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Chico State women’s golf place fourth in CCAA Championship

Natalie Kinney was the leading scorer in the CCAA championship. Photo Courtesy of Sports Information.

Lucero Del Rayo-Nava

April 18, 2019

Despite their strong performance, the women’s golf team placed fourth in the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Championship.Day oneChico State started off with a powerful performance at Morgan Run Golf Club as five Wildcats ended the day combining to shoot even par over the last ...

Wildcats place fifth at Mikuni Sushi Shootout

Freshman Julia Kalez trimmed her score from Monday with a final score of 83 on Tuesday. She finished in a tie for 48th place at 23-over par 167.
Image credit: Chico State Athletic Information.

Matthew Ferreira

February 13, 2019

Chico State women’s golf team finished the second day of the Mikuni Sushi Shootout, held in Lincoln, on Tuesday tied for fifth place.The Wildcats entered the day tied for sixth place with Cal State East Bay and were able to edge them out by a stroke to tie with Dixie State at 631 total team stro...

Unpredictable weather drowns Wildcats in Sea Lion Invitational

Chico State senior Emily Rotter tees off at the first annual CCAA women's golf championship in this archived photo. Photo credit: Heather Fegley

Lucero Del Rayo-Nava

February 6, 2019

Battling against weather conditions, the Chico State women’s golf team struggled to shine when the first round of the Sea Lion Invitational, hosted in San Diego, was canceled after the 10th hole but they were allowed to finish up the round on Tuesday. The second round meant for Tuesday was cancelled ou...

Women’s golf team places second at Sonoma State

Cydney Nance

October 18, 2016

The Chico State women’s golf team had its strongest showing of the season in the Sonoma State Fall Invitational, with a second place finish in the first round. The team has yet to find its stride this season as its placed fourth twice and snagged seventh once. The team led the tournament with 14 birdies an...

Women’s Golf still unsteady

Nick Green watches his golfer during a 'Cats practice. Photo Courtesy of Nick Green

Kenta Mcafee

October 3, 2016

The women's golf team has gotten off to a shaky start this season, with a third and seventh place finish in the first two tournaments of the year. The team is lead by senior Abbey McGrew who has two top ten finishes this season and had a career-best finish in the Academy of Art invitational by snagging...

Women’s golf team drops the ball

Jordan Jarrell

September 22, 2016

The Chico State women’s golf team finished in seventh place on the second day of the Western New Mexico Fall Invitational. The team took 299 shots in the first round and finished with a steady lead in second place, but faced difficulty in the second round, with 306 strokes. Senior Abbey McGrew...

Nick on the Green

Nick Green. Photo Courtesy of Chico Wildcats Website.

Kenta Mcafee

September 20, 2016

After the departure of men's head golf coach TL Brown, the Chico State athletic program searched nationwide for a coach to replace him. The search ended across the hall from Brown, at the office of Nick Green, the head coach of women's golf. Green took over the women's golf program in 2014 and served...

Women’s golf clinches third

Bianca Armanini poses with former teammate Dani O'Keefe at a tournament last season. Photo credit: Alicia Brogden

Kenta Mcafee

September 14, 2016

The women's golf team continued their performance at the Art of Golf Classic on Sept. 13, and shot a team total of 67-over par 643.Senior Abbey McGrew led the team to their third place win after placing 11th on the first day of the tournament, McGrew shot three birdies, and rose to third place by tying ...

Women’s golf takes 4th in Second Annual Dixie State Invitational

Senior golfers Dani O'Keefe (left) and Bianca Armanini (right) were two of only three Wildcats to finish in the top 10 at the Dixie State Invitational on Oct. 6. Photo credit: Alicia Brogden

Julie Ortega

October 11, 2015

The Chico State women's golf team competed in this week's Second Annual Dixie State Invitational, where the Wildcats finished in fourth place.After the first day of competition, the Wildcats ended in fifth place with 19-over par 307. Senior golfer Dani O'Keefe finished in 10th place after she shot a 3-over par 75. Fe...

Women’s golf falls short of playoffs, prepares for next season

Abbey McGrew, a sophomore kinesiology major, takes a swing in a tournament earlier this year. The Wildcats had a strong spring season despite working with a roster of only five players. Photo courtesy of Abbey McGrew

Matthew Vislosky

May 10, 2015

The Chico State women's golf team was looking to make it to two NCAA Super Regionals in two years, but fell short after losing to Sonoma State. The Wildcats couldn't crack the 36-team bracket that is headed to the NCAA Super Regionals, but the season ushered in many positives, said Nick Green, head coach. "We shot o...

‘Cats take 2nd place as tournament host

Sophomore Abbey McGrew finished the Wildcat hosted tournament tied for 5th place on April 21. Photo Courtesy of Abbey McGrew

Matthew Vislosky

April 23, 2015

The Chico State women's golf team hosted the Interwest Wildcat Invitational and came away with a second place finish in a four-team field. Only three other teams showed up for the tournament, Sonoma State, CSU Monterey Bay and CSU East Bay. Junior Bianca Armanini finished in second place wit...

Women’s golf finishes 17th in tournament

Junior Dani O'Keefe led the 'Cats with a total score of 163, giving her a 44th place finish at the Sonoma State Spring Invitational at the Rohnert Park Foxtail Golf Club on April 6. Photo Courtesy: Chico Wildcats

Matthew Vislosky

April 10, 2015

The Chico State women's golf team struggled to put up good scores in the Sonoma State Spring Invitational at the Rohnert Park Foxtail Golf Club on April 6 and 7.The team finished 17th out of the 20 teams who competed.Junior Dani O'Keefe led the 'Cats with a total score of 163, 82 in round one and 81 in round t...

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