For the third time in program history, the Arizona Wildcats are National Champions in women’s golf.
It’s the school’s 19th team NCAA national championship, and the first for women’s golf since 2000.
Naturally congrats poured in from all over Arizona Twitter in the immediate aftermath of Haley Moore’s playoff victory, including from arguably the greatest women’s golfer of all-time (and Arizona alum) Annika Sorenstam.
And Kevin Sumlin, Khalil Tate, and plenty of other notables:
BearDown‼️ Congratulations on a great year ‼️‼️ https://t.co/F9RLHH1otA— Khalil Tate (@KhalilDTN) May 24, 2018
Haley Moore with the sudden-death clincher to give a national title to eighth-seeded Arizona. Great theater.— Jason Sobel (@JasonSobelTAN) May 24, 2018
Y’all better call Arizona a golf school now https://t.co/jIXOqsFIvk— Marcus Griffin (@RealMG96) May 24, 2018
We re-enacted Haley Moore’s clutch putt on 18.— Arizona Softball (@ArizonaSoftball) May 24, 2018
(This may or may not have been a third take because two other players missed the putts.) pic.twitter.com/EpRC0d5NeX
That’s awesome stuff @ArizonaWGolf !! That’s why you come to Arizona, to win Natty Championships!— Robby (@medelrob) May 24, 2018
So when’s her statue outside McKale gonna happen? https://t.co/yXk8aQMtxT— Alex Benavides (@AlexBenii) May 24, 2018
But the most important thing to know: