SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Chiara Tamburlini earned her first level of the week for Ole Miss on Wednesday in the ultimate of the NCAA Women’s Golf Championship in opposition to Oklahoma State.
It opened the floodgates to a national championship, the first women’s title in school history.
Tamburlini’s 6 and 5 win was the most important margin of victory in the women’s ultimate.
A couple of minutes later, fifth-year senior Kennedy Swann earned the Rebels their second level with a 2 and 1 win over Maja Stark. Swann’s win pushed her profession match-play mark to 10-2.
Then it was Ole Miss sophomore Andrea Lignell, who performed 40 holes over the quarterfinals and semifinals on Tuesday, draining a five-footer on the seventeenth gap to clinch the win.
Oklahoma State, which knocked out defending national champion Duke with a 5-0 displaying in the semifinals on Tuesday, was additionally making an attempt to win the first women’s title in school history.