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McCarthy’s Auburn capture SEC Women’s Golf Championship

The Tigers swept Mississippi State 5-0 in Sunday’s match play final to capture the 10th conference title in program history and first under head coach Melissa Luellen

Auburn advance to SEC finals; Walsh’s Deacons defeated in ACC

The Auburn women’s golf team knocked off Vanderbilt and Alabama back-to-back in match play Saturday to advance to the finals of the SEC Championship where they will face Mississippi State on Sunday

McCarthy recovers from triple as Auburn earns No. 3 seed in SEC quarterfinals

The Auburn women’s golf team advanced as third seeds to the match play stage of the SEC Championship while in the ACC Championship, Castlewarden's Lauren Walsh helped Wake Forest through to the semis as second seeds

McCarthy helps Auburn move into third at SEC Championship

Forrest Little golfer Julie McCarthy added an even par round of 72 to her opening 73 to help the Auburn University women’s golf team into third place ahead of the final round of the SEC Championship

Sandy Scott withdraws from GB&I Walker Cup team with wrist injury

First reserve, Jack Dyer, will now take his place in the side to play the United States of America at Seminole Golf Club on 8 and 9 May

Kennedy posts best finish for Cardinals in just his third start

Royal Dublin’s Max Kennedy fired himself to a career-best finish to lead the University of Louisville men's golf team at the Aggie Invitational at the Traditions Golf Club in College Station, Texas

McSherry settles for season’s best finish in New Mexico

Lurgan’s Niamh McSherry recorded a top-five finish with a one-under par 54-hole total but will be left to wonder what might’ve been after a disappointing final day at the Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire Invitational

McSherry fires career-low 66 to lead by two ahead of New Mexico finale

Niamh McSherry's first-round score of six-under par 66 tied for the fourth lowest in school history and marked a personal best. She tallied 11 birdies over the first 36 holes, including three in a row in the second round, to propel her into first place

Mehaffey takes ninth as Kajitani wins Augusta National Women’s Amateur

Olivia Mehaffey carded a final round three-over par 75 to finish in ninth place as Tsubasa Kajitani of Japan captured the second annual Augusta National Women’s Amateur in a playoff on Saturday

Mehaffey says Augusta win “would be everything” ahead of final round

Olivia Mehaffey is just one stroke off the lead ahead of the final round of the second annual Augusta National Women's Amateur

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