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Illinois women’s golf head into the offseason with 4 top-10 finishes this season

By Ryan Wilson

November 1, 2015


Filed under Sports

The Illinois women’s golf team ate some Chick-fil-A sandwiches and snacks before ending its fall season at the Palmetto Intercollegiate. The Illini were chowing down during a weather delay during their final tournament of the season and the break appeared to help. The team finished fifth at the ...

Texas trip tough on Illini women's golf

By Ryan Wilson

October 7, 2015


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The Illinois women’s golf team opened this season with two-straight top-10 finishes. But at the Jim West Challenge, the team didn't rank in the top 10 after any round. “We didn’t take advantage of our opportunity holes for birdies,” head coach Renee Slone said. Illinois shot 37-over 908 at...

Illini battling tough competition, heat at Jim West Challenge

By Ryan Wilson

October 4, 2015


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The Illinois women's golf team had a week to prepare for the 2015 Jim West Challenge, but it still won’t be easy for the Illini to finish atop the leaderboard at the tournament.RBFor the second-straight week, the Illini are competing in Bermuda grass, which is thicker than the grass o...

Illini women’s golf heads into break content fall season

By Lucas Wright

December 16, 2014


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The Illini women’s golf team has gone into the winter break with a successful fall season. Two victories, three Big Ten Players of the Week awards and one individual victory are just a few of the accolades this team has already achieved. Illinois opened its season with three freshmen and two sopho...

Illini women’s golf looks to finish fall season on top

By Lucas Wright

October 30, 2014


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The Illinois women’s golf team is going into its final tournament of the fall season at the Jim West Challenge in Boerne, Texas, having won its last two events. Most recently, the Illini took the title at the Hoosier Fall Invitational by powering through Boston College and Indiana in the first two rou...