NCAA Women's Golf Championship


NCAA Women's Golf Championship

NCAA Champions for women's golf:

Contents

Division I

Year Team Champion Individual Champion
1982 Tulsa Kathy Baker, Tulsa
1983 TCU Penny Hammel, Miami (Fla.)
1984 Miami (Fla.) Cindy Schreyer, Georgia
1985 Florida Danielle Ammaccapane, Arizona State
1986 Florida Page Dunlap, Florida
1987 San Jose State Caroline Keggi, New Mexico
1988 Tulsa (vacated) Melissa McNamara, Tulsa (vacated)
1989 San Jose State Pat Hurst, San Jose State
1990 Arizona State Susan Slaughter, Arizona
1991 UCLA Annika Sörenstam, Arizona
1992 San Jose State Vicki Goetze, Georgia
1993 Arizona State Charlotta Sörenstam, Texas
1994 Arizona State Emilee Klein, Arizona State
1995 Arizona State Kristel Mourgue d'Algue, Arizona State
1996 Arizona Marisa Baena, Arizona
1997 Arizona State Heather Bowie, Texas
1998 Arizona State Jennifer Rosales, USC
1999 Duke Grace Park, Arizona State
2000 Arizona Jenna Daniels, Arizona
2001 Georgia Candy Hannemann, Duke
2002 Duke Virada Nirapathpongporn, Duke
2003 Southern California Mikaela Parmlid, USC
2004 UCLA Sarah Huarte, California
2005 Duke Anna Grzebian, Duke
2006 Duke Dewi Schreefel, USC
2007 Duke Stacy Lewis, Arkansas
2008 Southern California Azahara Muñoz, Arizona State
2009 Arizona State Maria Hernandez, Purdue
2010 Purdue Caroline Hedwall, Oklahoma State
2011 UCLA Austin Ernst, LSU

Division II-III combined

Year Team Champion Individual Champion
1996 Methodist Shanna Nagy, Florida Southern
1997 Lynn Zoe Grimbeek, Lynn
1998 Methodist Shanna Nagy, Florida Southern
1999 Methodist Lisa Cave, Florida Southern

Division II

Year Team Champion Individual Champion
2000 Florida Southern Lisa Cave, Florida Southern
2001 Florida Southern Jana Peterkova, Florida Southern
2002 Florida Southern Jana Peterkova, Florida Southern
2003 Rollins Charlotte Campbell, Rollins
2004 Rollins Charlotte Campbell, Rollins
2005 Rollins Melissa Sneller, Grand Valley State
2006 Rollins Mariana De Biase, Rollins
2007 Florida Southern Daniela Iacobelli, Florida Tech
2008 Rollins Joanna Coe, Rollins
2009 Nova Southeastern Lyndsay McBride, Indianapolis
2010 Nova Southeastern Sandra Changkija, Nova Southeastern
2011 Nova Southeastern Taylor Collins, Nova Southeastern

Division III

Year Team Champion Individual Champion
2000 Methodist Stacey Smith, Methodist
2001 Methodist Carol Brogan, Methodist
2002 Methodist Lynn Thompson, Thomas More
2003 Methodist Stefanie Simmerman, St. Mary's (Ind.)
2004 Methodist Brittany Cary, McMurry
2005 Methodist Charlotte Williams, Methodist
2006 Methodist Charlotte Williams, Methodist
2007 Methodist Katie Dick, Methodist
2008 Methodist Susan Martin, Methodist
2009 Methodist Susan Martin, Methodist
2010 Methodist Jessica Urban, Wisconsin–Stevens Point
2011 Methodist Paige Caldwell, Methodist

Multiple winners

Team

The following schools have won more than one team championship:

  • 15: Methodist
  • 7: Arizona State
  • 5: Duke, Rollins
  • 4: Florida Southern
  • 3: Nova Southeastern, San Jose State, UCLA
  • 2: Arizona, Florida, Southern California, Tulsa (one vacated)

Individual champion

The following women have won more than one individual championship:

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

Individual champion's school

The following schools have produced more than one individual champion:

  • 8 champions: Methodist
  • 6 champions: Florida Southern
  • 5 champions: Arizona State
  • 4 champions: Arizona, Rollins
  • 3 champions: Duke, USC
  • 2 champions: Georgia, Nova Southeastern, Texas, Tulsa (one vacated)

Winners of both NCAA and U.S. Amateur

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

See also

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