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All-Nicklaus Team presented by Barbasol Honorees Announced
NORMAN, Okla. – The 24 honorees for the 2019 All-Nicklaus Team presented by Barbasol have been announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA). Players from Divisions I, II, III, NAIA and NJCAA were recognized for their outstanding play during the 2018-19 collegiate season. The All-Nicklaus Team was created in 2008, and is not only named for history’s greatest player but also a long-time supporter of collegiate and amateur golf. Jack Nicklaus, a Big Ten and NCAA Champion at The Ohio State University, helped inspire and create the Jack Nicklaus Award in 1988 and it is now presented to the National Player of the year in NCAA Divisions I, II and III, as well as NAIA and NJCAA. Award recipients have combined for over 200 victories worldwide and claimed 23 major championships. The All-Nicklaus team is comprised of Sam Broadhurst of Lincoln Memorial, Midland College’s Callum Bruce, Leon D’Souza of South Mountain, Georgia Southern’s Steven Fisk, Jorge Garcia of Barry, Hope’s Josh Gibson, Will Gordon of Vanderbilt, Nova Southeastern’s Juan Jose Guerra, Cole Hammer of Texas, Oklahoma State’s Viktor Hovland and Matthew Wolff, Coastal Georgia’s Mark David Johnson and Eli Scott, Huntingdon’s Drew Mathers, Carl Didrik Meen Fosaas of Keiser, Guilford’s James Mishoe, Collin Morikawa of California, Clemson’s Bryson Nimmer, Caleb O’Toole of Central Alabama, Florida State’s John Pak, Justin Suh of Southern California, Mississippi Gulf Coast’s Brice Wilkinson, and Arizona State’s Chun An Yu. About Barbasol:
Barbasol is America’s #1 brand of shaving cream. For the past 100 years, generations of men have trusted Barbasol for a close, comfortable shave. Barbasol is now proud to offer a comprehensive assortment of premium razors. Barbasol Shaving Cream and Razors are available at retailers nationwide. Barbasol is owned by Dublin, Ohio-based Perio Inc. For more information on Barbasol, visit www.Barbasol.com. 2019 All-Nicklaus Team presented by Barbasol Sam Broadhurst, Lincoln Memorial
Callum Bruce, Midland College
Leon D’Souza, South Mountain
Steven Fisk, Georgia Southern
Jorge Garcia, Barry
Josh Gibson, Hope
Will Gordon, Vanderbilt
Juan Jose Guerra, Nova Southeastern
Cole Hammer, Texas
Viktor Hovland, Oklahoma State
Zach James, Southeastern Oklahoma State
Mark David Johnson, Coastal Georgia
Drew Mathers, Huntingdon
Carl Didrik Meen Fosaas, Keiser
James Mishoe, Guilford
Collin Morikawa, California
Bryson Nimmer, Clemson
Caleb O’Toole, Central Alabama
John Pak, Florida State
Eli Scott, Coastal Georgia
Justin Suh, Southern California
Brice Wilkinson, Mississippi Gulf Coast
Matthew Wolff, Oklahoma State
Chun An Yu, Arizona State  
Dave Williams National Coach of the Year Award presented by Golf Pride Grips Announced
NORMAN, Okla. – The GCAA in conjunction with Golf Pride Grips today announced the six outstanding collegiate golf coaches receiving the Dave Williams National Coach of the Year Award presented by Golf Pride Grips. Golf Pride Grips will present the coaches with their awards during the Hall of Fame Banquet at the GCAA National Convention on December 9. Conrad Ray of Stanford (Division I), Lynn’s Andy Walker (Division II), Jim Ott of Illinois Wesleyan (Division III), Texas Wesleyan’s Bobby Cornett (NAIA), Walt Williams of Midland College (NJCAA Division I), and Aaron Puetz of South Mountain (NJCAA Division II) earned coach of the year honors for 2019. Golf Pride Grips Region and District Coaches of the Year were also named. Ray helped lead Stanford to a six-win 2018-19 season, including taking home the 2019 NCAA Division I National Championship. The Cardinal only finished outside of the top ten one time this campaign. Along with the NCAA Championship, Stanford took home the 2019 Pac-12 Championship and posted a 12-shot victory on the Stanford Regional. Walker claimed the NCAA Division II National Championship in his first season at Lynn. The national title was one of five victories for the Fighting Knights this season. Lynn was also runner-up three times and did not place outside the top six in 12 