On a rainy Sunday afternoon, the Cal Lutheran women’s golf team concluded play at the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) No. 1 Tournament with a fifth place finish at Robinson Ranch Golf Course.
The first two-day tournament of the spring for the Cal Lutheran women’s golf team took place on Monday and Tuesday at the Riverwalk Golf Course at the Super San Diego Championships hosted by Point Loma. In a field of 11 Division II, three Division III and a pair of NAIA teams, the Regals finished the two-round event in 693 (+117) to place 13th.
Last week a number of Cal Lutheran administrators attended the 2015 NCAA Convention in Washington D.C. where legislation was a key topic of conversation, not only for Division I programs, but at the D-III level as well.
Cal Lutheran head women’s golf coach Jeff Lindgrenreleased the spring 2015 portion of the combined 2014-15 CLU schedule today. For the second time in as many years the Regals will host an Invitational in March.
Everyone played Bingo as a kid; now, the Cal Lutheran student body has the opportunity to play it again with sporting events! CLU athletics, marketing and student life have teamed up to create Purple Pit Bingo complete with prizes at the end of the semester.
The end of September brought about the final fall tournament for the Cal Lutheran women’s golf team. On Monday and Tuesday the Regals played at the Al Jones Jr. Memorial Golf Tournament hosted by UT-Tyler at the Cascades Golf Course where the Violet and Gold combined for a fourth place finish.
In their first taste of action this season, the Cal Lutheran women’s golf team wrapped up competition at the PLNU Fall Preview at Torrey Pines today. The Regals posted a 668 (+76), which was good for 11th place overall in the tournament.
There are a variety of opportunities for student-athletes in the summers. For one soon-to-be Cal Lutheran senior the decision to trade her golf clubs and chances to work a paid job for an internship working with disabled children and dolphins all summer in the Caribbean was a no-brainer.
A season after becoming the first Regals golfer to collect a hole-in-one, Jenna Gimbel earned another first for the CLU women’s golf program on Wednesday as she was named to the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) All-Academic Team.