Lake Wales, Fla.- No. 15 William Carey University women's golf opened the 2015-16 season with a three shot win in the 2015 Webber International Invitational at the Lake Wales Golf Club.
Kansas City, Mo.- William Carey University women's golf received 210 total points and will begin the 2015 season ranked 15th in the NAIA Women's Golf Preseason Top 25 the national office announced last week.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced the 2015 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes last month and William Carey Univeristy junior Hope Biggs (JR/Clinton, Miss.) was named one of 129 women's golf student-athletes selected as a Scholar-Athlete
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — The Southern States Athletic Conference announced the 2015 SSAC Women's Golf All-Conference team and award winners last week at the SSAC Women's Golf Awards Banquet in Montgomery, Ala.
Montgomery, Ala.- William Carey University posted round of 309-312 to finish in 3rd place at the 2015 SSAC Women's Golf Championship at Montgomery Country Club.
Athens. Ala.- No. 17 William Carey University put together rounds of 307-312 as they picked up a four shot win in the 2015 RedHawk Spring Classic at Canebrake Country Club.
Savannah, Georgia: Playing at the Savannah Quarters Country Club which will host the NAIA National Tournament for the second straight year again this May, Hope Biggs (SR/Clinton, Miss.) led the team with a strong opening round of 76, placing her third in individual standing at the end of round one.
Memphis, Tenn.- No. 15 William Carey University women's golf fired rounds of 311-326-328 to finish in second place at "The Buc" invitational hosted by Christian Brothers University at the Club at North Creek.
Hattiesburg, Miss.- No. 15 William Carey University women's golf came up one stroke short as they finished in second place in the 2015 Carey Collegiate Classic at Canebrake Country Club.