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Golf earns top seed in regional

Published On:
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
04-28-09 Women's Golf
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Freshman Carlota Ciganda and the ASU women’s golf team will be the No. 1 seed in the NCAA West Regional which will begin on May 7 at ASU’s Karsten Golf Course.(Photo Courtesy of ASU Media Relations)

A day after claiming its eighth Pac-10 conference title in school history, the No. 1 ASU women’s golf team was awarded a No. 1 seed in the NCAA West Regional on Monday.

Ciganda, ASU capture Pac-10 women’s golf title

Published On:
Monday, April 27, 2009
04-27-09 Golf
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Freshman Carlota Ciganda won the Pac-10 individual title on Sunday after defeating senior teammate Jennifer Osborn and USC freshman Jennifer Song in a playoff. ASU won the team championship. (Photo Courtesy of ASU Media Relations)

The No. 1 team in the country certainly lived up to its ranking.

ASU men’s golf set for Pac-10 Championships

Published On:
Friday, April 24, 2009
04-24-09 Golf
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Sophomore Scott Pickney practices his swing at Karsten Golf Course on Wednesday as the Sun Devils prepare for the Pac-10 Championships. (Damien Maloney | The State Press)

Few sports require a shorter memory than golf.

And that notion will be put to the test for the No. 22 ASU men’s golf squad when it heads to Seattle on Monday for the Pac-10 Championships.

Women’s golf rested, prepared for Pac-10s

Published On:
Thursday, April 23, 2009
09-03-08 Golf Munoz
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Senior Azahara Munoz, who has only competed in two tournaments this spring for ASU, takes a swing at the Karsten Golf Course driving range during the fall season. Munoz will be in the lineup when ASU starts the Pac-10 Championships on Friday. (Matt Pavelek | The State Press)

For the ASU women’s golf team, the break is over.

Men’s golf third at tournament

Borsheim, Pickney lead ASU
Published On:
Monday, April 20, 2009

The individual scores didn’t top the leader board, but a strong collective effort from the ASU men’s golf team netted a third-place finish at the U.S.