Women's Golf |
July 6, 2012
CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. - The National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) announced Friday that Cincinnati Women's Golfers Olivia Dose (Goteborg, Sweden/Goteborg Hogre Samskola) and Maria Roos (Uppsala, Sweden/Mississippi State) are 2011-2012 All-American Scholar Recipients.
Dose, a sophomore studying business, competed in every round for the Bearcats and finished third on the team with 78.4 stroke average. Her highest finish came at the UD Invitational, where she finished tied for 5th. Dose posted a 3.72 grade point average during the 2011-12 academic year.
Roos, a junior communication major, shot 26 rounds for the Bearcats in her debut season. She finished the year with a 77.5 stroke average. At the University of Dayton Invitational, she finished 2nd place and carded her lowest round of the year with a 71. Roos sported a 3.58 GPA in 2011-12.
A total of 585 women's Division I, II & III women's golfers received recognition. Award winners must be of high moral character and in good standing at the college making the nomination. Athletes must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50.
Founded in 1983, the National Golf Coaches Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating, promoting and recognizing women's collegiate coaches. On June 1, Cincinnati Director of Golf Janet Carl was elected the President of the NGCA.