Women’s Golf Ranks 21st Nationally in Team GPA
MUNCIE, Ind. -- The Ball State women’s golf team was recognized Wednesday by the Women’s Golf Coaches Association for having one of the top 25 team GPAs in the country.
The Cardinals checked in at No. 21 in the national rankings, which include schools from across all divisions. Ball State’s team GPA for the 2012-13 academic year was 3.612.
This year marks the third time Ball State has cracked the top 25. The Cardinals ranked 22nd in 2005-06 and 21st in 2009-10.
Earlier this month, Ball State had five golfers honored as All-America Scholars by the WGCA: Autumn Duke, Zoe Camus, Sarah Westaway, Jenna Hague and Karley Dobis. The five selections tied for the most among NCAA Division I programs.
In addition to Ball State’s classroom achievements in 2012-13, the Cardinals also succeeded on the course, matching the program record with four tournament victories.
Lee University claimed its third straight WGCA All-Scholar Team GPA Award on Wednesday, posting a team GPA of 3.955 to lead the country.