Two years and two days ago, the Washington women’s golf team clinched a spot in the National Championships, and two weeks after that the Huskies took home their first title in program history. The core of the current UW team were all freshmen, surprising everyone to take home the prize on co…
The No. 15 Washington women’s golf team couldn’t maintain its momentum from a historic first day at the Tallahassee Regional, but still ended the day in second place at the Don Veller Seminole Golf Club.
The No. 14 Washington women’s golf team hosted the Pac-12 championships at Broadmoor Golf Club, finishing in seventh at the par-72 course just a short ride from the UW campus.
Rain cancelled play at the Buckeye Invitation on Sunday, and the No. 15 Washington women’s golf team wrapped up play in Columbus, Ohio, with a fourth-place finish.
The No. 16 Washington women’s golf team earned another good result over the weekend, finishing second at the PING/ASU Invitational in Tempe, Arizona. The Huskies led the field of 14 teams, including eight ranked in the top 50, after the first round of play, and finished four shots behind No.…
In weather much warmer than at home, the Washington women’s golf team earned its first top-five finish of the spring. The Huskies finished 50-over par to come in fifth out of 16 teams at the Bruin Wave Invitational in San Luis Obispo, California, going 308-306-300.
The Washington women’s golf team began its 2018 spring season with a ninth-place finish at the Northrop-Grumman Regional Challenge in Palos Verdes, California. The Dawgs climbed two places Monday to finish with a total score of 42-over 894 (297, 299, 298), 27 shots back of first-place UCLA.
A strong finish moved the Washington women’s golf team up to finish tied for fifth place at the Nanea Pac-12 Preview. With a score of 301-292, the team scored even with Colorado at 593. Karen Miyamoto led the team in scoring with a score of +2 on the first day and +1 on the second for a fina…
The Washington women’s golf team is on its way to Hawaii to take on the 11 other Pac-12 Conference teams in the Nanea Pac-12 Preview for the two-day tournament in Kailua Kona.
The Washington women’s golf team went down to Pebble Beach looking to prove itself and left with a sorely missed opportunity to capitalize. A strong start put the Huskies in third place after a sunny and cool first day on the Poppy Hills Course, but along with the weather, the Dawgs’ hopes w…
Coming off its first place finish at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational the Washington women’s golf team travels down to Pebble Beach with the opportunity to take on Stanford, the team they beat for the 2016 National Championship. The tournament is hosted by former U.S. Secretary of State Co…
The Washington women’s golf team showed a dominant performance at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational, leading in score two of the three days and winning first overall. Not far from home at the Sahalee Country Club in Sammamish, the team held on to win the tournament with a final score of 871.
The season came to an end Wednesday afternoon for the No. 40 Washington women’s golf team, as it fell out the top six in the 2017 NCAA Albuquerque Regionals. The reigning national champions entered the final day of competition on the cutoff, but dropped two places at the Championship Course …
The No. 40 Washington women’s golf team continued its efforts defending its national championship in the second round of the NCAA Albuquerque Regionals on Tuesday. Joined by 17 other teams, the Huskies completed 36 holes of the three-day tournament at the Championship Course in New Mexico.
The No. 40 Washington women’s golf team has started off its post-season with plenty of momentum. The Huskies are hoping to defend their title at the national championships in Sugar Grove, Ill., beginning May 19.
The No. 40 Washington women’s golf team continues its postseason at the 2017 NCAA Albuquerque Regionals. The Huskies will join a field of 17 other teams at the Championship Course for a 54-hole tournament beginning Monday.
The first tournament of the postseason is in the books for the reigning NCAA champions after the Washington women’s golf team played the final round of the Pac-12 Championships Wednesday at Sewailo Golf Club.
The No. 42 Washington women’s golf team entered its first preseason as the reigning national champions. The Huskies, however, did not have the start they may have hoped for as they fell outside the top five and finished in seventh place after shooting 20-over 308.
The No. 53 Washington women’s golf team will begin its postseason with the Pac-12 championships Monday at the Sewailo Golf Course in Tucson, Ariz. The Huskies will face some of the toughest teams in the nation, as five conference schools are ranked inside the top 20.
After a tough weekend of competition, the Washington women’s golf team pulled off a top-three finish after shooting even-par 864 through three days of work.
