Foster set for matchplay stage of NCAA Championship

Ronan MacNamara

Anna Foster (Photo by Jan Kruger/R&A/R&A via Getty Images)

Anna Foster and Auburn comfortably progressed into the matchplay stages of the NCAA DI Women’s Golf Championships at Grayhawk Golf Club.

Auburn finished the four rounds of stroke play in fifth place with the top-8 advancing to the knockout rounds.

Elm Park’s Foster finished in a share of 40th position in the individual standings after a two-over 74 gave her a nine-over total.


The 2021 Irish Close champion turned in level-par after a bogey on the second was cancelled out by a birdie on the sixth. The back nine proved tougher for Foster who dropped shots on the tenth, twelfth and sixteenth while picking up a shot on the 14th as she came home in 38.

Stanford’s number one ranked Rose Zhang won the individual prize on six-under after a three-over 75.

Auburn will face UCLA in the first round of the match play today with Foster heading out second against Zoe Campos in the last of the four ties.

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