Women's Golf 2006-07 Headlines
May 11, 2007
Women's Golf Finishes 14th at Nationals
The Slugs improved each day to finish 14th place in the Division III National Golf Championship. The slugs shot 373-360-353-338=1424 over the four day tournament. Senior Stephanie Bishop led the way with four solid rounds of 85-87-85-80=337 to finish 38th place in the 111 player field.
May 8, 2007
Women's Golf Currently 16th After First Day at Nationals
The UCSC womenâs golf team is in 16th place after the first day of the NCAA DIII National Championships. The tournament is being played at the par 73, 5,825 yard El Campeon Golf Course in Howey-in-the-hills, Florida. The banana slugs had a team score of 373, with Stephanie Bishop leading the team with an 85.
May 1, 2007
Women's Golf Makes Nationals
INDIANAPOLIS -- The NCAA Division III Womenâs Golf Committee announced 20 teams and 11 individuals that will participate in the 2007 NCAA Division III Womenâs Golf Championships. Eleven conferences have been granted automatic qualification and the remaining nine teams were selected on an at-large basis from conferences and the remaining independent institutions. Eleven individuals, not from selected teams, also were selected for the championships.
March 22, 2007
Women's Golf Going Strong
The UCSC Women's Golf Team is currently ranked 28th in the nation out of 101 Universities competing in NCAA DIII golf. The Slugs currently have eight players on their team. Stephanie Bishop has the lowest scoring average on the team at 84.7. Her twin sister...
March 1, 2007
Women's Golf Strong in Texas
The Mary Hardin Baylor Invitational was held on Monday and Tuesday at Mill Creek Country Club in Salado Texas. DIII golf teams were well represented with teams from Oregon, Minnesota, California and Texas.
November 1, 2006
UCSC Women's Golf Came Up Two Shots Short of Victory
This week the Women's Golf team hosted the UCSC Women's Fall Invitational at Delaveaga. The Slugs were six shots behind Monterey Bay after the first day. They had a ruling go against them which really affected the final team score for the day.
October 17, 2006
Women's Golf Falls One Place in Second Day of Competition
The Slugs fell one place after the second day of the Mary Hardin Baylor. UCSC finished in 6th place among 16 teams. Stephanie Bishop finished in 8th place overall, Halley Sutton had the second lowest score for the Slugs.
October 16, 2006
Women's Golf Competing Strong in Texas
The Slugs began their first day of competition in Texas at the Mary Hardin Baylor Wild Flower Country Club. In their first day competing, the Slugs are off to a great start. Halley Sutton, only a freshman, broke 80 for the first time today and is tied for second with a 79.