Coach Val Verhunce (since 2007) is also head coach for the Sonoma State men's team. Verhunce played his college golf at Texas Wesleyan University and the University of South Florida. He has Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Marketing. Verhunce is owner and director of instruction for the game improvement center at Adobe Creek Country Club.
2017-18 was the first year that women's golf was a conference sponsored sport for California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA).
Sonoma State University improved its team score each round (317-306-300) and placed eighth in the 12-team 2019 NCAA D-II West Regional at Amarillo Country Club in Amarillo, Tex. Dallas Baptist closed with 290-293 to win by four strokes over runner-up West Texas A&M and eight over third-place California State-San Marcos. Oklahoma Chistian was a shot back in fourth and grabbed the last spot to advance to the D-II Championship. Academy of Art U was fifth, missing out by four strokes. The 66-player field recorded a 77.7-stroke scoring average on the 6,436-yard, par-71 course. Conditions were windy, and a second-round lightning delay stopped play until the next day.
Megan Daleo (79-75-68=222) in 11th and Cristina Picariello (75-79-74=228) in 21st were the low scorers for the Seawolves.
Sonoma State posted consistent team scores 307-309-304 and finished third at the 2019 California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Championship at Morgan Run Club and Resort in Delmar, Calif. Cal State-San Marcos fired an even-par closing 284 to increase the winning margin to 21 strokes over runner-up Cal State-Monterey Bay, Sonoma State was well back in third, Chico State placed fourth and Cal State-East Bay fifth. The scoring average was 78.0 on the par-71, 5,902-yard course in sunny, breezy conditions.
Megan Deleo (74-75-74=223) and Jasmine Monas (76-75-76=227) carded top-10 totals for the Seawolves.
Sonoma State placed 12th in the 12-team 2018 NCAA D-II West Regional. The Seawolves took second in the first-ever (2018) CCAA women's Championship.
Sonoma State tied for 10th at the 12-team 2017 NCAA D-II West Regional.
Sonoma State finished sixth, six shots out of third in the 12-team 2016 NCAA D-II West Regional.
Sonoma State finished 12th at the 2015 NCAA D-II Championship.
The Seawolves placed third in the nine-team 2015 NCAA D-II West Regional to advance to the D-II Championship.
Sonoma State placed fifth at the nine-team 2013 NCAA D-II West Regional at Tiara Rado Golf Club in Grand Junction, CO.
The Seawolves finished ninth at the 2011 and 2012 NCAA D-II West Regionals.
Sonoma State finished fifth nationally in 2010 at their first-ever trip to the NCAA D-II Championship. It was SSU's third year of competition since adding women's golf.