Prospective Student-Athlete Information - Women's Golf

Prospective Student-Athlete Information - Women's Golf


Women's Golf Questionnaire


We are excited about your interest in the University of North Texas and Mean Green women's golf. Head coach Jeff Mitchell has put the women’s golf program on the map regionally and national in his four seasons. Senior Jacey Chun was named to the all-conference team in 2011-12 for the second straight season, becoming the first golfer to earn back-to-back all-conference honors since 2003 at North Texas.

Prior to the 2010 season, North Texas had only five golfers named to the all-conference team since 2000, but in the past two seasons North Texas has had five.

In 2010-11 the Mean Green turned in the best season in school history in 2010-11. North Texas advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history, captured a school record four tournaments, and had a school record four players earn all-conference honors. Mitchell was also named the Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year.

Along the way the Mean Green shattered virtually every scoring record and earned its first ever national ranking during the season.

Former North Texas golfers are finding success after their collegiate careers are over. Randi Gauthier qualified for the 2006 U.S. Women’s Open, while Nina Reis earned her LPGA Tour card for the 2006 season.

Quick Hits On North Texas
A member of the Sun Belt Conference, North Texas has captured 14 conference championships since 2001. Individually, 58 Mean Green student-athletes were named All-Sun Belt Conference during the 2010-11 school year. This past season, the Mean Green finished in the top three at conference championships in six sports, including three third-place finishes for the Mean Green track & field teams. The volleyball team won a share of the West Division title, while the men's basketball team advanced to the conference championship game for the second straight year.

In 2010-11, both golf teams saw postseason play. The men's and women's golf teams received at-large bids to the NCAA Regional Tournament after posting record-breaking seasons. The men finished in a tie for second at the conference tournament and finished in the top 5 in nine of their 10 regular season tournaments. The women finished fourth in the conference tournament and won four regular-season tournaments.

The men's basketball teams have won at least 20 games for five consecutive years, and the soccer program continued its winning tradition by posting its 16th straight winning season in 2010. The swimming and diving team posted its third straight third-place finish at the conference tournament.

Athletic Success | Academic Achievements 


The Women's Golf Coaching Staff
Please note that, per NCAA rules, coaches can only respond via e-mail to juniors (after September 1) and seniors in high school. Coaches must mail responses to freshmen and sophomores, per NCAA rules. You can call any North Texas coach, but they cannot return your phone call unless you are a senior in high school.

The Mean Green golf teams worked out at a new indoor practice facility in 2006. Located on Bonnie Brae Avenue across from the  athletic center, the Mean Green Softball and Golf Facility houses indoor putting and driving areas.  This facility allows athletes from the softball and golf programs to hone their skills in the comfort of a climate controlled indoor practice range.  For golf, the facility houses two net enclosed driving ranges and a putting green with full length wall mounted mirrors to help coaches and athletes monitor swinging motion.

The North Texas golf teams practice on some of the finest golf courses in the area, including Oakmont Country Club, Tour 18, Lantana Golf Course, Robson Ranch, Trophy Club, Golf Club at Champions Circle and Bridlewood Country Club.

Mean Green Compliance
What every prospective student-athlete should know about the recruiting process.

Academic Athletic Services
In the Fall of 2005, the academic and compliance staff relocated to the Mean Green Village. Located on Bonnie Brae, the new Student-Athlete Development Center is three times the size of the former academic center. The Center serves as the cornerstone of the Mean Green Village and is only a short walk from the surrounding sports facilities.

Admissions Process and Deadlines
Link to the University of North Texas undergraduate web site containing admissions requirements and deadlines.










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