USC Women's Golf news

  1. Coach Andrea Gaston Given Cancer-Free Diagnosis
    USC Women’s Golf Head Coach Andrea Gaston, diagnosed with uterine cancer earlier this year, underwent surgery in late May and this week was given a cancer-free diagnosis by her doctors.
  2. Ree, Morgan, He Earn Golfweek All-American Honors
    Robynn Ree, who led USC in stroke average as a sophomore, was named a 2017 Golfweek All-American second teamer while senior Victoria Morgan and freshman Muni He earned All-American honorable mention honors.
  3. Trojan Seniors, Degrees In Hand, Now Playing Professionally
    Less than three weeks after the USC women’s golf team reached the NCAA Championships semifinals for its national best 12th-straight top 5 finish, four Trojan seniors – with their USC degrees in hand – are pursuing their dreams on professional tours.
  4. Victoria Morgan Named Pac-12 All-Academic First Team
    Redshirt senior Victoria Morgan, who earned WGCA All-American honorable mention honors while helping the No. 6 USC women’s golf team reach the NCAA Championships semifinals this year, was selected to the Pac-12 All-Academic first team, leading four Trojan women’s and men’s golfers who earned conference academic awards.
  5. Trojans NCAA Championship Run Ends In Semifinals On Playoff Hole
    USC's hopes for a fourth national championships were halted in the 2017 NCAA semifinals as Northwestern came back Wednesday (May 24) morning to erase the Trojans' slim lead from Tuesday and complete the match play win, 3-2, on a playoff hole at Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove, Ill.