Women's Golf

Regional Challenge

2015-02-08T00:00:00-08:00
Sun., Feb 8
All day
Palos Verdes Golf Club
Palos Verdes, CA

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Huskies Make the Cut to Advance to Final Day of Stroke Play at NCAAs

STILLWATER, Okla. – The 15th ranked University of Washington women's golf team used its best round of the NCAA Championships on Sunday to finish 14th at 38-over 902 (303-300-299). The top 15 teams from the 24-team field earned a spot in the final 18 with the top after Monday will move on to match play action starting on Tuesday at Karsten Creek Golf Course.

Huskies Will Enter Day Three of NCAA Championships in 11th

STILLWATER, Okla. – Following Saturday's second round at the 2018 NCAA Championships, the 15th-ranked Washington women's golf team now sits in 11th place at 27-over 603 (303-300) heading into Sunday's 18 holes. Following the third round, nine of the 24 teams will be cut leaving 15 to play on Monday which will then decide the eight teams that advance to match play on Tuesday and Wednesday.

NCAA Q&A with Mary Lou Mulflur

The Huskies are in Stillwater, Okla., for the 2018 NCAA Championships starting Friday, May 18 at Karsten Creek Golf Course and head coach Mary Lou Mulflur chatting briefly about being back in the national championship and how the first couple of days have been in Oklahoma.

Huskies Ready to Return to NCAA Finals

SEATTLE - The 15th-ranked University of Washington women's golf team returns to the NCAA Championships for the first time since winning it all in 2015-16 this week, teeing off on Friday, May 18 at the Karsten Creek Golf Course in Stillwater, Okla., The Dawgs are one of 24 teams that advanced out of the four NCAA Regional sites.

Huskies Advance to 2018 NCAA Championships

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The 15th ranked University of Washington Women's Golf team clinched a spot in the 2018 NCAA Championships field on Wednesday as the Huskies finished fifth at the Tallahassee Regional with a three-day total of 10-under 854 (273-289-292). It will be the Dawgs 14th appearance in the National Championship and their first since winning it all in 2015-16, when juniors Julianne Alvarez, Sarah Rhee and Wenyung Keh were freshmen.