Jackie Ralston was named UMHB Head Coach in July 2013. She came to UMHB after spending the previous five years as the Head Boys and Girls Golf Coach at Temple High School. Ralston is a 1985 graduate of Lamar University. She was a two-year golf letter winner at Lamar and also played two years at Houston Baptist University. She then played on the Women's Futures Professional Tour from 1986-1988. Ralston served as a Student Assistant Coach at Lamar University for two years.
Mary Hardin-Baylor shot rounds of 332-328-327=987 and missed the 54-hole cut (978) to the low 15 teams by nine strokes, finishing 17th at the 2019 NCAA D-III Championship at Bay Oaks Country Club in Houston, Tex. The 25-team field recorded an 84.2 stroke scoring average on the 5,889-yard, par-72 course.
The low scorers for the Cru were Olivia Robinson (87-79-76=242), Cassidy Rawls (81-83-84=248) and Victoria Gleghorn (86-80-84=250), who missed the 54-hole individual cut (239).
The UMHB Cru grabbed the lead with an opening 316 and rolled to a 21-stroke win at the 2019 American Southwest Conference Championship at Squaw Valley Golf Course in Glen Rose, Tex. Concordia (TX) finished second, and UT-Dallas was third. The nine-team field recorded an 86.3 stroke scoring average on the par-72, 5,846-yard course.
UMHB's Olivia Robinson (74-78-72=224) took the medal by six strokes, Victoria Gleghorn (81-82-78=241) tied for fourth and Cassidy Rawls (77-87-79=243) was ninth. The second-round scoring average increased about three strokes due to bad weather
Mary Hardin-Baylor missed the 54-hole cut and finished 17th at the 2018 NCAA D-III Championship.
UMHB tied for first with UT-Tyler and won the playoff at the 2018 American Southwest Conference Championship.
The Cru placed second at the 2017 American Southwest Conference Championship.
Mary Hardin-Baylor finished second behind UT-Tyler at the 2016 American Southwest Conference Championship.
UT-Tyler edged Mary Hardin-Baylor by one stroke for the title at the 2015 American Southwest Conference Championship.
Three-time defending champion Mary Hardin-Baylor's closing charge fell two strokes short at the 2014 American Southwest Conference (ASC) Championship
The Mary Hardin-Baylor Crusaders posted an eight stroke victory over conference rival UT-Tyler at the 2013 NCAA D-III Championship.
Mary Hardin-Baylor rolled to a 26-stroke victory at the 2013 American Southwest Conference Championship. The Crusaders won in 2012 and 2011.
UMHB placed sixth in 2012 and 14th in 2011 at the NCAA D-III Championship.
The Cru finished second at the 2004 NCAA D-III Championship.
The Crusaders were 2000 NAIA National Champions prior to become NCAA Division III members.