Old Dominion women's golf head coach Mallory Hetzel announced the Monarchs 2019-20 schedule on Friday afternoon. ODU is coming off another record-breaking season, where they earned their third consecutive trip to the NCAA Regionals, broke school scoring records and closed out the season ranked No. 49 in the country.
Head coach of the Old Dominion women's golf team added Madison Corley and Anika Bolčíková to the roster for fall 2019. Corley comes from UNC Pembroke, while Bolčíková joins the Monarchs from Auburn.
Jana Melichova, Sana Tufail and Abigail Portyrata were named Academic All-Americans by the Women's Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) on Monday afternoon. The criteria to the All-America Scholar Team is a 3.50 cumulative GPA.
Old Dominion women's golfer Jana Melichova has been named Rookie of the Year in the Virginia All-State University Division Women's Golf Awards, as voted on by the Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID). Melichova and Charlotte De Corte earned first-team All-State honors, while Sana Tufail was named to the second team.
The Old Dominion men's and women's golf teams held their 43rd annual Spivey Rentals Golf Classic at Sleepy Hole Golf Course in Suffolk, Va. over the weekend. All proceeds from the Spivey Rentals Golf Classic benefit the experience of the student-athletes on the ODU men's and women's golf teams.
In their third-straight NCAA Regional appearance, the Old Dominion women's golf team took 14th on Wednesday afternoon. The Monarchs 54-hole total of 895 marks a program record at an NCAA Regional, where previously ODU scored a 905 in the 2018 Regional.
After 36 holes, the Old Dominion women's golf team sits in 13th at the Cle Elum NCAA Regional. ODU posted a 309 in the second round of the 54 hole tournament.
The Old Dominion women's golf team opened up the Cle Elum NCAA Regional with a five-over 293 on Monday afternoon. The Monarchs are tied for seventh along with Ohio State and Oregon State.
ODU is among 64 teams in the NCAA golf tournament, which began Monday morning
For the third-straight season, the Old Dominion women's golf team is headed to an NCAA Regional. ODU will play at the Tumble Creek Golf Club in the Cle Elum Regional hosted by Washington on May 6-8. The top six teams and top three individuals from each regional site will advance to the NCAA Championships on May 20-25 at the Blessings Golf Club in Arkansas.
The Old Dominion women's golf team was defeated by Virginia in match play by a 3-2-0 final. Leah Onosato and Charlotte De Corte picked up wins for the Monarchs on Friday afternoon.
The Old Dominion women's golf team is set to play Virginia on Friday, April 26 in a match play format at Spring Creek Golf Club. Both teams are nationally ranked, where UVA checks in the No. 17 and ODU is No. 39 in the most recent Golfstat ranking.