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Women’s golf begins NCAA regional play at Stanford

Purdue pitcher Khal Stephen (14) became the 5th pitcher of record in the Indiana Hoosiers at Purdue Boilermakers baseball game, Sunday Apr. 10, 2022 in West Lafayette.

WEST LAFAYETTE – Looking back, looking ahead at the latest Purdue sports news and results: 


Women’s golf: The Boilermakers begin their quest to reach the NCAA Championships at the Stanford Regional. The 12-team field will play 54 holes of stroke play at the Stanford Golf Club through Wednesday with the top four teams advancing to Scottsdale, Arizona on May 20-25. Stanford is the region’s No. 1 seed, followed by Southern California, Louisiana State, Texas Tech, Kentucky, Iowa State, Northwestern, Purdue, UNLV,  Cal Poly, Princeton and Sacred Heart. Last week, junior Kan Bunnabodee was named first-team All-Big Ten and senior Inez Wanamarta earned second-team honors. The Boilermakers have reached the regional for the seventh straight time and for the 24th time in the last 25 tournaments. Purdue is seeking its first NCAA Championship appearance since 2019. 

REAL-TIME RESULTS: Stanford Regional


Softball: The Boilermakers wrapped up the No. 11 seed in this week’s Big Ten tournament after beating Iowa 4-3 in eight innings in Iowa City. Freshman Tyrina Jones drove in all four runs with a three-run homer in the first and an RBI double in the top of the eighth. Rachel Becker also had two hits for the Boilermakers (24-30, 7-15), who take on No. 6 seed Ohio State in Wednesday’s conference tournament at Michigan State. 

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