Frazier Receives WGCA All-America Scholar Honors

Frazier Receives WGCA All-America Scholar Honors

Frazier Receives WGCA All-America Scholar Honors

A total of 952 women's collegiate golfers from across NCAA Division I, II and III were recognized with the prestigious honor.

Kentucky women's golfer Josephine Chang was named to the 2016-17 Women's Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholar Team on Wednesday.

For the second straight year, four SIU women golfers were named to the All-Scholar Team.

"I am exceptionally proud of Millie and Sasikarn for earning this great honor", said Texas State women's golf head coach Lisa Strom.

Kerr, a junior from Apple Valley, Minn., recorded a GPA of 3.83 in biology.

Saroha, an global relations major, concluded her career this past spring with a 77.21 scoring average, ranking 10th on the Texas State all-time career list. Chang posted four top-30 finishes in 2016-17, including 16th place at the Clover Cup in Mesa, Arizona.

Tennessee Tech's Allyson Dunn, Tusculum's Taylor White and Lee University's Haverly Harrold met the selection criteria that is among the most stringent in all of college athletics including a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50. She moved into the Knights' starting line-up for the spring season, with her best finish coming at the Royal Match where she fired rounds of 81 and 79, the latter her career low. Also, Hannabeth started her career with a tremendous year academically. She ranked fifth on the team with an 86.6 stroke average.

Statesboro native Sarratt has been named WGCA All-American Scholar all three seasons she was a member of the Wolves' golf team, and is a three-time member of the GSC Honor Roll and has been named to the GSC All-Academic Team for the past two seasons.

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