Jeff Corkill is coach.
Inaugural season for Oregon Tech women's golf was 2013-14.
The Oregon Tech Lady Owls wrapped up the fall 2018-19 season ranked #12 in the NAIA Coaches Poll Top-25. The Owls cruised to easy wins in both fall tournaments.
Oregon Tech competed but didn't make the 36-hole cut in the rain-shortened 2018 NAIA Championship at PGA National Champions Course in West Palm Beach, Fla. SCAD Savannah led from the outset, claiming the national title by 19 strokes over runner-up William Woods. Rounding out the top five teams were Keiser in third, Dalton State in fourth and Taylor University in fifth. In addition to winning the team title, SCAD Savannah also claimed the individual championship, as Maria Paula Otero won the medal by 10 strokes with an even-par 216 (75-73-68).
The tournament was shortened to 54 holes as the final round was cancelled due to wet weather. The course was par 72, measuring 5,847 yards, with an average 18-hole score of 82.5 strokes. The 36-hole cut was 158, with 17 teams advancing.
The Owls' low scorer was Janelle Ferlan, who tied for 43rd (74-81-85=240).
Oregon Tech posted the low score in each round and romped to victory in the 2018 Cascade Collegiate Conference Championship at Springfield Country Club in Springfield, Ore. The Owls repeated as champions, beating runner-up Corban by 33 strokes in the five-school tournament. The course was par 72 and measured 5,414 yards.
Janelle Ferlan (80-79=159) and Stephanie Koza (78-81=159) tied for first to lead the Owls. Koza won the medal in a one-hole playoff.
Oregon Tech finished 15th in the 2017 NAIA Championship, and won the Cascade Collegiate Conference Championship.
Oregon Tech finished second in the 2016 Cascade Collegiate Conference Championship, and third in 2015.