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How to Watch, Keep Up With Alabama at the NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championships

Coming off strong regional showing, Crimson Tide seeded ninth out of 24 teams playing for the national title.

The Alabama women's golf team will wrap up its season over the next week at the 2022 NCAA Women’s Golf Championships at the Grayhawk Golf Club Raptor Course in Scottsdale, Ariz..

The Crimson Tide will tee off on the 10th hole on Friday at 2:25 p.m. CT, playing alongside host Arizona State and Virginia. 

The tournament appearance marks the Crimson Tide’s 16th all-time, 15 under head coach Mic Potter. 

During that span, Alabama produced one team national championship (2012) and one individual national championship (2015, Emma Talley). The Crimson Tide had a runner-up showing in both stroke play and match play in 2018.

Here's what you need to to keep up with the Crimson Tide:

What: 2022 NCAA Women’s Golf Championships

When: Friday through Wednesday

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Where: Grayhawk Golf Club Raptor Course (par 72, 6,399 yards) in Scottsdale, Ariz.

Live Stats: Team Leaderboard; Individual Leaders can both be found on Golfstat.com

Weather forecast: Scottsdale is projecting between 93-101 degrees with sunny and clear skies Friday through Wednesday. Conditions could still be a major factor, though, as the drier greens get, the faster they become. 

A general view of the ninth tee box during the NCAA Women's Golf Championship at Grayhawk Golf Club.
A general view of tournament signage during the NCAA Women's Golf Championship at Grayhawk Golf Club.
NCAA Women's Golf Championships trophy
Alabama Women's Golf
Polly Mack
Alabama women's golf coach Mic Potter

Alabama advanced to the NCAA Championships by finishing second at the NCAA Regional in Franklin, Tenn., May 9-11.

The fifth-year senior fired off 20 birdies through 54 holes, with rounds of 65, 73 and 66 to win by four strokes. 

The team shot 6-under-par 282 in the final round, its best round of the tournament, for an 8-under-par 856 tournament total at the Vanderbilt Legends Club North Course (par 72, 6,450 yards)

Host and sixth-seeded Vanderbilt won with a 16-under-par 848. Also advancing from the regional were top-seeded Wake Forest (3-under-par 861) and No. 3 seed Texas A&M (3-over-par 867).

The Crimson Tide has earned 16 all-time NCAA Championship berths and 15 under head coach Mic Potter.