10/26/2014 | W. Golf
Sophomores Zoe-Beth Brake and Jessica Porvasnik each cracked the top-20 at the Landfall Tradition, both posting 54-hole totals of 218 (+2) to earn a share of 16th place. It marks Porvasnik's third top-20 finish in three of four tournaments and the first for Brake this season.
10/25/2014 | W. Golf
Sophomore Jessica Porvasnik has put herself into contention for a top-10 showing in the ultra-competitive Landfall Tradition field that includes 27 of Golfweek's top-100 players. The Hinckley, Ohio native is a lone shot out of 10th place, tied for 13th at even par. As a team, the Buckeyes are slotted 15th entering the event's final day.
10/24/2014 | W. Golf
Ohio State Women's Golf carded a 4-over 292 in the opening round of the Landfall Tradition, earning a share of eighth place in the stacked 18-team field. Sophomore Jessica Porvasnik fired a 2-under 70 and is tied for 10th on the individual leaderboard with 36 holes to play over the weekend.
10/22/2014 | W. Golf
The 2014 Fall season comes to its conclusion this weekend when Ohio State Women's Golf goes south to compete in the 13th Annual Landfall Tradition in Wilmington, N.C. A large field of 18 teams will take the course at the Country Club of Landfall from Friday-Sunday (Oct. 24-26). Tee times begin at 8:30 a.m. ET on Friday.
10/13/2014 | W. Golf
Jan Chanpalangsri and Claudia Lim have been voted as co-captains for the 2014-15 Ohio State women's golf team. The senior duo has played in all three events during the Fall semester and a combined 70 tournaments in their collegiate careers thus far.
10/8/2014 | W. Golf
Lina Aguillon is the Big Ten Golfer of the Week after besting 80 competitors to place second at the Windy City Collegiate. She marks the third Buckeye to earn Big Golfer of the Week recognition during the Fall semester as Ohio State has received the honor following all three tournaments played.
10/7/2014 | W. Golf
Lina Aguillon bested 80 competitors to place second at the Windy City Collegiate. The tournament runner-up is now 3-for-3 on top-25 finishes during her Buckeye career. As a team, Ohio State blazed the course to the tune of 285 on the final day, the lowest round of the entire event and seven strokes better than all others on Tuesday.