Sara Doell was named head golf coach in May 2017. She spent the previous six years at head coach at Seton Hall University where her teams won three Big East Championships. Prior to Seton Hall, Doell served four and one-half years as assistant women's golf coach at Penn State University where she graduated in 2000. Doell was 1998 New York State Amateur Champion, and she worked as an assistant golf professional after graduation until taking the coaching position at her alma mater PSU.
University of San Francisco concluded its abbreviated spring 2020 season with a seventh-place tie in the Julie Inkster Meadow Club Invitational at Meadow Club in Fairfax, Calif. The Dons broke 300 in two of three rounds but missed the top five by two shots. Oregon State fired a closing 4-under 284 to win by six strokes over runner-up Washington State, Washington took third, California claimed fourth and host San Jose State was fifth in the 13-team tournament. The course played to 6,157 yards, par 72 and yielded average 18-hole score of 75.9 strokes.
Pearl Rojanapeansatith (71-71-77=219) tied for eighth to pace the Dons. Annika Borrelli (70-77-75=222) finished 17th.
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University of San Francisco posted the low score of the second round and finished third overall in the 2019 West Coast Conference Championship.
San Francisco placed third in the 2017 and 2018 West Coast Conference Championship, fifth in 2016, second in 2015, fifth in 2013 and 2014, second in 2012, and third in 2011. The Dons claimed 21st at the 2010 NCAA Division I West Regional, and second at the WCC tournament.
San Francisco finished 14th and missed qualifying for nationals at the 2009 NCAA Division I West Regional. The Dons were second at the 2009 West Coast Conference Championship.