WGCA ALL-AMERICAN SCHOLARS
St. Louis, Mo., July 10, 2019 – The Washington University in St. Louis women's golf team had three student-athletes named to the 2018-19 Women's Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) All-American Scholar Team, as announced by the organization.
A total of 1,097 women's collegiate golfers were recognized. The criteria for selection to the All-American Scholar Team requires a cumulative grade point average of 3.50 as well as competing in 12 or more rounds of golf throughout the season.
SABRINA HO – 18 rounds played – 83.94 scoring average – 3.63 GPA
Ho finished up her collegiate career with a 3.63 GPA while majoring in computer engineering. She posted an 83.94 scoring average while playing in 18 rounds. Ho also earned the honor in 2018.
EMILY CARNES – 20 rounds played – 82.15 scoring average – 3.93 GPA
Carnes exited her junior year with a 3.93 GPA in biochemistry. She played in 12 tournaments while posting an 82.15 scoring average in 20 rounds. Carnes earned the honor in 2018 and 2017.
JULIA DAI – 22 rounds played – 78.55 scoring average – 3.79 GPA
Dai concluded her freshman campaign with a 3.79 GPA while double majoring in neuroscience and computer science. She posted a 78.55 scoring average in 22 rounds of golf played.