As former Kansas University golf star Gary Woodland continues his quest to become one of the top players in the world, the Topeka native has made sure not to forget about the generation of young golfers hoping to follow in his golf shoes. By Matt Tait
Kansas University women’s golfer Minami Levonowich shot a 1-under 71 at Drumm Farm Golf Club in Independence, Missouri, on May 27 to qualify for the U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links (WAPL) Championship.
The Kansas University women’s golf team’s saved its best round for last but was unable to climb out of 24th place as the NCAA Championship concluded Friday at Tulsa Country Club.
Kansas University’s women’s golf team fell back to last place after the third round of the NCAA Championship on Thursday at the Tulsa Country Club.
Kansas University junior Minami Levonowich recorded an eagle, and the Jayhawks moved up a spot during the second round of the NCAA Women’s Golf Championship on Wednesday at the Tulsa Country Club.
Gusty winds didn’t do any favors for a Kansas University women’s golf team making its first NCAA Championship appearance in 24 years. The Kansas women finished the first day of nationals in 24th place out of 24 teams, Tuesday at Tulsa Country Club. KU’s second of four rounds will get underway at 12:56 p.m. today.
If teams were seeded according to Golfstat.com rankings, Kansas University’s women’s golfers would enter this week’s NCAA championships 21st in a 24-team field. By Gary Bedore
Minami Levonowich, who did not hit a single 4-iron during the first of three 18-hole rounds at the recent NCAA Central Regional golf tournament, pulled that club out of her Kansas Jayhawk golf bag without hesitation on the second day. By Gary Bedore
An exercise-science major who hopes to start dental school in the fall of 2015, Meghan Potee has had a stellar academic career at Kansas University. Normally, her accomplishments would be recognized Sunday during KU commencement ceremonies in Memorial Stadium. Potee has another engagement, however. By Gary Bedore
Kansas University’s women’s golf team improved five spots in the team standings on the final day of the NCAA Central Regional on Saturday and qualified for the NCAAs for just the second time in school history.
Kansas University sophomore Yupaporn Kawinpakorn shot a 3-under 69 Friday and is tied for seventh at the Women’s Golf Central Regional at Karsten Creek Golf Club. As a team, KU is in 10th place after two of three rounds.
Sophomore golfer Yupaporn “Mook” Kawinpakorn led the Kansas University women’s golf team with a 3-over 75 in the first round of the NCAA Central Regional on Thursday at Karsten Creek Golf Club.
To advance to the NCAA championships, Kansas University’s women’s golf team must defeat 16 of 24 teams at the 2014 Central Regional tournament today through Saturday at Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Oklahoma. By Gary Bedore
One of the best golfers in the history of the Kansas University women’s program was introduced to the sport as a youngster in Thailand. “My dad brought me to the golf course and he’d just leave me there. I had nothing to do so I just had to hit the golf ball,” said Yupaporn “Mook” Kawinpakorn, a sophomore all-Big 12 selection who takes an all-time KU-best seasonal stroke average of 74.41 into the NCAA Central Regional this weekend in Stillwater, Oklahoma. By Gary Bedore
Kansas University women’s golfer Yupaporn Kawinpakorn was named to the All-Big 12 team, the conference announced Thursday.