Coulter Foster and Donegan set for National Championships

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Beth Coulter and ASU team. (Credit: ASU Women's Golf)

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Ireland will be well represented at this year’s 2024 NCAA Women’s Golf Championship after Beth Coulter, Anna Foster and Aine Donegan all came through the regionals with their respective college teams.

Sara Byrne bowed out of her senior year with Miami as she rounded off a sensational season with a seventh place finish at the Regionals as the Canes came up just shy of the Nationals.

Coulter, in her second year at ASU finished 12th in the individual leaderboard to help her team to a 38th appearance in the NCAA Championship, the most by any program in the nation.

The Kirkistown Castle woman was the most consistent Sun Devil throughout the week, never falling out of the Top-20 at any point. This is her eighth career Top-20 finish as she gets ready to make her NCAA Championship debut.

Meanwhile, Foster and Auburn University won the Auburn Regionals by four shots on ten-under to punch their ticket to the Nationals.

Elm Park’s Foster shared 25th place on the individual leaderboard.

Donegan and LSU punched their second successive ticket to the Nationals with a four shot win at the Bryan Regional.


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