The third annual WUSTL Spring Invitational came down to one stroke, and the No. 1 Washington University women’s golf team was on the wrong end of the final standings. Despite the narrow loss to NAIA No. 6 William Woods University, which has now won every rendition of the tournament, the Bears chose to dwell on the positives.
As Washington University’s swimming-and-diving team completes its season at the Division III national championships this weekend, we wave goodbye to the winter sports scene and turn our attention to the spring season. While you were off in the warm weather enjoying your spring break, Wash. U.
national champion and first-ranked Mary Hardin-Baylor University rounded out the top five at 938. The second-round 294 was a tournament low and the second-lowest score in team history, three strokes shy of the 291 fired at the Millikin University Fall Classic on Sept. 24, 2011. The top four Bears had 12 birdies combined in the second round.
The No. 5 Washington University women’s golf team took home first place at the DePauw University Small College Classic this past weekend in Danville, Ind., besting No. 4 ranked DePauw University and No. 15 Wittenberg University, among others.
The Washington University women’s golf team finished 50 strokes better than top competitor Illinois Wesleyan University Saturday and Sunday at the Millikin University Fall Classic in Decatur, Ill. The Bears scored 621, with all five of their starters finishing in the top eight. Junior Olivia Lugar posted the top score with a 149.
After having difficulty with cold and rainy conditions on the first day, the No. 3 Washington University women’s golf team placed fourth at the O’Brien National Invitational in South Bend, Ind., this past Sunday and Monday. The Bears shot an overall two-day score of 652, finishing 26 strokes behind tournament champion and No.
Both a change in weather and grass await the freshman recruiting class for the Washington University women’s golf team now that each of the three players has journeyed from California to St. Louis. Jessica Wibawa from Encino, Calif., Xin Fang from Menlo Park, Calif., and Samantha Han from San Jose, Calif.
Just as Tiger Woods’ final charge failed to bring him the green jacket during this weekend’s Masters Tournament, the No. 3 Washington University women’s golf team’s best efforts to win the 2013 Illinois Wesleyan University Spring Fling tournament came up short.
For the third time in the fall season, the Washington University women’s golf team went toe-to-toe with the best Division III team in the country. For the third time, the Bears finished behind in the overall standings. That does not mean the team failed in any way at the Golfweek Division III Fall Preview, the finale for its fall season.
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