Campbell's women and Akron's men notched team titles at the Golfweek Program Challenge, but it was the Camels who also took home the program championship Tuesday in Pawleys Island, S.C.
James Madison maintained its men's lead at the Golfweek Program Challenge, but IUPUI, searching for a bounce-back seasons, is just one shot back entering the final round at True Blue Plantation.
Campbell's Lisbeth Brooks and Western Carolina's J.T. Poston combined to miss just one green in regulation Sunday at the Golfweek Program Challenge. As a result, they each find themselves atop their respective individual leaderboards.
Multiple title defenses will take place at this week’s Golfweek Program Challenge. Campbell aims to win a third straight overall championship and second straight women’s team crown, while James Madison’s Trey Smith looks to repeat as men’s individual champion.
We are counting down the top 30 women's teams heading into the fall college season. Today's story: No. 29 Campbell.
Defending champion Campbell got off to a great start the Golfweek Program Challenge, with the women leading by 14 strokes and the men trailing by a shot after the first round.
Big South Conference women's preview: Campbell, led by senior Michelle Koh, overcame a rash of injuries and sickness to lead the conference in the fall. Will the Fighting Camels continue their stellar play?
Ryan Lavner: The Golfweek Program Challenge ended in unprecedented fashion Tuesday, with one men's and one women's player from each team squaring off in sudden-death alternate-shot playoff, ultimately won by Campbell.
Campbell posted the low round in the men's division of the Golfweek Program Challenge to share the 36-hole lead. The Camels recorded a 10-under 278 and share the lead with Jacksonville State at 21-under 555.
Golfweek is on the scene at Myrtle Beach's True Blue and Caledonia golf courses, hosting the Golfweek Program Challenge, with 12 complete programs vying for the title. Check out our coverage here:
Tee Times for the Junior PGA Championship in Sycamore Hills Golf Club in Fort Wayne, Ind.
Erynne Lee, left, Kristen Park, center, and Grace Na are among the notable 2011 graduates to give verbal commitments prior to National Signing Day.
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Responding to how her male-counterpart Andy Gai performed yesterday at the Golfweek Program Challenge, Campbell University freshman Lisbeth Brooks shot a 4-under 67 in the second round at Caldonia Golf & Fishing Club in Pawleys Island, SC.