On paper, the field for this weekend’s O’Brien National Invitational was intimidating, to say the least. When it left South Bend, Ind., on Monday afternoon, the No. 5 Washington University women’s golf team had to like where it stood.
Move over, LeBron, Wade and Bosh. The second-ranked Washington University women’s golf team has a Big Three of its own ready to do some damage in the postseason.
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Junior Hannah Buck set a new school record at the Illinois Wesleyan University Fall Classic, leading the women’s golf team to its third tournament victory of the season.
Battling horrendous conditions that would make even the most rugged of golfers cringe, the No. 5 Washington University women’s golf team showed its tenacity this weekend.
The Washington University women’s golf team notched its third consecutive second-place finish this weekend at the Illinois Wesleyan Fall Classic at Ironwood Golf Course in Normal, Ill.
The Washington University women’s golf team is headed to the national championship in just its second year as a varsity sport.
The fifth ranked women’s golf team suffered a first round 346 at the Northern Kentucky University Spring Invitational this past weekend and wound up in 15th place overall, but Washington University left Perry Park, Ky. feeling far more optimistic than they did coming in on the strength of a Day Two 328.
No. 5 Washington University (383-384-382, 1149) were not up to their best when they headed down to the Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational at the lengthy, water-hazard-abundant Alaqua Country Club, designed by Gary Player. The Bears finished last out of 13 teams, but only one other school was from Division III.