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Alabama State University Wins 24th Annual Women’s Collegiate Championship

The 24th National Women’s Collegiate Golf Championship, held in April at White Water Creek Country Club in Fayetteville, Georgia, showcases talent from some of the top women’s golf programs throughout the U.S. Hosted by the Women in Golf Foundation, teams compete for the “Renee Powell Cup,” the PGA Head Professional at Clearview Golf Club in East Canton, Ohio, and one of America’s foremost educators and ambassadors of the game of golf.

Kicking off the three-day championship was keynote speaker, Stephen Hamblin, Executive Director of the American Junior Golf Association. The Career Readiness panel featured Lauren Shelly of the American Junior Golf Association; Matasha Burr, Director of Sales for AT&T Georgia; Anne Quiello, golf professional trainer and coach; and Rachel Melendez Mabee, PGA WORKS Program Specialist for PGA REACH. The day focused on professional development and provided an opportunity for the college women to play a round of golf with business professionals.

Alabama State University was a "four peat" Champion while North Carolina A&T State University finished second.  Texas Southern took home third place.

For more information on the Women in Golf Foundation and the Women’s Collegiate Golf Championship please visit womeningolffoundation.org.