The NDSU women's golf team had five student-athletes named All-American Scholars by the Women's Golf Coaches Association for the 2019-20 season, the organization announced June 29.
Senior Camryn Roadley earned the honor for the fourth time, while fellow senior Sierra Bennion picked up the award for the second year. Juniors Taylor McCorkle and Alexis Thomas were both honored for the third straight season, while junior Lexi Geolat earned the honor for the first time.
The five Bison were among 1,401 women's collegiate golfers that earned the award across all divisions. Student-athletes must have at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA to earn the award.
A computer science major, Roadley finished her career ranked ninth in school history with a 79.27 career stroke average.
Bennion, a psychology major, finished her career with a 78.26 stroke average, the sixth-best in school history.
A human development and family science major, Thomas ranked third on the team with a 76.67 stroke average over 15 rounds, the 14th best in school history.
McCorkle, a marketing major, led the Bison in stroke average at 76.2 over 15 rounds, the eighth best stroke average in school history.
Geolat, a biological sciences major, had a 76.40 stroke average in 15 rounds, the 11th best average in school history.
The 2019-20 season marked the 11th straight year that NDSU had at least two student-athletes named to the team.
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