Nebraska Wesleyan University senior women’s golfer Sarah Hotovy was named to the Second-Team of the 2012 CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-America® College Division Women’s At-Large Team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
Nebraska Wesleyan University had three women named to the CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-District women’s at-large team that was recently announced. Tennis players Molly Andrews and Terah Maloley and golfer Sarah Hotovy were voted to the District 6 All-District team in the college division.
Nebraska Wesleyan shot a 372 on Tuesday (Apr. 10) at the GPAC Qualifier #3 played at Holmes Golf Course in Lincoln and dropped into seventh place overall after three rounds of the GPAC Women's Golf Championships.
Dakota Wesleyan University shot a two-day team total of 657 and had the individual winner in Dani Bellett as the Tigers won the 2012 NWU Women's Golf Spring Invitational that was played Apr. 1-2 in Lincoln. Day 1 was played at Mahoney Golf Course, with the final round held at Holmes G.C.
Nebraska Wesleyan remained in sixth place after the second GPAC Women's Golf Qualifier that was played Oct. 8 at The Ridge Golf Course in Sioux Center, Iowa. The final two qualifiers will be played in the spring to determine the 2011-12 GPAC Championship.
Northwest Missouri State University shot a team score of 324 on day two of the NWU Fall Women's Golf Invite that concluded Monday afternoon (Sept. 19) at Pioneers Golf Course. The Bearcats two day total of 653 was good for the team championship, eight strokes better than William Penn University.
Nebraska Wesleyan shot a team score of 365 to sit in a tie for sixth place after the first Great Plains Athletic Conference qualifier that was played Friday (Sept. 16) at the Ridge golf course in Sioux Center, Iowa.
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