events. Lynn was ranked second in the final regular season Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll. Ott led Illinois Wesleyan to eight wins in 11 tournaments during the 2018-19 campaign. The latest victory coming in the NCAA Division III National Championships, where the Titans took home a three-shot victory. Illinois Wesleyan also added a victory at the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin championships, where five Titans finished in the top six of the individual standings. Illinois Wesleyan’s did not finish outside of the top 10 all season long. Cornett helped lead the Rams to their first National Championship since 1999 after taking the NAIA title by 11 strokes. Cornett was also named Sooner Athletic Conference Coach of the Year after leading Texas Wesleyan to its first SAC championship. The Rams did not finish outside of the top six in any of their events over the season. Williams’s Midland College was victories in nine of its 13 tournaments this season. The Chaps finished third in the NJCAA Division I National Championships, while Midland Sophomore Callum Bruce won the individual title and was named a repeat Jack Nicklaus Award recipient. Midland closed out the regular as the top-ranked NJCAA Division I team for seven-straight rankings in the Bushnell Golfweek Coaches Poll. Puetz led South Mountain to the NJCAA Division II National Championship, making it their 12th event over the season where they either won outright or tied for the team crown. The one tournament the Cougars did not win outright contained a field primarily of four-year institutions. Along with the team national championship, South Mountain Sophomore Leon D’Souza captured the individual medalist honors, winning by two strokes. About Golf Pride Grips:
For 70 years, Golf Pride has been the global leader in golf grip innovation and technology, from the invention of the slip-on grip to groundbreaking advancements in cord with our new Brushed Cotton Technology (BCT®) to the introduction of the ALIGN Technology. Today, Golf Pride® has laid claim to more major wins than any other grip company. More than 80% of Tour professionals choose to play our grips and not one is paid to do so. And in this age of multi-million dollar endorsement deals, that’s the strongest endorsement of all. So, whether you’re a Tour pro playing a major, a rising amateur, or an everyday golfer, you can rest assured knowing you’re playing the #1 Grip in Golf, visit www.golfpride.com or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/GolfPride. Dave Williams National Coach of the Year Award Presented by Golf Pride Grips Division I - Conrad Ray, Stanford
Division II - Andy Walker, Lynn
Division III - Jim Ott, Illinois Wesleyan
NAIA - Bobby Cornett, Texas Wesleyan
NJCAA Division I - Walt Williams, Midland
NJCAA Division II - Aaron Puetz, South Mountain Golf Pride Grips Region and District Coaches of the Year Division I
Northeast - Colin Sheehan, Yale
East - Jerry Haas, Wake Forest
Southeast - Scott Schroeder, North Florida
Midwest - Mike Small, Illinois
Central - Jason Enloe, SMU
West - Conrad Ray, Stanford Division II
East - Matt Arvanitis, Southern New Hampshire
Atlantic - Will Johnson, Charleston (WV)
Southeast - Travis Muncy, Lincoln Memorial
South - Andy Walker, Lynn
Midwest - Gary Bissell, Grand Valley State
Central - Derek Schaub, Lindenwood
South Central - David Lynn, Oklahoma Christian
West - Val Verhunce, Sonoma State Division III
Northeast - Matthew Greason, Trinity (CT)
Mid-Atlantic - Dan Rodgers, Carnegie Mellon
South - Dave Schreyer, Huntingdon
Great Lakes - Michael Leotta, Wittenberg
Central - Jim Ott, Illinois Wesleyan
West - Greg Sigler, Southwestern (TX) NAIA
North - Cameron Andry, Taylor
South - Mike Cook, Coastal Georgia
Central - Bobby Cornett, Texas Wesleyan
West - Clayton Sikorski, Ottawa (AZ) NJCAA Division I
District I - Zach Smith, Eastern Wyoming
District II - Walt Williams, Midland College
District III - Chris Young, Hutchinson
District IV - Dave Jennings, Central Alabama NJCAA Division II
East - Tommy Snell, Mississippi Gulf Coast
Central - Corbin Sebens, Parkland
West - Aaron Puetz, South Mountain
