OSKALOOSA, Iowa – For the final time this fall, the Ashford University men's and women's golf teams hit the links, taking part in the William Penn Invitational on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 10-11.
The Ashford men would finish the fall schedule by taking fourth place out of 16 teams with a score of 586 (286-300). Meanwhile, the Ashford women would snag a fifth place finish in the seven-team field with a team score of 703 (363-340).
EAST MOLINE, Ill. – For the fourth consecutive year, the Ashford University men's and women's golf teams loaded up their bags and headed south to Short Hills Country Club for the Ashford University Fall Invitational on Sunday and Monday, Sept. 28-29.
It proved to be a successful two days for both squads, as the Saints recorded a total of eight individual top-10 finishes. The Ashford women checked in with a 712 (365-347) while the top men's squad, known as the "Gold" team, recorded a 588 (297-299).
GALENA, Ill. – The Ashford University women's golf team grabbed a fourth place finish on Saturday and Sunday (Sept. 20-21) at the Clarke University Invitational, held at Eagle Ridge Resort.
OGLESBY, Ill. – The Ashford University men's and women's golf teams teed it up on Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 15-16 at Deer Park Country Club in Oglesby, Ill. for the Deer Park Classic, hosted by Cardinal Stritch University (Wis.).
Playing against some of the top teams in the region, the AU men turned in a strong showing over the two-day event. Ashford carded a pair of 289s to finish with a team score of 578 and finish in a tie for third place with the host Wolves of Cardinal Stritch, ten shots back of the top spot.
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).