College Central: Dana Finkelstein in the Running for Women's Player of the Year
Ryan Lavner is joined by GolfWeek editor, Lance Ringler, via FaceTime interview, to discuss what's happened over the fall season thus far in women's college golf, including South Carolina and the University of Washington's surprising start and Dana Finkelstein's success.
Women's college preview: USC, Duke or the field?
Jay Coffin and Ryan Lavner preview the 2014-15 Women's NCAA season, including who they think can contend for the national championship in the new match-play format - USC, Duke or the field
College Central: Previewing the Conference Championships
This week on College Central, Duke and Vanderbilt take home women's titles and GSU and Mercer win out on the men's side, Steve Burkowski speaks to Billy Horschel about his former coach, Buddy Alexander, retiring, and Appalachian State shows off some trick shots in the Grill Room.
NCAA Women: Duke No. 1 seed in East region
Duke University is the No. 1 seed in the East region for the 2014 NCAA Division I Women’s Golf Championships.
College Central: Women's NCAA regionals recap
Steve Burkowski and Ryan Lavner recap the ins and out of the East, West and Central Women's NCAA Regionals.six seed will advance to Tulsa. That includes such teams as Clemson, Wake Forest , Pepperdine, UCF, LSU, and Oklahoma State as we just talked about. But surprises come even Cinderella stories. Three teams in particular, with standout weekend performances at the regionals and we'll start with Kansas, it's been a long time since they advanced to the National Championships. Yeah. And this, these are one of the great stories that you like at regional playoff, obviously the powerhouse teams are gonna advance to the NCAA Championship , it's often time a mere formality but for these teams, these lesser known teams to advance here, it's, it's really, it makes a huge mark. On the program, you're seeing Kansas, their first NCAA Championship since 1990. Campbell, their first berth since 1997 and how about Iowa State, punching their first ever ticket to the NCAA Championships.
College Central: Women's regional recaps, men's previews
Steve Burkowski and Ryan Lavner recap the Women's NCAA regionals, preview the Men's NCAA regionals and summarize the PGA Minority Championship.we think it would on paper trying to fill out brackets for March Madness . I mean, the chalk just always doesn't advance. I look at that Illinois regional with that potential shakeup. Clemson is six seed,
College Central: Recapping 2013-14, previewing 2014-15
Ryan Lavner recaps Alabama's national championship victory and gives his predictions for both the men's and women's 2014-15 season.As far as, you know, just looking at raw talent on the golf course . That USC team last year at Georgia was a very, very talented team. Clearly, Arizona State dominated in the 1990s. That was
College Central: USC or the field in women's finals?
Steve Burkowski and Ryan Lavner break down the 2014 Women's NCAA National Championship. Is it USC or the field?The division 1 women's national championships ready to roll on Tuesday at Tulsa Country Club, and all eyes on the top ranked women of troy from Southern Cal . Ryan, the defending national champs won by 21 shots a year ago, a line up that's deeper than a season ago. So,I look at teams like UCLA, one of the three that beat Southern Cal . Duke, who I liked all spring season. Dan Brooks knows how to get his team ready for national championships . They've won five, and keep an eye on Stanford. Not the best regional performance , but they've moved on. They beat both Southern Cal and UCLA at 12. So you're going USC, I'll go field. How about a gentlemen's bet to see who wins this one. You're on Burko Deal. Oh it's gonna be exciting to watch. Tulsa Country Club, it all gets going on Tuesday. Will it be Southern Cal or somebody else?
Golf Central: Top 3 NCAA Women's Teams
Steve Burkowski gives his top 3 picks for NCAA women's golf teams for 2014. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.recent, obviously coming this past May in Athens, Georgia. They've got the bulls eye on their back. I don't think they're gonna shy away from it and what I think is most intriguing to me, Annie
Sneak preview: Up next for 2014-15 women's NCAAs
Ryan Lavner previews the women's 2014-15 season with Duke and USC going back at it for the number 1 spot.men's side to the women, of course we cannot forget about Duke Blue Devils holding off top ranked USC to win the Women's National Championship at Tulsa Country Club in Oklahoma. It was the Blue Devils sixth National Title, but the first since 2007 for Dan Brooks and company. And it lead me to wonder, are Duke and USC the two teams to beat next year at the NCAA Championship ? And it certainly seems like a strong possibility. USC, assuming no other player turns pro, will lose just one starter from last year's nine win school record campaign. Duke, meanwhile, yes they're going to lose two starters, but Dan Brooks is also bringing in the Maguire sisters from Ireland, two very highly recruited junior players out of Europe to restock that lineup. They figured it would be very strong in the 2014/15 season. And just a reminder