QUINCY, Ill. – The Ashford University men's and women's golf teams hit the links at Spring Lake Country Club on Sept. 7-8 for the Wildcat Invitational, hosted by Culver-Stockton College (Mo.).
Both teams would climb up two spots from their day one finish. The Ashford men improved 19 shots to take second place overall with a two-day score of 607 (313-294). Making their fall debut, the Ashford women dropped 43 shots off their score on day two to finish third overall with a 759 (401-358).
CLINTON – Second year head coach Robert Jan is pleased to announce the signing of five players that will join the Ashford University golf program for the upcoming season.
Clinton's own Josh Bousman joins George Long (Bournemouth, England) and David Krueger (Mundelein, Ill.) as the three newest members of the AU men's team while Andrea Strohmaier (Genoa, Ill.) and Carlie Olson (Aledo, Ill.) will tee it up for the Ashford women starting this fall.
CLINTON – Two Ashford University student-athletes were awarded for their work in the classroom on Thursday morning when the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced the list of 118 women's golfers that were named Daktronics NAIA Scholar-Athletes.
Senior Courtney Gieseman was named a recipient of the award for the second time in her career while junior Katelyn Gille was also named to the list, earning her first career Scholar-Athlete nomination.
BREMERTON, Wash. – The 2014 season came to an end for the Ashford University men's and women's golf teams on Monday (Apr. 28) as both teams teed it up on day two of the 2014 Association of Independent Institutions (A.I.I.) Championships at Gold Mountain Golf Club.
The Ashford men wrapped up the three round event with a 914 and a fifth place finish. The AU women also grabbed fifth place after firing a 686 in the two round tournament.
BREMERTON, Wash. – The Ashford University men's and women's golf teams teed it up at Gold Mountain Golf Course on Sunday, Apr. 27, for day one of the 2014 Association of Independent Institutions (A.I.I.) Championships.
At the end of the day, both teams find themselves in fifth place overall. The Ashford men recorded a 36-hole score of 611. Meanwhile, the AU women carded an 18-hole score of 342.