First- and second-round tee times for the NCAA Women's Championship at the University of Georgia Golf Course in Athens, Ga.
Taylor Coleman of San Antonio has given a verbal commitment to play college golf for Arizona State beginning in the fall of 2015.
Cal’s 20-shot rout at Palouse Ridge in Pullman, Wash., is the Golden Bears' 11th victory of the 2012-13 season. Cal had tied the unofficial NCAA record of 10 with its Pac-12 victory.
UCLA won its third stroke-play title of the season at the NCAA Tempe Regional, and claimed its fifth regional title in the past decade. The Bruins finished 17 shots ahead of the next-closest teams.
Illinois earned a sixth consecutive trip to the NCAA Championship after winning its first regional title Saturday at the NCAA Fayetteville Regional.
New Mexico saved its best golf for when it mattered most, as the top-seeded Lobos won the NCAA Columbus Regional. Senior James Erkenbeck added the individual title for New Mexico.
Alex Mahlik and Andrew Klasing recorded top-10 individual finishes to help Central Alabama CC capture the NJCAA National Championship Friday at the Rawls Course in Lubbock, Texas.
Oklahoma City won its second straight and ninth overall men's NAIA National Championship Friday at Creekside Golf Club in Salem, Ore.
Central Florida's Greg Eason nearly made school history Friday at the NCAA Tempe Regional, shooting 7-under 63 to take the individual lead, while UCLA holds an 11-shot edge in the team race.
Arkansas is taking advantage of playing on a familiar course, as the host Razorbacks hold the lead after two rounds of the NCAA Fayetteville Regional at Blessings Golf Club.
While first-round leader Charlotte fell back to a tie for fifth, UNLV and South Carolina moved into the top spot and share the lead after two rounds of the NCAA Columbus Regional.
A slow start turned into an exciting finish for No. 4 UCLA, the regional's top seed – providing a 10-shot lead over No. 8 Duke at the NCAA men's regional in Tempe, Ariz.
The Illinois Fighting Illini were in full stride in the opening round at the Fayetteville, Ark., regional, shooting 6-under 282 to take a three-stroke lead.
As we approach the first day of NCAA men's regionals on Thursday, our staff of experts took a few moments to dissect each regional and make their picks.
Greg Robertson has been named head women’s golf coach at Kent State. Robertson becomes the second head coach in program history, replacing Mike Morrow, who started the program in 1997.
The Golf Coaches Association of America announced NJCAA Division I PING All-America and All-District teams Monday.
Poor weather conditions in regions stretching from America's Heartland to the Mid-Atlantic contributed to rounds played in the U.S. falling 23 percent in March, according to an industry report.
There was little surprise at the top of the three NCAA regional leaderboards on May 11. Top-ranked USC won its ninth regional title, Duke notched its eighth – and first since 2007 – and Alabama, the defending national champion, easily won by eight shots.
Local qualifying for the U.S. Women’s Open, to be played June 27-30 at Sebonack Golf in Southampton, N.Y., has begun.
The Alabama Crimson Tide swept the East Regional at the Auburn University Club to advance to the NCAA Championships. The team won by eight shots. Stephanie Meadow shot a 13-under 203 total to claim her second consecutive individual title by six shots.