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.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Severe weather came through Blessings Golf Club on Saturday at the NCAA National Championships, forcing the early morning groups to not complete their round and the afternoon groups (Washington included) to not be able to start. Second round action will resume for all teams at 8 a.m. PT with the morning wave finishing their round and the afternoon wave (UW) starting from holes 1 and 10.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark - The 18th ranked University of Washington women's golf team opened up the 2019 NCAA Championships at the challenging Blessings Golf Club with a 19-over 311 to put them in ninth following Friday's opening round. Senior Sarah Rhee led the Dawgs as she is tied for fifth with a 1-over 74.
SAN FRANCISCO – Four University of Washington women's golf student-athletes earned recognition for their work off the course on Thursday as they were named to the 2019 Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention team. The conference honored seniors Julianne Alvarez and Wenyung Keh along with juniors Alice Duan and Karen Miyamoto.