NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championships

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NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championship
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Tournament information
Location 2014: Tulsa, Oklahoma
Established 1982
Course(s) 2014: Tulsa Country Club
Par 2014: 70
Length 2014: 6,174 yards (5,646 m)
Format 72-hole stroke play
Month played May
Current champion
Team: Duke
Individual: Doris Chen, USC

The NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championship, played in the month of May, is the annual competition in women's collegiate golf for individuals and teams from universities in Division I. Golf was one of twelve women's sports added to the NCAA championship program for the 1981-82 school year. It is a stroke play team competition. It involves counting the total number of strokes taken on each hole, by an individual player. The championship consists of four rounds, in which the teams with the highest amount of strokes are eliminated in each round. The individual with the lowest amount of strokes in the final round is awarded. Many individual winners have gone on to have successful careers on the LPGA Tour, including 1991 champion Annika Sörenstam and 1999 champion Grace Park.

The Division I competition started in 1982. A combined Division II and Division III championship was held from 1996 to 1999, splitting into separate championships starting in 2000.[1]

Results[edit]

Stroke play (1982–2014)[edit]

Year Site Host course Par
(Overall)
Team championship Individual champion Score
Champion Score Runner-up Score
1982 Stanford, CA Stanford University Golf Course 72
(288)
Tulsa 1,191 TCU 1,277 Kathy Baker
(Tulsa)
295
(+7)
1983 Athens, GA UGA Golf Course 74
(296)
TCU 1,193 Tulsa 1,196 Penny Hammel
(Miami–FL)
284
(−12)
1984 Athens, GA UGA Golf Course 73
(292)
Miami (FL) 1,214 Arizona State 1,221 Cindy Schreyer
(Georgia)
297
(+5)
1985 Amherst, MA Amherst Golf Club 73
(292)
Florida 1,218 Tulsa 1,233 Danielle Ammaccapane
(Arizona State)
298
(+6)
1986 Columbus, OH OSU Golf Club 73
(292)
Florida (2) 1,180 Miami (FL) 1,188 Page Dunlap
(Florida)
291
(−1)
1987 Albuquerque, NM Championship Golf Course 73
(292)
San Jose State 1,187 Furman 1,188 Caroline Keggi
(New Mexico)
289
(−3)
1988 Las Cruces, NM NMSU Golf Course 74
(296)
Vacated3 Georgia
Arizona State
1,182 Vacated3
1989 Stanford, CA Stanford University Golf Course 73
(292)
San Jose State (2) 1,208 Tulsa 1,209 Pat Hurst, San Jose State 292
(E)
1990 Columbia, SC Cobblestone Park 72
(288)
Arizona State 1,206 UCLA 1,222 Susan Slaughter
(Arizona)
297
(+9)
1991 Columbus, OH Ohio State University Golf Club 73
(292)
UCLA 1,1971 San Jose State 1,197 Annika Sörenstam
(Arizona)
290
(−2)
1992 Tempe, AZ ASU Karsten Golf Course 72
(288)
San Jose State (3) 1,171 Arizona 1,175 Vicki Goetze
(Georgia)
280
(−8)
1993 Athens, GA UGA Golf Course 73
(292)
Arizona State (2) 1,187 Texas 1,189 Charlotta Sörenstam
(Texas)
287
(−5)
1994 Eugene, OR Eugene Country Club 73
(292)
Arizona State (3) 1,189 USC 1,205 Emilee Klein
(Arizona State)
286
(−6)
1995 Wilmington, NC Country Club of Landfall 72
(288)
Arizona State (4) 1,155 San Jose State 1,181 Kristel Mourgue d'Algue
(Arizona State)
283
(−5)
1996 Los Angeles, CA Bel Air Country Club 72
(288)
Arizona 1,2041 San Jose State 1,181 Marisa Baena
(Arizona)
296
(+8)
1997 Columbus, OH Ohio State University Golf Club 72
(288)
Arizona State (5) 1,178 San Jose State 1,204 Heather Bowie
(Texas)
285
(−3)
1998 Madison, WI University Ridge Golf Course 72
(288)
Arizona State (6) 1,155 Florida 1,173 Jennifer Rosales
(USC)
279
(−9)
1999 Tulsa, OK Tulsa Country Club 71
(213)
Duke 8954 Arizona State
Georgia
903 Grace Park
(Arizona State)
212
(−1)
2000 Corvallis, OR Trysting Tree Golf Course 71
(284)
Arizona (2) 1,175 Stanford 1,196 Jenna Daniels
(Arizona)
287
(−7)
2001 Daytona Beach, FL LPGA International 71
(284)
Georgia 1,176 Duke 1,179 Candy Hannemann
(Duke)
285
(+1)
2002 Auburn, WA Washington National Golf Club 71
(284)
Duke (2) 1,164 Arizona
Auburn
Texas
1,170 Virada Nirapathpongporn
(Duke)
279
(−5)
2003 West Lafayette, IN Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex 71
(284)
USC 1,197 Pepperdine 1,212 Mikaela Parmlid
(USC)
297
(+13)
2004 Auburn, AL Auburn Golf Club 71
(284)
UCLA (2) 1,148 Oklahoma State 1,151 Sarah Huarte
(California)
278
(−6)
2005 Corvallis, OR Trysting Tree Golf Course 71
(284)
Duke (3) 1,170 UCLA 1,175 Anna Grzebian
(Duke)
286
(+2)
2006 Columbus, OH Ohio State University Golf Club 72
(288)
Duke (4) 1,167 USC 1,177 Dewi Schreefel
(USC)
286
(−2)
2007 Daytona Beach, FL LPGA International 72
(288)
Duke (5) 1,170 Purdue 1,185 Stacy Lewis
(Arkansas)
282
(−6)
2008 Albuquerque, NM Championship Golf Course 72
(288)
USC (2) 1,168 UCLA 1,174 Azahara Muñoz
(Arizona State)
2872
(−1)
2009 Owings Mills, MD Caves Valley Golf Club 72
(288)
Arizona State (7) 1,182 UCLA 1,190 Maria Hernandez
(Purdue)
289
(+1)
2010 Wilmington, NC Country Club of Landfall 72
(288)
Purdue 1,153 USC 1,154 Caroline Hedwall
(Oklahoma State)
276
(−12)
2011 College Station, TX Traditions Golf Course 72
(288)
UCLA (3) 1,173 Purdue 1,177 Austin Ernst
(LSU)
281
(−7)
2012 Nashville, TN Vanderbilt Legends Club 72
(288)
Alabama 1,171 USC 1,172 Chirapat Jao-Javanil
(Oklahoma)
282
(−6)
2013 Athens, GA UGA Golf Course 72
(288)
USC (3) 1,133 Duke 1,154 Annie Park
(USC)
278
(−10)
2014 Tulsa, OK Tulsa Country Club 70
(280)
Duke (6) 1,130 USC 1,132 Doris Chen
(USC)
274
(−6)

