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UTEP Captures WGCA All-Scholar Team GPA Award

The University of Texas-El Paso Women’s Golf Team has been honored as the recipient of the 2013-2014 WGCA All-Scholar Team GPA Award. The award recognizes the women’s collegiate golf program with the highest collective average team GPA which includes all of the team’s student-athletes for the 13-14... more

WGCA Announces 2013-14 All-American Scholars

The Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) All-American Scholars for Division I, II & III were announced today with a total of 664 women’s collegiate golfers recognized with this prestigious honor. The criteria for selection to the All-American Scholar Team are some of the most stringent in all... more

WGCA Division I All-American Teams Announced

The Women’s Golf Coaches Association has announced the 2013-14 All-American Teams for Division I women’s golf. The teams include 40 student-athletes comprised of 1st, 2nd and Honorable Mention Teams.

Celine Boutier of Duke University, the PING WGCA Player of the Year, and Alison Lee, UCLA, the... more

COLLEGE GOLF NEWS FROM GOLFWEEK

Women's fall countdown: No. 7 Duke

The Duke Blue Devils, led by Celine Boutier, rank seventh in Golfweek's countdown of the top women's college golf teams for fall 2014. The Duke Blue Devils, led by Celine Boutier, rank seventh in Golfweek's countdown of the top women's college golf teams for fall 2014.

Women's fall countdown: No. 8 Arizona State

The Arizona State Sun Devils, led by senior Noemi Jimenez, rank eighth in Golfweek's countdown of the top women's college golf teams for fall 2014. The Arizona State Sun Devils, led by senior Noemi Jimenez, rank eighth in Golfweek's countdown of the top women's college golf teams for fall 2014.

Women's fall countdown: No. 9 Alabama

The Alabama Crimson Tide, led by 2013 U.S. Women's Amateur champion Emma Talley, rank ninth in Golfweek's countdown of the top women's college golf teams for fall 2014. The Alabama Crimson Tide, led by 2013 U.S. Women's Amateur champion Emma Talley, rank ninth in Golfweek's countdown of the top women's college golf teams for fall 2014.

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USC women end regular season where they began: No. 1 in Golf World/WGCA coaches' poll

For just the third time since Golf World resumed its women's college coaches' poll in 2001-02, the same school has been ranked No. 1 in every poll through an individual college season. USC joins the...

USC, UCLA, Duke grab top seeds for NCAA Women's D-I Regionals

By Ryan Herrington The three most dominant women's teams during the 2013-14 season -- USC, UCLA and Duke -- claimed No. 1 seeds when the NCAA Division I women’s regional fields were announced Monday. The...

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