Sept. 25, 2013
MINNEAPOLIS -- The University of Minnesota women's golf team ranks 37th among NCAA Division I programs, according to today's Golfstat rankings.
Golfstat coordinates its rankings based on division comparitive wins -- a round-robin and head-to-head comparison of all teams. The Gophers's figure in the latest rankings is 80.449% after finishing third out of 12 teams at the Minnesota Invitational last week at the Minikahda Club in Minneapolis.
The Gophers return to action next Monday with the Windy City Collegiate Classic in Highland Park, Ill. Northmoor Country Club hosts the two-day, 54-hole tournament with some of the top teams in the nation set to compete. Joining the Gophers are USC (2), Oklahoma State (5), Arizona (10), Florida (12), Iowa State (14), Stanford (15), Georgia (17), Louisville (22), Ohio State (24) and Northwestern (33).
Minnesota Invitational Shifts to Prestwick in 2017
The Woodbury course will host a 15-team championship field in September next season.
Gophers to Host ANNIKA Intercollegiate in 2017
The tournament, to be played at Olympic Hills, features the best field in Division I women's golf.
Gopher Women’s Golf Signs Four to NLIs
Minnesota women’s golf coach Michele Redman announced Friday the addition of four student-athletes, as they signed their National Letters of Intent to join the Gophers next year.