155 wins. 0 losses. 1 tie. That was the Sun Devil women's golf team in 1994-95.
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).
The Sun Devils will open with No. 3 seed Clemson Friday
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.
ASU is now tied with Texas for the second-most alums in the MLB
ASU finished in a three-way tie for third place in the Pac-12
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).
The final series of the season is tied at one game apiece
ASU notched 17 hits in its 12th win against a ranked opponent
The season came to a close, Friday, for the Arizona State women's tennis team as the doubles pair of juniors Desirae Krawczyk and Stephanie Vlad fell in the round of 16 at the NCAA Individual Championships in Waco, Texas.
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.
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