Jack Nicklaus Award presented by Barbasol Recipients Announced
DUBLIN, Ohio – Matthew Wolff of Oklahoma State, Barry’s Jorge Garcia, Josh Gibson of Hope, Coastal Georgia’s Mark David Johnson, and Midland College’s Callum Bruce have been named the 2019 recipients of the Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year Award presented by Barbasol. The Nicklaus Award recognizes the top players at the Division I, II, III, NAIA and NJCAA levels. In addition to receiving the Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year Award, the five recipients will compete in the Barbasol Shootout for an exemption into the PGA TOUR’s Barbasol Championship, held July 18-21, at the Champions at Keene Trace in Lexington, Ky. The Barbasol Shootout will be held Saturday, June 1 at The Ohio State University Golf Club’s Scarlet Course in Columbus, Ohio - the same club where Jack Nicklaus played collegiate golf for the Buckeyes. Mr. Nicklaus will recognize the Nicklaus Award recipients the following day at 10 am during the final round of the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide at Muirfield Village Golf Club. “We are honored to sponsor the Jack Nicklaus Award and to offer the Barbasol Shootout winner an exemption into the Barbasol Championship,” said Tom Murray, CEO of Perio Inc., the parent company of Barbasol. “To earn the exemption, regardless of Division, offers a unique and life-changing opportunity to play in a PGA TOUR event.” Wolff, the Division I Nicklaus Award recipient, will also receive an exemption to the following year’s Memorial Tournament. Division I: A six-time winner during his sophomore season, Wolff has registered a scoring average of 68.69 in 34 rounds played. The Agura Hills, California, native was most recently crowned NCAA Division I Individual National Champion after his five-shot victory at The Blessings Golf Course in Fayetteville, Arkansas. A PING First-Team All America selection, Wolff also has nine top-10 finishes in his 12 starts over the 2018-19 season. Division II: Garcia produced four victories during his senior campaign in 2018-19. The Sunshine State Conference Golfer of the year, and PING First Team All-America honoree placed inside the top-10 in all 12 events he participated. Garcia registered a scoring average of 69.76 over his 33 rounds played. Division III: Gibson becomes the first Division III repeat recipient of the Nicklaus Award, and the 7th two-time honoree in the award’s history. The Grandville, Michigan, native has posted six victories this season, and has did not place outside the top-10 in his 15 starts in 2018-19. NAIA: The Sun Conference Player of the Year, Johnson had four victories in his 11 starts over 2018-19, including winning the 2019 NAIA Individual National Championship. The St. Simmons Island, Georgia, native was also named a PING First Team All-America selection and has only finished outside of the top-10 twice. NJCAA: Bruce claimed the Nicklaus Award for the second straight year and is only the second NJCAA repeat recipient. A sophomore from Banff, Scotland, he has posted five victories this season, including the NJCAA Division I Championship. Bruce has four additional top-five showings and only placed outside the top 10 once in 13 events. He was previously named PING First-Team All-America. Nicklaus, a Big Ten and NCAA Champion at The Ohio State University, helped inspire and create the Jack Nicklaus Award in 1988 and it is now presented to the National Player of the year in NCAA Divisions I, II and III, as well as NAIA and NJCAA. Winners of the Nicklaus Award include Tiger Woods (1996), Phil Mickelson (1990-92), David Duval (1993), Justin Leonard (1994), Stewart Cink (1995), Justin Thomas (2012), and Jon Rahm (2016) among many others. About Barbasol:
Barbasol is America’s #1 brand of shaving cream. For the past 100 years, generations of men have trusted Barbasol for a close, comfortable shave. Barbasol is now proud to offer a comprehensive assortment of premium razors. Barbasol Shaving Cream and Razors are available at retailers nationwide. Barbasol is owned by Dublin, Ohio-based Perio Inc. For more information on Barbasol, visit www.Barbasol.com.
