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Peronnin adjusts to golf in U.S.

Junior Emie Peronnin swings her club at the Minikahda Club at the Minnesota Invitational on Tuesday, September 15.

Jack White

September 21, 2015

One of the better performances from the Gophers last week came from an athlete all the way from France. Junior Emie Peronnin, from Fréjus, France, shot a 233 in total, highlighted by a 70 in the final round.    “I was very happy with her last round,” head coach Michele...

Women’s golf team finishes fourth, Men’s team finishes 14th

Gophers second year Celia Kuenster tees off at the Minikahda Club during the Minnesota Invitational on Tuesday, September 15.

Jack White

September 16, 2015

The University of Minnesota women’s golf team tied for fourth place  at the Minnesota Invitational on Tuesday. They fared better than the men’s team over the last few days, tying with Kent State in team competition. In addition, sophomore Celia Kuenster was the individual champion of the to...

Minnesota takes 13th in California

Minnesota takes 13th in California

Brad Bobel

April 15, 2015

With the Big Ten Championships on the horizon, Minnesota tried to build up momentum Tuesday as the team ends its regular season and heads into the postseason.   But competition at the Silverado Showdown in Napa, Calif., proved to be too much as the Gophers finished in 13th, shooting 67-ove...

Laorr takes leadership role in senior year

Anna Laorr swings at the Minikahda Club on Sept. 16, 2014, at the second annual Minnesota Invitational.

Brad Bobel

April 13, 2015

With one tournament left before the Big Ten championships, senior Anna Laorr’s four-year collegiate career is coming to a close.   She has been a staple on the travel team all four seasons, and recently, she has been leading the team on and off the course.   “She’s been very consistent and has been hitting a lot ...

Gophers finish 11th in midweek tournament

Anna Laorr swings at the Minikahda Club on Sept. 16, 2014, at the Minnesota Invitational.

Brad Bobel

April 1, 2015

Sarinee Thitiratanakorn turned in her best performance of the season in the Web.com Intercollegiate this week. But because she competed individually, her score didn’t count toward the team’s, and the Gophers tied for 11th.  If Thitiratanakorn’s score would’ve been in Minnesot...

Minnesota finishes fifth in Miami Hurricane Invite

Anna Laorr swings at the Minikahda Club on Sept. 16, 2014, at the second annual Minnesota Invitational.

Brad Bobel

March 5, 2015

Minnesota moved up the leaderboard each of the three days in the Miami Hurricane Invitational. The Gophers started off in the middle of the pack but moved their way into the top five by Wednesday, shooting a team total 26-over par as fellow Big Ten opponent Northwestern took the crown, posting a 7-over ...

Gophers focus on putting

Freshman Celia Kuenster swings at the Minikahda Club on Sept. 16, 2014, at the Minnesota Invitational.

Brad Bobel

March 2, 2015

After their lackluster performance in the UCF Challenge, the Gophers used their three-week break to regroup and focus on the upcoming Miami Hurricane Invitational. Despite the tie for eighth place in Orlando earlier this month, freshman Sabrine Garrison said the tournament helped shine a light on what t...

Big Ten indoors on tap

Grant Donald

February 26, 2015

When redshirt junior Liz Berkholtz crossed the finish line of last year’s Big Ten indoor championships after running 5,000 meters, she found herself in fifth place and behind two senior teammates. With her teammates set to graduate months later, she figured a top-three finish at this year&rsqu...

Minnesota ties for eighth at UCF Challenge

Brad Bobel

February 11, 2015

While the cold winter blasted Minneapolis with freezing rain and snow on Tuesday, the Gophers were in Orlando, Fla., to tee it up in the UCF Challenge. Minnesota finished the tournament tied for eighth with Texas, shooting a team 16-over par overall (291-291-298—880), after posting a 10-over p...

Gophers back to business

Brad Bobel

February 5, 2015

The Gophers used a couple of months off between the fall and spring seasons to improve their physical game as well as their mental state. When the spring season kicks off Sunday at the UCF Challenge in Orlando, Fla., they’ll get a chance to see just how far they’ve come. “I took almost two-...