Stroke and match play (2015–future)[edit]

Year Site Host course Par Team championship Individual champion Score
Champion Score Runner-up
2015 Bradenton, FL Concession Golf Club

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Team championship decided by playoff.
  2. ^ Individual championship decided by playoff.
  3. ^ Tulsa's team (1,175) and individual (Melissa McNamara, 287) championships from 1988 were vacated by the NCAA.
  4. ^ The fourth round of the 1999 championship was cancelled due to rain.

Multiple winners[edit]

Team[edit]

The following schools have won more than one team championship:

  • 7: Arizona State
  • 6: Duke
  • 3: San Jose State, UCLA, Southern California
  • 2: Arizona, Florida, Tulsa (one vacated)

Individual champion's school[edit]

The following schools have produced more than one individual champion:

  • 5 champions: Arizona State, Southern California
  • 4 champions: Arizona
  • 3 champions: Duke
  • 2 champions: Georgia, Texas, Tulsa (one vacated)

Winners of both NCAA and U.S. Amateur[edit]

The following women have won both the NCAA individual championship and the U.S. Women's Amateur. Only Vicki Goetze (1992) managed the feat in the same year.

Player U.S. Amateur NCAA
Pat Hurst 1990 1989
Vicki Goetze 1989, 1992 1992
Grace Park 1998 1999
Virada Nirapathpongporn 2003 2002

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