Men's Golf

NCAA Division I Infractions Appeals Committee upholds show cause order for former Coastal Carolina golf coach

A former head men’s golf coach at Coastal Carolina University must serve a one-year show cause order

NCAA Division I Infractions Appeals Committee upholds SMU decision

Southern Methodist University’s men’s basketball and men’s golf teams must implement scholarship and recruiting restrictions, the men’s basketball team must vacate wins, and the men’s golf team must serve a postseason ban

SMU commits men’s basketball and golf violations

Southern Methodist University committed multiple violations, including academic fraud, unethical conduct and head coach control in the men’s basketball program and recruiting and unethical conduct in the men’s golf program

Former Coastal Carolina golf coach provided benefits to recruit

A former Coastal Carolina University head men’s golf coach gave private lessons to a recruit and paid for more private lessons with another instructor.

LSU ends its 60-year drought

Louisiana State University captured a 4-1 match-play victory over the University of Southern California to win the Division I Men’s Golf Championships. It was the first title for LSU since 1955.

Nova Southeastern truly enjoys its title

Top-ranked Nova Southeastern University’s international lineup turned in a strong week of play to capture the Division II men’s golf title with a 3-2 victory over Lynn, its rival from the Sunshine State Conference.

Methodist’s comeback is a winner

Methodist University was five shots behind as it opened the final round of the Division III Men’s Golf Championships. But the Monarchs, a perennial contender, knew what to do. They narrowed their focus, concerning themselves only with details within their control, and captured the 11th national title in program history.

DIII committee considers championships changes

DIII Championships Committee considers minor changes to several championships.


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