Back In The Top 10|
Feb. 28, 2006
LAS VEGAS - UNLV women's golf team moved back into the top 10 in two of collegiate golf's polls after the Rebels finished sixth last week at the Wildcat Invitational, marking the first time that the Rebels have been ranked in the top 10 this late in the season.
UNLV was ranked No. 9 by Golfstat and No. 10 by Golfweek in the latest polls released this week. The Rebels' highest ranking in program history was No. 8 by Golfweek, which they reached last fall on Sept. 30, 2005.
Da Sol Chung was ranked 12th in the country individually this week by Golfweek following her third-place finish at the Wildcat Invitational in a field that included 11 of the top 15 teams in the country. The ranking is the highest an individual has ever been ranked in UNLV history. UNLV has three other players ranked in the top 100 in Grace Woo (31st), Elena Kurokawa (53rd) and Seema Sadekar (95th).
The Rebels have won the last two Mountain West Conference championships under the guidance of head coach Missy Ringler and continue their season by hosting the UNLV Spring Invitational on March 13-15 at Black Mountain Country Club.
Golfstat's Women's Top 25
1 Duke University 2 Arizona State 3 UCLA 4 Purdue 5 Auburn 6 Pepperdine 7 Southern California 8 Georgia 9 UNLV 10 Arkansas 11 California 12 Wake Forest 13 Stanford 14 Vanderbilt 15 Virginia 16 Florida 17 Arizona 18 Tennessee 19 Texas A&M 20 Ohio State 21 Oklahoma State 22 New Mexico 23 Kent State 24 Long Beach State 25 Tulane
Golfweek's Women's Top 25
1 Duke 2 UCLA 3 Arizona State 4 Purdue 5 Auburn 6 Southern California 7 Pepperdine 8 Georgia 9 Arkansas 10 UNLV 11 Wake Forest 12 California 13 Vanderbilt 14 Tennessee 15 Virginia 16 Stanford 17 Arizona 18 Florida 19 Ohio State 20 Texas A&M 21 Oklahoma State 22 Long Beach State 23 Kent State 24 New Mexico 25 Washington