Division I Jack Nicklaus Award presented by Barbasol Finalists Announced
NORMAN, Okla. – Five finalists have been named for the 2019 Division I Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year Award presented by Barbasol. Victor Hovland and Matthew Wolff of Oklahoma State, Collin Morikawa of California, Clemson’s’ Bryson Nimmer, and Justin Suh of Southern California are finalists for the award. The winner will be announced May 30. The Award presentation will be held at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio, and presented by award namesake Jack Nicklaus during the final round of the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide. In addition to receiving the Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year Award, the five recipients will compete in the Barbasol Shootout for an exemption into the PGA TOUR’s Barbasol Championship, held July 18-21, at the Champions at Keene Trace in Lexington, Ky. The Barbasol Shootout will be held Saturday, June 1 at The Ohio State University Golf Club’s Scarlet Course in Columbus, Ohio - the same club where Jack Nicklaus played collegiate golf for the Buckeyes. Hovland has three victories during the 2019 season and has registered a scoring average of 68.59 in 22 rounds played. In those 22 rounds, 16 have been in the 60’s. Hovland also has six top-ten finishes and finished solo second at the Big 12 Championship. The junior from Oslo, Norway was recently named the Ben Hogan Award winner. The PAC-12 player of the year, Morikawa owns a scoring average of 68.65 over 34 rounds played. A native of La Canada Flintridge, California, Morikawa posted top five finishes in nine of his ten starts in 2019, including two victories, most recently winning the PAC-12 championship. A Bluffton, S.C., native, Nimmer was most recently named ACC Player of the Year. In his 33 rounds this season, Nimmer has a scoring average of 69.06, with 22 of those rounds in the 60’s. Nimmer has ten top-ten finishes in his eleven starts of 2019 while also picking up two victories. An All PAC-12 selection, Suh owns a scoring average of 69.12 over his 31 rounds played. The Senior from San Jose, California, Has six overall top-five finishes, eight top-10 results as well as 10 top-15 finishes in 2019. A five-time winner his sophomore season, Wolff has registered a scoring average of 68.58 in his 31 rounds. In addition to his five victories the Agura Hills, California, native has placed top-ten in eight of his eleven starts. Nicklaus, a Big Ten and NCAA Champion at The Ohio State University, helped inspire and create the Jack Nicklaus Award in 1988 and it is now presented to the National Player of the year in NCAA Divisions I, II and III, as well as NAIA and NJCAA. About Barbasol:
Barbasol is America’s #1 brand of shaving cream. For the past 100 years, generations of men have trusted Barbasol for a close, comfortable shave. Barbasol is now proud to offer a comprehensive assortment of premium razors. Barbasol Shaving Cream and Razors are available at retailers nationwide. Barbasol is owned by Dublin, Ohio-based Perio Inc. For more information on Barbasol, visit www.Barbasol.com.
Oklahoma State's Hovland Named 2019 Ben Hogan Award Winner
FORT WORTH, Texas (May 20, 2019) – Oklahoma State junior Viktor Hovland was named the winner of the 2019 Ben Hogan Award presented by Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. (Konica Minolta) Monday night at a black-tie dinner at Colonial Country Club. The Hogan Trophy Award Foundation, Friends of Golf (FOG) and Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) made the joint presentation. Hovland is the fourth winner from Oklahoma State since the award moved to Colonial, joining Hunter Mahan (2003), Rickie Fowler (2008) and Peter Uihlein (2011). In addition, Hovland is the second European recipient ever, joining Spaniard Jon Rahm (2015, 2016). Hovland is currently ranked first in three major ranking systems–World Amateur Golf Ranking, Scratch Players World Amateur Ranking and Golfweek/Sagarin Ranking. In addition, he is listed second in the Golfstat College Ranking. Last month, he claimed the Silver Cup as the low amateur at the 2019 Masters Tournament after tying for 32nd place. The native of Oslo, Norway, won the 2018 U.S. Amateur Championship title, tying the record for the fewest holes played in a U.S. Amateur since 1979 in the process. He was the runner up at last year’s European Amateur, reached the round of 16 at the Amateur Championship and tied for eighth at the World Amateur Team Championship. He also represented Europe at the 2018 Arnold Palmer Cup. Including the Masters, Hovland gained entrance into four PGA TOUR events in 2018-19. Hovland tied for 40th at the PGA TOUR’s 2019 Arnold Palmer Invitational, and also earned starts at the Mayakoba Golf Classic and Farmers Insurance Open. During college play, the junior recorded three victories, collecting titles at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate, East Lake Cup and The Prestige. In addition, he has placed among the top 12 in all eight tournaments, including runner-up showings at the Big 12 Championships and the NCAA Louisville Regional. For the season, Hovland boasted a stroke average of 68.59 with 15 of his 22 rounds in the 60s. He shared 11th place at the 2018 NCAA Championship. The Ben Hogan Award is given annually to the top men’s college golfer taking into account all collegiate and amateur competitions over the past 12 months. The selection committee