Four Female Golfers Earn All-America Scholar Honors
The NGCA All-America Scholar Team requires a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50 on a 4.0 scale plus minimum golf requirements.
This marks the fourth straight honor for Windlan, and the third time in the last four years there have been four Ball State golfers recognized. Three members of the team were honored in 2010-11.
Duke was third on the Cardinals with a 78.86 average and was named Ball State's Most Valuable Golfer. She tallied six top-20 finishes, including two top-10 placings. Duke owns a 3.411 GPA as an exercise science major.
Hague won the 2012 Mid-American Conference Championships as an individual and was named to the MAC All-Tournament Team and the All-MAC Second Team. She averaged 77.97 and was named Ball State's Freshman of the Year after posting eight top-20 finishes, including three first-place showings. Hague owns a 3.733 GPA as a business major.
Westaway tallied an 80.89 average and managed a career best tie for 14th at the Western Tri-Match last March. Westaway owns a 3.833 GPA as a school health education major.
Windlan managed an 80.68 average and posted two top-20 and one top-10 finish. She received Ball State's 2012 Coaches Award. Windlan graduated with a 3.737 GPA as a criminal justice major.