Arizona State's Monica Vaughn earned First Team All-American honors, the Women's Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) announced Tuesday at the 2015 NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championship.
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Arizona State's Monica Vaughn recorded a top-five finish at the 2015 NCAA Women's Golf Championships on Monday afternoon. The sophomore, ranked No. 16 in the nation according to Golfstat, placed fifth with a 1-over 289 (75-71-71-72).
Arizona State's Monica Vaughn is in second place heading into the final day of stroke play at the 2015 NCAA Championships. For the third straight day, lightning caused long delays which suspended third round play on Sunday.
Arizona State's Monica Vaughn is tied for third through two rounds at the 2015 NCAA Championships. After lightning suspended play for the second straight afternoon, Vaughn closed out the round Sunday morning with a birdie, putting her at 2-over 146 (75-71).
Arizona State's Monica Vaughn wrapped up her first round of the 2015 NCAA Championships at 3-over 75 before the weather turned on the afternoon wave of golfers. After two delays late Friday afternoon at the par-72, 6,428-yard The Concession Golf Club, play was suspended due to lightning.
Arizona State's Monica Vaughn heads to Florida to compete in the 2015 NCAA Women's Golf Championships, to be held May 22-27, at The Concession Golf Club. The sophomore punched her ticket to the championship after tying for sixth at the NCAA Regional in San Antonio earlier in May.
Arizona State's Monica Vaughn is heading to the 2015 NCAA Women's Golf Championships after tying for sixth at the NCAA San Antonio Regional on Saturday afternoon. The sophomore carded a 3-under 69 in the final round to finish at 4-under 212 (71-72-69) through 54 holes.
Led by senior Noemi Jimenez, the No. 19 Arizona State women's golf team is two spots from qualifying for its 24th consecutive NCAA Championship. Rebounding from a first-round 296, the Sun Devils posted a 6-under 282 on Friday at the par-72, 6,350-yard Briggs Ranch Golf Course in San Antonio.
Arizona State's Monica Vaughn is four strokes off the lead after carding five birdies in the first round of NCAA Regionals on Thursday. The sophomore is tied for 24th with a 1-under 71 at the par-72, 6,350-yard Briggs Ranch Golf Course in San Antonio.
The No. 19 Arizona State women's golf team begins its quest for its 24th consecutive NCAA Championship appearance when it competes as the No. 5 seed at the NCAA San Antonio Regional, May 7-9. The Regional Championships will be held at the par-72, 6,350-yard Briggs Ranch Golf Club in San Antonio.
The No. 19 Arizona State women's golf team earned the No. 5 seed in the NCAA Regional Championships to be held in San Antonio, Texas, the NCAA announced on the Golf Channel Monday evening. The Sun Devils will compete for an NCAA-record 24th consecutive bid to the National Championships.
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