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ANNIKA Award Watch List

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ANNIKA Award: Final fall watch list for the 2021-22 season
Julie Williams

As the fall season winds to a close, it’s time to recognize players who set themselves apart as frontrunners in women’s college golf over the past two and a half months. Perhaps none accomplished that quite like Rose Zhang, the top-ranked amateur who started her Stanford career this fall with three individual titles and remains undefeated as a college player. There are plenty of talented women, however, on her heels.

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ANNIKA Award: Final watch list for 2020-21 season
Julie Williams

The postseason is underway in women’s golf, and after this week’s NCAA Regionals, the NCAA Women’s Championship field is set for May 21-26 at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona.

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ANNIKA Award: Spring watch list for 2020-21 season
Julie Williams
The COVID-19 pandemic rocked the 2020-21 college golf schedule, with some schools and conferences electing not to compete in the fall.

ANNIKA Award Watch List: Preseason top 20, plus 10

Golf Channel Digital

 

The Annika Award presented by Stifel is awarded annually to the most outstanding women’s college golfer, as voted on by players, coaches and media. Past winners of the Annika Award include Leona Maguire, Alison Lee, Maria Fassi and last year's winner, Furman's Natalie Srinivasan.

ANNIKA and Fred Haskins Award Presented by Stifel to be Announced in May, Recognizing the Most Outstanding Collegiate Golfers for 2019-20

Golf Channel Public Relations

 

Today, GOLF Channel and Golfweek jointly revealed the final watch lists for the 2020 ANNIKA and Fred Haskins Awards presented by Stifel, recognizing the most outstanding Division I collegiate golfers for the 2019-2020 season as voted on by their fellow players, coaches and the golf media.

Voting for the 2020 ANNIKA and Haskins Awards will open on Tuesday, April 7 and close on Tuesday, April 21. The winners are scheduled to be announced on GOLF Channel in early May.

ANNIKA Award: End of fall watch list for 2020 season

Julie Williams (Golfweek)

 

In women’s college golf, the mid-season exodus is old news. It happens almost every year after LPGA Q-School. This winter, five top players will leave their teams to turn professional with the start of the 2020 LPGA and Symetra Tour seasons. Those players include Albane Valenzuela and Andrea Lee from Stanford, Sierra Brooks from Florida, Frida Kinhult from Florida State and Jennifer Chang from USC.

ANNIKA Award: First Watch List for 2019-20 season

Golfweek

 

It’s never too early to start thinking about postseason awards, especially as the Fall portion of the 2019-20 college golf season comes to a close.

A few teams have staked their claim as the best in the nation, but the race for player of the year is wide open as the winter months approach.

ANNIKA Award: Final Watch List for 2018-19 season

Beth Ann Nichols (Golfweek)

 

As the NCAA Championship nears, the ANNIKA Award Watch List has been narrowed from 15 to 10, as 24 teams prepare to vie for the title May 17-22 in Fayetteville, Ark.

ANNIKA Award Watch List: April 24, 2019

Adam Woodward (Golfweek)

 

The April ANNIKA Award Watch List has been narrowed from 25 to 15, as women’s college golf gears up for NCAA Regional play.

The ANNIKA Award goes to the top player in college women’s golf, as selected by college golfers, coaches and members of the golf media.

ANNIKA Award Watch List: March 8, 2019

Beth Ann Nichols (Golfweek)

 

The spring season is in full swing, which means it’s time for an updated list of who’s in the running for the prestigious ANNIKA Award.

With so much golf left this semester, it’s still a wide open race, especially given how many of the heavy favorites turned pro after earning their LPGA cards over the winter.

ANNIKA Award Watch List: October 12, 2018

Kevin Casey (Golfweek)

The 2018-19 Division I women’s college golf season continues, and the race for the ANNIKA Award keeps pushing forward.

ANNIKA Award Watch List: September 14, 2018

Kevin Casey (Golfweek)

The 2018-19 Division I women’s college golf season is underway, and that means a new year in the race for the ANNIKA Award.

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ANNIKA Award: Preseason watch list for 2021-22 season
Julie Williams

The bad news? School is back in session for student-athletes across the country. The good news? College golf is officially back, as well.