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Arizona women’s golf headed to Tallahassee for NCAA Regional Championships

The Wildcats look to capture their first championship since 2000

Cats Finish Tied for Third at Pac-12 Championships
Photo courtesy Arizona Athletics

The Arizona women’s golf team has been selected as the No. 3 seed in the Tallahassee Regional of the NCAA Regional Championships, it was announced Wednesday.

Here’s what the entire region looks like:

Play begins May 7 and runs through May 9 at Don Veller Seminole Golf Course & Club. This is the 26th straight year Arizona has made NCAA Regionals.

The Wildcats have been solid in their last few tournaments. In their last tournament, the Pac-12 Tournament, they finished tied for third.

Team Results

1. UCLA 287-286-287=860 (-4)

2. USC 291-288-293=872 (+8)

T3. Arizona 295-285-293=873 (+9)

T3. Stanford 290-295-288=873 (+9)

5. Arizona State 291-291-299=878 (+14)

Junior Haley Moore led the way, placing third. Bianca Pagdanganan and Yu-Sang Hou finished 14th and tied for 15th, respectively.

Arizona Individual Results

3. Haley Moore 70-70-70=210 (-6)

14. Bianca Pagdanganan 74-71-74=219 (+3)

T15. Yu-Sang Hou 74-71-75=220 (+4)

T27. Sandra Nordaas 77-73-74=224 (+8)

T34. Gigi Stoll 78-75-75=228 (+12)

The Wildcats have been playing well lately. Here’s how they have fared in their last five tournaments.

Wildcat Invitational — 2nd (-8)

El Tigre Invitational — 1st (+11)

Ping ASU Invitational — 1st (-12)

Silverado Showdown — T-3rd (+6)

Pac-12 Championships — T-3rd (+9)

Moore is the player to watch heading into the NCAA Tournament. She’s placed in the Top 5 in four different tournaments, and has won two of the four tournaments she’s finished.

She can lead the Cats to their first golf title since 2000, and can be the first Wildcat since Jenna Daniels in 2000 to win the Women’s Golf Individual Championship.