As we saw with Washington's thrilling victory Wednesday, match play at the NCAA Championship is a good thing for women's golf.
Carried the bag on the PGA Tour and twice my player had a share of the lead heading into the back 9 on Sunday … spent three years as a college golf coach at the University of Idaho and Iowa State University as an assistant and interim head college golf coach … learned to run a golf tournament while working for the AJGA … never had a hole-in-one and once scored 38 points in a junior varsity basketball game.
Stories by Lance Ringler
Longhorns headline one of the strongest fields in NCAA Championship history.
College expert Lance Ringler breaks down Wednesday's NCAA Championship finals match up between the Cardinal and the Huskies.
A breakdown of the 2016 Dean and DeLuca Invitational field, according to the Golfweek/Sagarin Pro Rankings and Official World Golf Ranking.
The semifinals are set, and the Pac-12 Conference continues to show dominance here at Eugene Country Club.
Golfweek's Lance Ringler takes a look at the four matchups on the slate for match play at the NCAA Women's Championship.
Duke moved into a tie for second Sunday at the NCAA Women's Championship, right behind USC, as Blue Devils freshman Virginia Elena Carta leads individually with an NCAA-record total.
Eugene Country Club, site of the 2016 NCAA Women's Championship, has proved to be a good test so far, writes Lance Ringler.
Bring the tissues, Lance Ringler writes, because match play at the NCAA Women's Championship is sure to produce lots of tears.
Baylor made 17 birdies on the back nine to finish in a tie for fourth and make it to the NCAA Championships.
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