PULLMAN, Wash. – The Washington women's golf team is set to begin 2019-20 season this week as it heads to the Cougar Cup at Palouse Ridge Golf Course in Pullman Monday-Tuesday, Sept. 16-17. The two-day 54 hole event will take place with 36 holes on Monday on the par-72, 6,239 yard course followed by 18 on Tuesday.
SEATTLE – The University of Washington Women's Golf Team will once again take on a tough schedule, head coach Mary Lou Mulflur announced on Monday. The Huskies compete all across the country, heading to Kentucky, Hawaii (twice), Ohio and California.
VICTORIA, B.C. – National Champion alumni Julianne Alvarez and Wenyung Keh helped New Zealand win the 2019 Astor Trophy this weekend, marking the first time in the 60-year history of the event that New Zealand has claimed the victory at Royal Colwood Golf Club in Canada. The five-country tournament is played every four years dating back to 1959.
SEATTLE – National Championship Head Women's Golf Coach Mary Lou Mulflur has announced the hiring of Courtney Jones as an associate head coach. The highly-accoladed Jones comes from Oklahoma State having spent the last six seasons as the Cowgirls' head coach with two seasons prior to that as an assistant in Stillwater.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The 18th ranked University of Washington women's golf team's season came to an end on Monday as the Huskies finished 18th at the 2019 NCAA Championships. UW posted a 61-over 937 (311-311-315) during the weather-shortened 54-hole stroke play portion of the championship at the par-73 Blessings Golf Club.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The 18th ranked University of Washington women's golf team currently sits in 17th place following round two at the NCAA Championships on Sunday at Blessings Golf Club. The Dawgs carded 19-over 311 to push their two-round score to 38-over 622 (311-311). Senior Sarah Rhee continues to lead the squad as she is tied for 19th.