Four University of Mary Hardin-Baylor women’s golfers have been named All-American Scholars by the Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA). Emily Ming, Cassidy Rawls, Olivia Robinson and Annie Hasselbach all earned spots on the academic honor squad.
Ming is a senior management major from Lynden (WA) High School. She posted a stroke average of 83.68 and recorded three top ten finishes on the season. Ming finished third individually at the Division III West Region Invitational.
Rawls is a junior sport management major from Snyder High School. She was a Second Team All-Conference selection after tying for seventh place at the American Southwest Conference Championship Tournament. Rawls posted a stroke average of 82.68 and had five top ten finishes on the season.
Robinson is a sophomore mass communications major from Deer Park High School. She was an Honorable Mention All-Conference selection. Robinson recorded a stroke average of 81.31 despite missing several tournaments after suffering an injury over the Christmas break. Robinson had one top ten finish on the year.
Hasselbach is a freshman elementary education major from Rockdale High School. She posted an 88.73 stroke average and played her way into the Cru’s top five in the spring semester.
The four players helped lead the Cru women to the ASC title this spring. The UMHB women also advanced to the NCAA Division III National Championships.
This is the second All-American Scholar honor for Robinson. Ming, Rawls and Hasselbach are first time honorees. A total of 1,011 student-athletes were honored by the WGCA across all divisions of play. The minimum cumulative GPA required for nomination is a 3.50.