Twenty-four teams qualified for the NCAA Championship this past weekend after 72 teams battled it out for the eight available spots at each of the three regionals. Alabama, USC and Duke entered their respective regionals as the No. 1 seed and each left with another team title and a spot at the NCAA Championship thanks to the help of ANNIKA Invitational alumni. These top three schools each started three ANNIKA Invitational alumni in their regional lineups and were three out of the 17 schools that qualified for the NCAA Championship that had at least one ANNIKA Invitational alumni in their lineup.
Here is a recap of the top performances by ANNIKA Invitational alumni from the NCAA Regionals:
East Regional – Auburn University GC, Auburn, Alabama
Stephanie Meadow, a two-time participant of the ANNIKA Invitational USA, led Alabama to the East Regional title for their fifth consecutive win and seventh overall title of the season. Stephanie also won the individual title by six strokes with rounds of Read more →