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Fourteen Women's Golfers Earn NGCA All-American Scholar Honors

Fourteen Women's Golfers Earn NGCA All-American Scholar Honors

Complete NGCA 2011-12 All-American Scholar Teams (PDF)

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. -- The National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) released the 2011-12 All-American Scholar recipents on July 6 and the Division I team includes 14 Ivy League women's golfers. Brown (five), Columbia (three), Harvard (4) and Yale (2) all had players earn the honor.

The criteria for selection to the All-American Scholar team are some of the most stringent in all college athletics. The minimum cumulative grade-point average is 3.50.

A total of 585 student-athletes from Division I, II and III were named to the 2011-12 NGCA All-America Scholar teams.

Brown (Name, Major)
Carly Arison, Commerce and Organizations
Heather Arison, Commerce and Organizations
Michelle Chen, Undeclared
Stephanie Hsieh, Economics
Megan Tuohy, Neuroscience

Columbia (Name, Major)
Lisa Combs, Biology
Jane Dong, Financial Economics
Ashley Zambito, Economics

Harvard (Name, Major)
Bonnie Hu, Economics
Jane Lee, English
Tiffany Lim, Undeclared
Brenna Nelsen, Undeclared

Yale (Name, Major)
Lillian Boetcher, American Studies
Caroline Rouse, Undeclared