Women's Golf - Archives 2016-17
The Maryland women's golf team wrapped up the Lady Paladin Invitational tied for 13th place Sunday.
Freshman Xiaolin Tian led the 11th ranked Maryland women's golf team as they wrapped up day two of the Lady Paladin Invitational in ninth place.
The No. 11-ranked Maryland women's golf team sits tied for eighth place after round one of the Lady Paladin Invitational at Furman University Golf Course Friday.
The Maryland women's golf team travels to Greenville, S.C. for the Lady Paladin Invitational Friday.
The Maryland women's golf team finished tied for fifth with host school Tennessee as it wrapped up action at the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate on Tuesday afternoon at Cherokee Country Club.
The Maryland women's golf team had a stellar start to the 2016-17campaign as it wrapped up the first and second rounds of the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate in fourth place Monday at the Cherokee Country Club.
The Maryland women's golf team will open its 2016 fall slate on Monday at the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championship on the course of the Cherokee Country Club in Knoxville, Tenn.
The Maryland women's golf team had three players selected as Players to Watch in the Big Ten Conference this season.
Head coach Diana Cantu and the Maryland women's golf program announced the 2016-17 schedule on Thursday. The challenging slate includes five contests in the fall and five tournaments in the spring before preparing for Big Ten and NCAA Tournament play beginning in late April and early May, respectively.
Head coach Diana Cantu and the Maryland women's golf program has announced the signing of graduate transfer Lauren Salazar.