Category: Golf (W)

Former UA golfer starts career with win

Former Alabama golfer Jennifer Kirby got her professional career started this week right, winning the CN Canadian Women’s Tour Quebec. Stephanie Meadow and Johanna Tillström also both advance to match play in the Ladies’ British Open Amateur Championship. Kirby, from Paris, Ontario, Canada, carded five birdies in her final round and finished with a 2-under 70 for a 36-hole total […]

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NCAA honors 5 UA athletic teams for academic success

Led by the Crimson Tide’s national championship football and men’s golf teams, a total of five University of Alabama athletic teams were honored with the NCAA Division I Public Recognition Award, the NCAA announced Wednesday. Each year, the NCAA honors select Division I sports teams by publicly recognizing their latest multi-year NCAA Division I Academic Progress Rate. This award is […]

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Alabama trio earns Academic All-American honors

A trio of University of Alabama student-athletes were named to the 2013 Capital One Academic All-America Women’s At-Large Team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America, according to an announcement made Wednesday, June 5. Junior gymnast Kim Jacob and junior golfer Stephanie Meadow were named to the first team, while senior tennis player Antonia Foehse was named […]

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Women’s golf team takes 7th place in NCAA Championship

The No. 2 Alabama women’s golf team struggled to the finish in the final round of the NCAA Championships on the par-72, 6,372-yard University of Georgia Golf Course Friday. The Crimson Tide posted a 37-over 1,189 to finish seventh. The team shot a season-high 28-over-par 316 to slide from a tie for third as winds gusted through a difficult UGA […]

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Crimson Tide women’s golf pulls away in SEC championships

The No. 2 Alabama women’s golf team pulled away from the competition on Sunday in the final round of the 2013 SEC Golf Championships at the par-72, 6,401-yard Greystone Golf and Country Club to win the league title by 14 shots. The Crimson Tide shot 14-over 302, which was within one shot of the low round of the day in […]

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