For Immediate Release
July 3, 2018
Cameron University Athletics
Kenton Means – Sports Information Director
LAWTON, Okla. — The Women’s Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholars were released on Tuesday, and four Cameron University student-athletes were honored along with 1,011 other women’s golfers across the country.
Sophomores Allison Duffin, Bayleigh Johnson, and Kyndall Morgan and freshman Iona Roska were the four Aggies honored by the WGCA; this was the second straight year that Duffin and Johnson received the honor.
Duffin, a business major from San Antonio, Texas, was also named the Lone Star Conference’s Academic Player of the Year and an All-LSC honorable mention player. The sophomore played in all nine tournaments for CU, recording a stroke average of 77.94 for 18 holes. Duffin shot a season low 70 in the second round of the TexAnn Classic on Sep. 12, 2017, while her tournament low was a 148 at the WNMU Mustang Intercollegiate, Apr. 9-10.
A sport and exercise science major from Lawton, Okla., Johnson played in six events for CU this past season, averaging a score of 80 per 18 holes, recording a season low 150 at the Oklahoma Intercollegiate, Oct. 16-17.
Morgan played in all 18 rounds during her sophomore campaign, shooting a stroke average of 81.50. The sophomore accounting major had two top-20 finishes, and shot a season low 151 at the Mustang Intercollegiate.
In just her first season on the campus of Cameron University, Roska competed in all nine tournaments for the Aggies. An Iverness, Scotland native, CU’s first year player was second on the team with a 79.06 round average, and had a fourth place finish at the OBU Fall Invite, where she carded a two round score of 150.
The criteria for selection to the All-American Scholar Team are some of the most stringent in all of college athletics. The minimum cumulative GPA is 3.50.
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