Congratulations To Cal Women's And Men's Golf Team, Both Pac-12 Champions!

It is a Golden Bear sweep as both the Women's and Men's Golf programs won the Pac-12! How exciting! Here is information on the Women's victory:

PULLMAN, Wash. - Senior Joanne Lee's birdie on the 18th hole broke a tie for first place at the Pac-12 Women's Golf Championships, helping to send the California Golden Bears into sole possession of the lead. A par putt by senior Daniela Holmqvistsealed the Bears second conference championship in program history.

The Golden Bears, who are ranked No. 9 in the country in the latest Golfweek rankings, came into the Pac-12 Championships as the No. 5 seed in the 11-team tournament. The Bears' strong second round sent them into Sunday's finale with a three-stroke lead over Colorado.

As for the men's victory, it just happened. No official story yet, but here is the live play by play. Apparently, Cal won on the 2nd playoff hole. How exciting! An Oregon scribe gives us more:

Cal's Brandon Hagy sinks another huge birdie putt, this from 30 feet on second playoff hole, to clinch Bears' victory over Ducks at Pac-12.

CONGRATULATIONS!!! This is great news. Unfortunately, we were not able to watch this, but hopefully with the Pac-12 channel upcoming, we will be able to watch more Cal Pac-12 victory in the coming years. GO BEARS!

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