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Recent Women's Golf Headlines
Posted by Richard RoBards - Sun, Jun. 1, 2014 - [Women's Golf]
Cassidy Scantland
Cassidy Scantland

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Campbellsville University's Cassidy Scantland topped off an already impressive freshman year by being named as a National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Women's Golf Second Team All-America, as selected by the NAIA-Women's Golf Coaches Association All-America Committee.

Posted by Jordan Alves - Fri, May. 23, 2014 - [Women's Golf]
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LINCOLN, Neb. – Golf can be a very demanding game. It's just like any other sport, though, if you don't practice and master the skills, then it can be one of the most frustrating games to play.

Posted by Jordan Alves - Fri, May. 23, 2014 - [Women's Golf]
Cassidy Scantland
Cassidy Scantland

LINCOLN, Neb. – Lady Tiger freshman Cassidy Scantland struggled to find any consistency in her game Friday morning. Just a few holes once again came between finishing strong and a round she would like to forget.

Posted by Jordan Alves - Thu, May. 22, 2014 - [Women's Golf]
The Rodizio Grill in Lincoln, Neb.
The Rodizio Grill in Lincoln, Neb.

LINCOLN, Neb. — Where is Waldo? That has become an underlying theme of the week for Cassidy Scantland and Mrs. Jaime Vernon or some would like to say Ver-Non. No matter where we are or what day it is, Waldo always comes up in conversation and the laughs start coming out uncontrollably.

Posted by Jordan Alves - Thu, May. 22, 2014 - [Women's Golf]
Cassidy Scantland shot 10-over 82 in the third round of the NAIA National Championships
Cassidy Scantland shot 10-over 82 in the third round of the NAIA National Championships

LINCOLN, Neb. – After staying within striking distance after day two of the NAIA Women's Golf National Championships, Cassidy Scantland struggled to find consistency in round three and dropped off the pace. Her 10-over par, 82, put her just outside the Top 40 when she came off the 18th green with half of the field still yet to tee off. By the end of the day, Scantland was tied for 24th at 18-over-par through 54 holes to make the cut for Friday's final round.

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