Maggie Will is the new head coach for the women’s golf program, and she has high hopes for this year’s team, including a conference championship.
The Richmond men’s and women’s golf teams worked hard on their short games to prepare for the 2011 season, which starts this Sunday.
Women’s golf tees off its 2010 season this Sunday at the Cougar Classic in Charleston, South Carolina.
Members of the women’s golf team have had to practice indoors because of snow to get ready for its season. The team is coached by Jill Briles-Hinton, who is in her first year at Richmond.
For the first time in its nine-year history, a member of the University of Richmond’s women’s golf team placed first in a team tournament.
The University of Richmond women’s golf team has a new coach. Jill Briles-Hinton, a former Ladies Professional Golf Association Tour player and coach at the University of Florida, has taken over for Leighann Albaugh.
Priding itself in a team motto of being better, the women’s golf team carries its cohesive energy from the locker room onto the golf course.
The University of Richmond women’s golf team finished 29th during the College of Charleston Invitational tournament in Kiawah Island, S.C., played from Feb. 22 to Feb. 24.
The women’s golf team will host its annual Spider Fall Invitational at Independence Golf Club in Midlothian, Va., during fall break on Oct. 13 and 14.
A student who did not compete in tournaments a year ago shot the lowest score in University of Richmond women’s golf history at the Towson Women’s Invitational in Maryland earlier this month.