is made up of 30 leaders and experts in amateur, college and professional golf. In addition, all past Hogan Award winners are eligible to vote in the final round. In order to determine the winner, each ballot cast ranked the group of three finalists, which included Hovland, California senior Collin Morikawa and Oklahoma State sophomore Matthew Wolff. The Ben Hogan Trophy was first issued by FOG in 1990 at Bel-Air Country Club in Los Angeles and also included academic achievement in its original list of standards. In 2002, the Ben Hogan Award moved to Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas, Hogan’s hometown and the site of five of his PGA TOUR victories. At that time, it revised its criteria to its current standard of honoring the outstanding amateur and collegiate golfer. In 2005, the tradition of inviting the three finalists began. In addition to Mahan, Fowler and Uihlein, the Cowboys also had a pair of winners at Bel-Air in Kevin Wentworth (1990) and Trip Kuehne (1995). Both the four winners at Colonial and six overall winners are the most by any school in the country. Hovland is the second straight Big 12 Conference recipient, following Texas’ Doug Ghim. Ghim presented Hovland with the bronze Hogan trophy, while Eddie Merrins of FOG awarded the Hogan crystal. In addition, Hovland also received the first invitation into the PGA TOUR’s 2020 Charles Schwab Challenge from tournament chairman Rob Hood. Since 2002, the Hogan Trophy Award Foundation has awarded more than $800,000 in scholarships to over two dozen schools. This year, nearly $70,000 in grants will be distributed, with $30,000 going to the winner’s university, $15,000 to the two finalists’ schools. Contributions also will be made to the GCAA and the charity of choice of Jon Rahm, this year’s featured guest. Winners of the Ben Hogan Award include three golfers currently ranked in the top 15 in the Official World Golf Rankings (OWGR)—No. 10 Fowler (2008), No. 11 Rahm (2015, 2016) and No. 14 Patrick Cantlay (2012). Other recipients include: Ricky Barnes (2003), Matt Every (2006), Ghim (2018), Bill Haas (2004), Chris Kirk (2007), Mahan (2003), Maverick McNealy (2017), Ryan Moore (2005), Patrick Rodgers (2014), Kyle Stanley (2009), Nick Taylor (2010), D.J. Trahan (2002), Uihlein (2011) and Chris Williams (2013). Ben Hogan Award winners have collected 37 PGA TOUR victories, have played on eight Ryder Cup teams and 10 Presidents Cup teams and have amassed more than $225 million in winnings. Past winners in attendance on Monday included Fowler, Ghim, Rahm and Chris Williams. –TheBenHoganAward.org– About Konica Minolta Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. is reshaping and revolutionizing the Workplace of the Future™ with its expansive smart office product portfolio from IT Services (All Covered), ECM, Managed Print Services and industrial and commercial print solutions. Konica Minolta has been recognized as the #1 Brand for Customer Loyalty in the MFP Office Copier Market by Brand Keys for 12 consecutive years, and is proud to be ranked on the Forbes 2017 America’s Best Employers list. The World Technology Awards recently named the company a finalist in the IT Software category. Konica Minolta, Inc. has been named to the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index for six consecutive years. It partners with its clients to give shape to ideas and work to bring value to our society. 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Kirakossian Recipient of Jan Strickland Award presented by TaylorMade Golf Company
NORMAN, Okla. – Arizona State’s Armen Kirakossian has been selected recipient of the 2019 Jan Strickland Outstanding Assistant Coach Award presented by TaylorMade Golf Company as selected by the GCAA. The Strickland Award is presented to the NCAA Division I, II, III, NAIA or NJCAA assistant coach that, among other things, has excelled in working with their student-athletes both on the course and in the classroom. Kirakossian is in his second season at Arizona State after serving two years as assistant at Pepperdine. This season the Sun Devils have posted four team victories - all in the spring - in addition to five runner-up finishes. Arizona State posted three team wins in Kirakossian’s first campaign. While at Pepperdine he helped the Waves to their best finish at the NCAA Championships and best end-of-season ranking since 2004. Prior to his stint at Pepperdine Kirakossian was the head coach at his alma mater, Texas Pan American. “What a humbling honor it is to be named the Jan Strickland Award recipient,” said Kirakossian. “I can’t thank the players enough for the amazing relationships and the effort they give everyday and Arizona State University for giving me the opportunity to do what I love at a place with such a high commitment to excellence. Big thank you to both head coaches Matt Thurmond and Michael Beard for their friendship and mentorship. They have both shaped me into the coach I am today and I am forever grateful of that. To my wife for being my greatest supporter, always standing by my side. I would also like to extend a huge thank you to the GCAA, TaylorMade, and the Strickland Award Committee for their hard work and time during the selection process. It is such a privilege to coach college golf and I wake up every day with a passion to build the program and help our student-athletes achieve their dreams.” TaylorMade Golf Company has sponsored the Strickland Award since its inception in 2003.
