Women's Golf 2008-09 Headlines

  • NGCA Announces 2008-09 Division III Women's College Golf Awards
    May 18, 2009
    NGCA Announces 2008-09 Division III Women's College Golf Awards SANTA CRUZ, CA -- Head Women's Golf Coach Paulette Pera was named this years West Regional Coach of they Year. Also being recognized and placed onto the All Region Team was Freshman Julia Williams. This year's women's golf team finished 5th in the NCAA West Region...
  • Sutton Eagles at Jack Leaman Tournament
    April 17, 2009
    Sutton Eagles at Jack Leaman Tournament SANTA CRUZ, CA -- Halley Sutton makes an eagle on #18 at Hickory Ridge first day in the Jack Leaman Womens Intercollegate. The Leaman is the oldest womens college tournament in the United States. With a good showing in this competition the Slugs have a great chance to make it to Nationals. Jessica Lewis was low today with an 85
  • Slugs Come Out on Top as Champions of the UCSC Invitational
    April 01, 2009
    Slugs Come Out on Top as Champions of the UCSC Invitational SANTA CRUZ, CA -- Freshman Julia Williams shot a final round 83 at Pasatiempo Golf Course leading the Slugs to a win at the UCSC Spring Invitational. Julia is one of the top five freshmen in the country. Teams fromTexas to the Pacific Northwest participated in the event. With the fourth win under our belt the bid for the Nationals is looking good.
  • Women's Golf Rounds Out Top 5 in Texas
    October 09, 2008
    Women's Golf Rounds Out Top 5 in Texas TEMPLE, TX -- The USCS Women's golf team finished 5th in the Mary Hardin Baylor Lady Crusader Invitational. The event hosted 19 teams, and of the teams in the West region the Slugs finished second to Southwestern University.
  • Slugs Visit With LPGA Hall of Famer Juli Inkster
    October 08, 2008
    Slugs Visit With LPGA Hall of Famer Juli Inkster SANTA CRUZ, CA -- Members of the UCSC Women's golf team got a chance to meet with one of the greatest players on the LPGA tour, Juli Inkster. Inkster is a native of Santa Cruz, and attended San Jose State where she was a three-time All-American.