Women’s Golf | May 18, 2023
The No. 8 USC women’s golf team, the reigning Pac-12 champion with a pair of wins this season, begins its push for a fourth national title at the 2023 NCAA Championships at Grayhawk G.C. in Scottsdale, Ariz., the tournament running Friday through Wednesday (May19-24).
NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP INFO
For the eighth time, the NCAA women’s golf team champion will be decided in a combination of stroke and match play. The 30 teams that advanced out of six regionals will compete in 72 holes of stroke play, the top 15 advancing to a final round (May 22), where the individual winner will be determined as well. The top eight teams after 72 holes will be seeded into a match-play format. Quarterfinals and semifinals will be held on May 23 and the final will be May 24.
Action begins at 6:10 a.m. PT Friday through Sunday (May 19-21). Monday’s final individual round starts at approximately 10 a.m. PT. Tuesday’s match play quarterfinals begin at 6:20 a.m. PT with semifinals to follow at approximately 12:45 p.m.. Wednesday’s final match starts at approximately 1:35 p.m. PT.
Golf Channel will televise three days of coverage, starting with the final individual round beginning at 2 p.m. PT. Golf Channel will televise quarterfinal play Tuesday starting at 9 a.m. PT and semifinals will air at 2 p.m. PT. Live coverage of the final round Wednesday will start at 2 p.m. PT.
Results will be at Golfstat.com.
USC’s starting lineup will be feature senior Malia Nam, junior Brianna Navarrosa, sophomores Amari Avery and Xin (Cindy) Kou and freshman Catherine Park. Junior Christine Wang will be available as a sub for the second consecutive NCAAs.
USC’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS HISTORY
* USC has won three NCAA titles in 2003, 2008 and 2013. USC is one of only six schools with at least three NCAA team titles. Arizona State has eight, Duke has seven while USC, Arizona, San Jose State and UCLA have three. The Trojans finished 21 strokes better than Duke in 2013 (the biggest margin at the NCAA Championships since Arizona won by the same amount in 2000), six strokes ahead of UCLA in 2008 and were 15 strokes better than…
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