Lewis sitting atop the rankings since November.
Alan Murray, Therese Hession earn Coach of the Year honors
Alabama-Birmingham's Alan Murray and Ohio State's Therese Hession have earned Golfweek Coach of the Year honors.