Lumsden of Northwestern Recipient of Byron Nelson Award presented by Srixon/Cleveland Golf
NORMAN, Okla. – Ryan Lumsden of Northwestern has been named recipient of the 2019 Byron Nelson Award presented by Srixon/Cleveland Golf, in cooperation with the Four Seasons Resort and Club Las Colinas, the Salesmanship Club of Dallas and the Golf Coaches Association of America. Candidates for the Nelson Award must be a graduating senior and the selection committee considers equally a nominee’s entire collegiate academic and golf career as well as his character and integrity while in college. Particular consideration will be given to a nominee’s good citizenship, as portrayed by Mr. Byron Nelson over the course of his life and golf career. A native of London, England, Lumsden holds the third-best career stroke average in program history. A two-time All-Big Ten and PING Midwest All-Region selection, he has two career victories, both at the Marquette Intercollegiate during his sophomore and senior seasons. Lumsden also carded eight career top-five finishes. His 71.88 stroke average his sophomore season was the eighth best in Northwestern golf history. A Srixon/Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar and two-time Academic All-Big Ten member, Lumsden is majoring in economics. Off the golf course, Lumsden volunteered as part of the Student Athlete Advisory Council Canned Food Drive for four years, where Northwestern’s varsity teams collect over 15,000 food items for local charity. He has volunteered at Orrington Elementary School weekly helping coach sports and PE classes, NU Field Day, and through his fraternity helped raise over $53,000 for Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago. Lumsden and the Northwestern golf team also volunteered at a local golf course in Evanston, Ill., helping with course restoration. “I am not bold enough to believe I will ever match Mr. Nelson’s achievements on, or off, the course,” said Lumsden. “Indeed, in combining the two, I am not sure anyone ever has. But to be viewed as an individual worthy of the award that carries his names is the greatest honor I could think of as I finish my college career.”
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Rank   Name - Men   School       Rank   Name - Men   School    
1.    Peter Kuest    BYU       1.    Chun An Yu    Arizona State    
2.    Alex Smalley    Duke       2.    Matthias Schmid    Louisville     
3.    Will Gordon    Vanderbilt       3.    Peng Pichaikool    Mississippi   State     
4.    Will Grimmer    Ohio State       4.    Sandy Scott    Texas Tech    
5.    Cole Hammer    Texas       5.    Ivan Ramirez    Texas Tech     
6.    Brandon Wu    Stanford       6.    Kengo Aoshima    Wake Forest     
     Name - Women    School            Name - Women    School     
1.    Mariel Galdiano    UCLA       1.    Frida Kinhult    Florida State     
2.    Dylan Kim    Arkansas       2.    Patty   Tavatanakit    UCLA    
3.    Jennifer Chang    Southern California       3.    Hira Naveed    Pepperdine    
4.    Malia Nam    Southern California       4.    Julie McCarthy    Auburn    
5.    Haylee Harford    Furman       5.    Albane   Valenzuela    Stanford    
6.    Kaitlyn Papp    Texas       6.    Jiwon Jeon    Alabama    
 
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