Coming off a first-place performance, the Washington women’s golf team has a quick turnaround as it will take the road again, this time to the Arizona desert.
The men’s golf team can’t have all the fun. Upon returning to the course after nearly a month off, the Washington women’s golf team rounded out the top-10 at the LSU Invite over the weekend. Now, the Huskies will travel to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, to compete in the Hawkeye El Tigre Invitational.
After nearly a month off, the Washington women’s golf team sent six women to Louisiana to compete in the LSU Tiger Golf Classic. The three-day competition began Friday at The University Club — a par-72 6,247-yard course.
The Washington women’s golf team continued its third consecutive week of play on the road, this time in San Luis Obispo, Calif., at the Bruin Wave Invitational. Matched up against some of the top teams in the Pac-12 and around the country, the Huskies recorded a top-10 performance.
The Washington women’s golf team took the course for the second time since the new year this weekend and rebounded well after finishing in 15th place just a week ago. The Huskies traveled south to New Orleans to compete in the two-day, three-round Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Championship.
Against seven of the nation’s top-20 schools, the Washington women’s golf team had a rough outing Sunday in the first round of the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge.
The Washington women’s golf team will open its spring season in much warmer climates as the Huskies head down the coast to compete in the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge.
The Washington women’s golf team played on its biggest stage since the national championships last season after being invited to play for the prestigious East Lake Cup on the East Coast.
The Washington women’s golf team continues its season on the other side of the country, competing in the East Lake Cup in Atlanta. The three-day, 54-hole tournament begins Monday with the UW, the reigning NCAA national champions, headlining the field.
The Washington women’s golf team finished in 10th place at the Pac-12 Preview in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, shooting 48-over 924. The Huskies were only able to top the host team, as the Rainbow Wahine rounded the field of 11 finishing 82-over 958.
The Washington women’s golf team finished its weekend on the coast with a 16th place finish at the Stanford Intercollegiate. The Huskies struggled at first, finishing outside the top 10 after round one and two, and didn’t have the opportunity to move up the leaderboard as Sunday’s final roun…
The Washington women’s golf team will continue its 2016 campaign on the road at the Stanford Invitational. The reigning national champions will travel down the coast to face a host of Pac-12 teams in the three-day stroke play tournament at Stanford Golf Course.
The Washington women’s golf team won its third consecutive Pat Lesser Harbottle Invitational on Tuesday after finishing the two-day, three-round tournament 16-over 880.
The reigning NCAA Women’s Golf Champions opened its season today, traveling south to Tacoma Golf & Country Club for the Pat Lesser Harbottle Invitational. The Washington women’s golf team returns three members of its championship team.
The Washington women’s golf team is still riding the high of winning the NCAA national championship for the 2015-16 season. With the program’s first title in hand, the Huskies will begin this year’s season returning key golfers who aided in last year’s success.
The No. 13 Washington women’s golf team defeated No. 12 Stanford on Wednesday to claim the UW’s first national championship in program history. A national title will make its way back to Seattle for the first time since 2009.
The No. 13 Washington women’s golf team will play for its first ever national title. The Huskies secured their spot in the national championship after winning both the quarter and semifinals of Tuesday’s match play.
The No. 13 Washington women’s golf team fell two spots on the leaderboard to finish fourth overall in the third round of the NCAA championships. On Sunday, at Eugene Country Club in Eugene, Ore., the UW shot 4-over 292, trailing No. 2 USC, No. 3 UCLA, and No. 5 Duke.
The No. 13 Washington women’s golf team moved to second place Saturday at the NCAA championships at Eugene Country Club in Eugene, Ore. The UW shot 2-under 285 for the second round and follow No. 2 USC, which was the only other team to shoot under par in day two.
The No. 13 Washington women’s golf team had a strong showing in the first 18 holes of the NCAA championships Friday. The UW, joined by 23 other teams, traveled down the coast to compete in the five-day tournament at Eugene Country Club in Eugene, Ore. The 6,331-yard course did not phase the …
For the third straight year, the No. 13 Washington women’s golf team is heading to the national championships. The 54-hole tournament will be held at Eugene Country Club, in Eugene, Ore., on May 20-25.