Women's Golf

Women's Golf
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1980s

1980-1982 Kathy Dunbar, women's golf head coach
1982-1986 Fran Allen, women's golf head coach
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1983 Women's golf became varsity sport
1984 Wolfpack competed in first ever ACC Women's Golf Tournament

2000s

2000 Women's Golf reinstated as a varsity sport

Women's golf is reinstated as a varsity sport after disbanding in the 1980s.

2000 Page Marsh, women's golf head coach

Page Marsh coached the team to nine tournament team titles, and six individuals have captured medalist honors on eight separate occasions. Marsh earned ACC Coach of the Year honors in 2002.

2004 Short game practice golf facility opened

NC State opened its golf short game practice facility in August 2004 on campus at the University Club.

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2008 Women's golfer Lauren Doughtie competed in NCAA tournament

Lauren Doughtie became the first women's golf player in school history to compete at the NCAA tournament when she qualified as an individual.

2010s

2012 Women's golf qualified for NCAA Team Championship for the first time in program history
2014 Women's golf completed best season in program history

Women's golf completed its best season to date earning 10th place at the NCAA Championship. NC State placed third at both the ACC Championship and the NCAA East Regional.

2017 Women's golfer India Clyburn named to All-ACC Team

India Clyburn was named to the 2017 All-ACC Team, leading the team with the highest stroke average. Clyburn held the women's golf program record for season stroke average.

2018-2019 Women's golf NCAA Regional appearances

Women's golf made its 17th NCAA Regional appearance in the last 18 years. The team posted the second-lowest 18-hole (285) and 54-hole (881) scores in program history at the NCAA Regional.