The Augusta Chronicle's Chris Gay covered the Augusta State golf team throughout the 2010-11 season. This special section commemorates the school's second consecutive title.

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Relive Augusta State's first national title with our 2010 championship special section.

How the ASU golfers fared

Find out how each Augusta State golfer fared during the tournament.

NCAA golf tournament recap

Tuesday: Patrick Reed shoots 69 as Augusta State opens stroke play in ninth place at Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Okla.
By Chris Gay

Live chat: ASU's Carter Newman

Augusta State golfer Carter Newman participated in a live chat on June 10.

Gallery: National Champions

See more than 40 photos from Augusta State's title run.

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ASU Golf coverage on Twitter

Golf fans looking for the latest updates from the course found them through Chris Gay's Twitter account, @AUG_ChrisGay.
By Chris Gay

Daily Tournament Coverage

Read previous stories and reaction from staff writer Chris Gay.

Day 6: Finals

Day 5: Semifinals

Day 4: Quarterfinals

Day 3: Match Play

Day 2: Match Play

Day 1: Match Play

Jaguars close out careers in nationals

On a warm September afternoon, Augusta State's golfers stepped foot on the South Lawn of the White House. "It was just a dream year," Jaguar golfer Carter Newman said.
By Chris Gay

Jaguars leaving indelible mark

A second NCAA championship would only add to Augusta State's growing legacy. The Jaguars will make another run at a title with one of the strongest squads in school history.
By Chris Gay

Jaguars have experience at Karsten Creek

Augusta State enters the NCAA Championship with one big advantage: course knowledge. The eighth-ranked Jaguars played the difficult Stillwater course in September.
By Chris Gay

Jaguars to play for title

Augusta State finished second in the NCAA Division I Southeast Regional on Saturday, and now advances to the NCAA Championship at Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Okla.
By Chris Gay

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