The Arkansas Razorback women's golf team represents the University of Arkansas in the sport of golf. The Razorbacks compete in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Southeastern Conference (SEC). They play their home events on the Blessings Golf Course near the Fayetteville, Arkansas campus. They are coached by Shauna Estes-Taylor.
Arkansas Razorbacks women's golf Wikipedia
The Razorback women's golf team began in 1996–97 when Director of Women's Athletics Bev Lewis, added the program for the then-separate Women's Athletics Department. Since that time, Arkansas has made 12 NCAA Regional appearances and six NCAA Championship appearances. The Razorbacks' most famous alum is LPGA Tour member Stacy Lewis.
Four Razorback women's golfers have earned 10 Duramed Futures Tour National Golf Coaches Association All-America honors. They include Stacy Lewis (2005 1st team, 2006 Hon. Mention, 2007 1st team, 2008 1st team), Amanda McCurdy (2006 Hon. Mention), Kelli Shean (2010 2nd team, 2011 Hon. Mention), and Emily Tubert (2011 1st team, 2012 1st team, 2013 Hon. Mention).
Eight Arkansas Razorback women's golf team members have been honored by the Southeastern Conference:
Emma Lavy2011 SEC All-Freshman Team
Stacy Lewis2005 First-Team
2005 Freshman of the Year
2005 All-Freshman Team
2008 SEC Golfer of the Year
2008 Golf Scholar-Athlete of the Year
2008 H. Boyd McWhorter Scholar-Athlete
Gabriela Lopez2013 Second-Team
2013 SEC All-Freshman Team
Amanda McCurdy2004 Second-Team
Lucy Nunn2009 Second-Team
Regina Plasencia2013 SEC All-Freshman Team
Kelli Shean2008 All Freshman Team
Emily Tubert2011 First-Team
2011 SEC Co-Freshman of the Year
2011 SEC All-Freshman Team
Shauna Estes-Taylor became the head coach in 2007. Other Razorback head coaches include Sue Ertl (1994–96); Ulrika (Fisher) Belline (1996–2002); and Kelley Hester (2002–07).