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  1. #121
    Congrats to the ladies and especially Kupcho as she deserved for the team to move forward with the way she put the team on her back and carried them to the Championship.

  2. #122
    Quote Originally Posted by saltydeac View Post
    Congrats to the ladies and especially Kupcho as she deserved for the team to move forward with the way she put the team on her back and carried them to the Championship.
    The John Collins of Women's Golf.

  3. #123
    Crazy lucky to advance out of a playoff after going +7 on the last two holes of regulation! Love it! You just never know with amateur golf.
    Last edited by scooter84; 05-09-2018 at 05:24 PM.

  4. #124
    Good commentary folks. Picked up thread with today's posts and it was exciting reading. Even elicited a fist pump with the post confirming victory in the playoff. Congrats to the ladies for advancing to the NCAA championship.

  5. #125
    Mentioned it earlier, but Kupcho is likely the greatest Wake women's golfer ever.

  6. #126
    Way to go Coach Dailey & the Lady Deacs! Also Jennifer Kupcho for winning medalist.

  7. #127
    Quote Originally Posted by BlackjackMc View Post
    Good commentary folks. Picked up thread with today's posts and it was exciting reading. Even elicited a fist pump with the post confirming victory in the playoff. Congrats to the ladies for advancing to the NCAA championship.
    Identical situation here. Just read through the commentary as-if live, and fist pumped when our top two came in birdie-par on #10. Deacs! Fun!

  8. #128
    Quote Originally Posted by Doggus View Post
    This is pretty great. I didn't see this outcome coming an hour ago.
    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisL68 View Post
    I cant believe we got to -12 and gave back 7 shots on the last two holes to end up in a tie.
    Quote Originally Posted by thatguy2016 View Post
    two people on the beach
    This was a perfect exchange. Kudos, thatguy.

    New boards' meme is officially born.

  9. #129
    Jennifer Kupcho is a junior. Realize that the money is not as big on the LPGA tour, but wonder if she will turn pro after the NCAAs.

    Before Kupcho, Laura (Philo) Diaz was WF's best female player. She has won twice on the LPGA tour, and has represented the US in the Solheim Cup (the Ryder Cup equivalent for the ladies) 4 times.

    Laura Diaz was a great player for WF (ACC Champion in 1996; two-time A-A)), but she didn't put together the ridiculous resume that Kupcho has:

    2 NCAA regional individual titles; 5 other tourney titles as a Deacon; NCAA runner-up as sophomore; 6th in the NCAAs as freshman; 2nd low amateur in the 2017 US Open; WF record 12 consecutive under par rounds; she is WF's GOAT.

  10. #130
    BTW, props to WF's #5 Monica Schumacher.

    She is a WF junior that was not recruited to the Women's Golf team as a scholarship player or even a walk-on (she was a HS basketball player and golfer at Ridge HS in NJ). At the end of Schumacher's sophomore year in April 2017 after playing "club golf" at WF, WF invited her to join the golf team after a series of injuries and unexpected departures essentially left the team without enough players to compete in the end of season tournaments last year. Schumacher continued to play on the team this year, and with one hole standing between WF and advancing the NCAA Championship (clearly the most pressure she has faced as a golfer), Schumacher carded a par on #10, when three Clemson scholarship players bogeyed the same hole. Way to step up! Kudos!
    Last edited by Pilchard; 05-10-2018 at 01:09 PM.

  11. #131
    Nice story, glad for her and us.
    Enjoyed reading the final events here. Going from excellent team round to get good position, to looking at disaster on final 2 holes, to pulling it out. High, low, high emotions in a short span.

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