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).
Peronnin in Top 10 as Gophers Wrap Up Play
Junior Emie Peronnin earned the best finish of her career, tying for sixth to lead Minnesota on the final day of the UCF Challenge.
Gophers Team Score Improves During Second Round at UCF
The University of Minnesota women’s golf team shaved eight strokes off its team score on Monday during the second round of the UCF Challenge.
Gophers 10th After Day One in Orlando
Junior Emie Peronnin fired an even-par 72 to headline the Minnesota women’s golf team’s return to competition on Sunday at the UCF Challenge.