No. 1 Washington made it six tournament victories on the season, dominating the field at the Bay Area Intercollegiate.
No. 1 Washington just keeps rolling along. Monday, the Dawgs played 36 holes to open the Bay Area Intercollegiate at 13-under-par to take an 11-stroke lead.
No. 1 Washington looks to stay hot at the ingural Bay Area Intercollegiate, facing a 13-team field at the Meadow Club.
UW proved once again the reason for its lofty national ranking. The Dawgs recorded their fifth win of the season as they captured the Bruin/Wave Invitational played at the El Caballero Country Club.
No. 1 Washington is in the lead again, building a 12-stroke margin when play was suspended on Monday at the Bruin/Wave Invitational.
No. 1 Washington continues the spring season this week at the Bruin/Wave Invitational at the El Caballero Country Club.
After opening the spring season with a consensus No. 1 ranking, the Huskies dropped to No. 4 after a sixth place at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge.
The No. 4 ranked Washington women's golf team recorded its fourth, first place finish of the season as the Huskies stole the show at the Santa Ana Country Club.
No. 4 Washington took the lead after the 36-hole first day of the UC Irvine Invitational. The Dawgs finished the day at 10-under 566 to take an eleven stroke lead into Tuesday's final round.
No. 4 Washington enters the second tournament of their spring season, traveling to Southern California to compete in the UC Irvine Invitational at the Santa Ana Country Club.
Former Washington start Sadena Parks was recently featured by ESPNW as she and Cheyenne Woods are set to become the first duo of African-Americans to play on the LPGA Tour at the same time.
No.1 Washington completed its first tournament of the spring, finishing sixth at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge.