NCAA Division II Women's Golf Championships

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NCAA Division II Women's Golf Championships
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Tournament information
LocationUnited States
Established1996
Course(s)2019: PGA National
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
Format54-hole stroke play
8-team match play
Month playedMay
Current champion
Team: Florida Tech
Individual: Jaime Jacob (Cal State San Marcos)

The NCAA Division II Women's Golf Championship, played in May, is the annual competition in women's collegiate golf for individuals and teams from universities in Division II. It is a stroke play team competition with an individual award as well.

A combined Division II and Division III championship was held from 1996 to 1999, splitting into separate championships starting in 2000.[1][2]

In 2019, the format changed from four rounds of stroke play to three rounds of stroke play followed by an eight-team match play playoff.

Results[edit]

Divisions II and III combined (1996–1999)[edit]

Year Site
(Host team)
Par Team championship Individual championship
Champion Score Runner-up Score Champion Score
1996 Allendale, MI
(Grand Valley State)
72
(288)
Methodist 1,286 Rollins 1,287 Shanna Nagy
(Florida Southern)
313
(+25)
1997 Winter Park, FL
(Rollins)
73
(292)
Lynn 1,292 Methodist 1,318 Zoe Grimbeek
(Lynn)
315
(+23)
1998 Allendale, MI
(Grand Valley State)
72
(288)
Methodist 1,254 Florida Southern 1,259 Shanna Nagy
(Florida Southern)
301
(+13)
1999 72
(288)
Methodist 1,282 Florida Southern 1,285 Lisa Cave
(Florida Southern)
313
(+25)

Division II only (2000–present)[edit]

Year Site
(Host team)
Par Team championship Individual championship
Champion Score Runner-up Score Champion Score
2000 Euless, TX 71
(284)
Florida Southern 1,259 Rollins 1,266 Lisa Cave
(Florida Southern)
278
(−6)
2001 Rock Hill, SC 72
(288)
Florida Southern 1,250 Rollins 1,266 Jana Peterkova
(Florida Southern)
302
(+14)
2002 Allendale, MI
(Grand Valley State)
73
(292)
Florida Southern 1,234 Barry 1,308 306
(+14)
2003 Howey-in-the-Hills, FL 73
(292)
Rollins 1,237 Florida Southern 1,276 Charlotte Campbell
(Rollins)
299
(+7)
2004 Orlando, FL 72
(288)
Rollins 1,196 Ferris State
Florida Southern
1,264 299
(+11)
2005 Albuquerque, NM
(Western New Mexico)
73
(292)
Rollins 1,185 Grand Valley State 1,220 Melissa Sneller
(Grand Valley State)
292
(E)
2006 Allendale, MI
(Grand Valley State)
72 †
(216)
Rollins 919 Ferris State 925 Mariana De Biase
(Rollins)
220
(+4)
2007 Pensacola, FL
(West Florida)
72
(288)
Florida Southern 1,188 Rollins 1,198 Daniela Iacobelli
(Florida Tech)
293
(+5)
2008 Houston, TX
(Houston)
72
(288)
Rollins 1,181 Nova Southeastern 1,188 Joanna Coe
(Rollins)
287
(−1)
2009 Findlay, OH
(Findlay)
72
(288)
Nova Southeastern 1,230 Grand Valley State 1,245 Lyndsay McBride
(Indianapolis)
298
(+10)
2010 Mesa, AZ 72
(288)
Nova Southeastern 1,180 Rollins 1,220 Sandra Changkija
(Nova Southeastern)
284
(−4)
2011 Allendale, MI
(Grand Valley State)
72
(288)
Nova Southeastern 1,157 Rollins 1,185 Taylor Collins
(Nova Southeastern)
278
(−10)
2012 Louisville, KY
(Bellarmine)
72
(288)
Nova Southeastern 1,234 Florida Southern 1,254 Abbey Gittings
(Nova Southeastern)
298
(+10)
2013 Daytona Beach, FL 72
(288)
Lynn 1,187 Nova Southeastern 1,190 Nancy Vergara
(Barry)
291
(+3)
2014 Conover, NC 71
(284)
Lynn 1,164 Barry 1,193 Louise Manalo
(Lynn)
287
(−6)
2015 Allendale, MI
(Grand Valley State)
72
(288)
Indianapolis 1,212 Rollins 1,217 Brenna Moore
(Midwestern State)
297
(+9)
2016 Denver, CO
(Metro State)
72
(288)
Rollins 1,173 Indianapolis 1,182 Gabrielle Shipley
(Grand Valley State)
282
(−6)
2017 Findlay, OH
(Findlay)
72
(288)
Barry 1,222 Dallas Baptist 1,223 Marie Coors
(Saint Leo)
295
(+7)
2018 Houston, TX
(Houston Baptist)
72
(288)
Indianapolis 1,157 California Baptist 1,195 Katharina Keilich
(Indianapolis)
287
(−1)
2019 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 73
(219)
Florida Tech 4 Cal State San Marcos 1 Jaime Jacob
(Cal State San Marcos)
219
(E)

Multiple winners[edit]

Team[edit]

The following schools have won more than one team championship:

  • 6: Rollins
  • 4: Florida Southern, Nova Southeastern
  • 3: Methodist, Lynn
  • 2: Indianapolis

Individual champion[edit]

The following women have won more than one individual championship:

  • 2: Charlotte Campbell, Lisa Cave, Shanna Nagy, Jana Peterkova

Individual champion's school[edit]

The following schools have produced more than one individual champion:

  • 6 champions: Florida Southern
  • 4 champions: Rollins
  • 3 champions: Nova Southeastern
  • 2 champions: Lynn, Grand Valley State, Indianapolis

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NCAA Division II/III Women's Golf Championship Results" (PDF). NCAA. Retrieved January 16, 2016.
  2. ^ "NCAA Division II Women's Golf Championship Results" (PDF). NCAA. Retrieved January 14, 2016.

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