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Fri Mar 23
at Centre Spring Invitational
in Wesley Chapel, Fla. (Saddlebrook Resort)
Sat Mar 24
at Centre Spring Invitational 3rd Place
in Wesley Chapel, Fla. (Saddlebrook Resort)
Sun Apr 08
at Sewanee Spring Invitational 7th Place
in Dickson, Tenn. (Greystone Golf Club)
Mon Apr 09
at Sewanee Spring Invitational 7th Place
in Dickson, Tenn. (Greystone Golf Club)
Sat Apr 14
11 a.m.
at Wooster Spring Invitational 1st Place
in Jeromesville, Ohio (Mohican Hills Golf Club)
Sun Apr 15
Round 2 Cancelled
at Wooster Spring Invitational 1st Place
in Jeromesville, Ohio (Mohican Hills Golf Club)
Fri Apr 27
9:15 a.m.
at NCAC Championship T-3rd Place
in Mansfield, Ohio (Westbrook Country Club)
Sat Apr 28
1 p.m.
at NCAC Championship 3rd Place
in Mansfield, Ohio (Westbrook Country Club)
Sun Apr 29
9:30 a.m.
at NCAC Championship 3rd Place
in Mansfield, Ohio (Westbrook Country Club)
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Four garner WGCA Scholar All-American honors

(L-R) Tina Berardi, Anne Miller, Sophie Kollin and Nicole Wetoska
(L-R) Tina Berardi, Anne Miller, Sophie Kollin and Nicole Wetoska

Denison University golfers Tina Berardi, Anne Miller, Sophie Kollin and Nicole Wetoska were named to the WGCA Scholar All-American team as announced by the Women's Golf Coaches Association on Wednesday. A minimum 3.50 cumulative GPA is required for inclusion on the Scholar All-American team.

A senior from Highland Park, Illinois, Berardi earned second-team All-NCAC honors after finishing 12th overall in the NCAC Championship Series. She was third on the team with an 84.1 average, highlighted by a career-low round of 76 on the opening day of the Yellow Jacket Invitational (Oct. 1). Berardi went on to win that tournament, helping her garner NCAC Golfer of the Week laurels.

A senior from Delaware, Ohio, Miller garnered first-team All-NCAC following a fifth-place finish in the NCAC Championship Series. She fired a team-best 82.2 average, while also collecting medalist honors twice. Miller's opening round 70 at the Laura Bump Invitational (April 8) broke the 18-hole school record.

A junior from Farmington Hills, Michigan, Kollin was second on the team with an 83.6 average over the course of 16 rounds. She fired a season-low 77 in the final round of the Lynn Schweizer Invitational (Sept. 4) and was the only Big Red golfer to finish in the top 20 in every event this season.

A freshman from Glenview, Illinois, Wetoska played in 14 rounds in her rookie season. She posted a team-best six top-10 finishes, highlighted by a third-place performance at the Yellow Jacket Invitational (Oct. 1-2). Wetoska shot a career-low 79 twice this season.