The past few weeks have been very busy for NCAA college golfers with many conference championships being contested at various golf courses around the country. Each conference champion from an automatic qualifying conference earns a spot in an Regional Championship, where the field for the NCAA Championships are determined.
There were many top performances including Laura Restrepo of the University of Louisville, who finished in seventh place and help the Cardinals secure the American Athletic Conference Championship. Richy Werenski of Georgia Tech University, helped his team capture the Men’s Atlantic Coast Conference Championship. Also three true-freshmen competed in their respected conference championships this season. Congratulations to all of our alums on great conference championships!
Women’s SEC Championship – Greystone Golf and Country Club – Birmingham, Ala.
Stephanie Meadow – University of Alabama (75-71-73, T5)
Marta Sanz – Auburn University (74-73-73, 8th)
Regina Plasencia – University of Arkansas (72-75-79, T19)
Men’s SEC Championship – Sea Island Resort – Seaside Course – Saint Simons Island, Ga.
Ben Dietrich – University of South Carolina (72-71-74, 43th)
Men’s ACC Championship – Old North State Club – New London, N.C.
Richy Werenski – Georgia Tech University (77-71-72, T31)
Matt Rushton – Notre Dame University (76-70-76, T35)
Women’s ACC Championship – Sedgefield Country Club – Greensboro, N.C.
Rika Park – University of Miami (74-78-77, T25)
Women’s AAC Championship – Hammock Beach Resort – Palm Coast, Fla.
Laura Restrepo – University of Louisville (78-74-77, T7)
Nicole Autrique – University of South Florida (81-81-77, T23)
Women’s Ivy League Championship – Baltusrol Golf Club – Springfield, N.J.
Sandy Wongwaiwate – Yale University (79-77-82, T19)
Women’s Big 12 Championship – University of Texas Golf Club – Austin, Texas
Minami Levonowich – University of Kansas (76-75-76, T26)
Men’s CAA Championship – TPC Tampa Bay – Lutz, Fla.
Mark Folkwein – George Mason University (79-71-80, T16)