Seniors Maria Davis and Euna Pak shot the lowest scores of a two-person best-ball golf tournament in Las Vegas.
Hosted by Washington, the tournament was shortened to 36 holes due to heavy rain and a near four-hour delay.
After ending the Coeur d’Alene Resort Collegiate Invitational in 10th place, The Beach look to rebound by practicing and preparing for the next tournament.
The Long Beach State women’s golf team sits in 13th place out of 15 after day one of the Coeur d’Alene Invitational in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.
Inside the Walter Pyramid, LBSU’s new women’s golf assistant coach, McKenzie Raim, speaks with poise about her first coaching gig. Surfaces holding books and stacks of paper line the walls, but the layout is purposeful and uncluttered. Raim grew up two hours east of Long Beach in sunny Palm Desert,[Read More…]
Jennifer Yu led the Long Beach State women’s golf team to the Big West Championship Tuesday at Strawberry Farms Golf Club. It’s the second time in school history that Long Beach has claimed the title since its Big West win in 2009. Yu had a dominant performance finishing in first-place[Read More…]
The Long Beach State women’s golf team opened and closed out The Gold Rush tournament strong, but settled for 4th place in the team’s host event at El Dorado Park. “It was another step in the right direction,” head coach Joey Cerulle said. “We were very close to being where[Read More…]
The Long Beach State women’s golf team raised its first trophy in over two years after winning at the UC Irvine Invitational Tuesday. 15-over par 879 was the winning score thanks to performances by juniors Cara Barker and Haley Tygret, who both placed in the top 10. “I feel like[Read More…]
The Long Beach State women’s golf team finished ninth in the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown after a combined score of 19-over par 883. Sophomore Maria Davis and senior Jennifer Yu come home tied for 20th at 1-over par 217. LBSU found itself back in action after almost a month out[Read More…]
After a promising start to the Coeur D’Alene Collegiate, the LBSU women’s golf team fell from third to ninth place in day one of action on Tuesday. After the first 18 holes, the 49ers shot a team score of 1-over par 285, but could not follow it up in the[Read More…]