Former state champion Sarah Bae (Athens Drive 2013) was the Big South Conference Freshman of the Year after posting a team-best stroke average of 74.57 at High Point. Bae had nine top-10 finishes and was her team’s top player. She finished tied for 13th in the Big South Championship.
Another former state champ, Katherine Perry (Athens Drive 2010) was named to the ACC All-Academic team for the third straight year. She was the No. 2 player for North Carolina this past season, averaging 75.03 strokes per 18 holes and playing in all 10 events. She tied for fifth at the ACC championships and carded four top-25 finishes. She was also 15th in the NCAA regional.
Mary-Katelyn Holonek (Cary Christian 2012) played in one event for the Big South champion Campbell Camels this season, coming off a season where she redshirted. In the three rounds she played in, she averaged a 78, with her lowest score being a 75.
At UNC-Greensboro, Maddi MacClurg (Green Hope 2013) played in one event for the Spartans during her freshman season, where she finished in 74th place at the Central District Invitational.
Andy Knox (Apex 2010) wrapped up his college career at North Carolina by competing in two events. He averaged 77 strokes per 18 holes.
At Campbell, Grant Houser (Holly Springs 2011) competed in 11 events and was one of his team’s top players. In those 11 events, he had a stroke average of 77.2 and had his best finish at Samford, where he finished tied for 15th place.
Alex Ehlert (Athens Drive 2011) was named to the Southern Conference All-Academic Team while competing for UNC-Greensboro. Ehlert played 23rd at the Tarheel Intercollegiate, 30th at the Bridgeston Golf Collegiate and 18th at the Pinehurt Intercollegiate.
Teammate Will Thomas (Green Hope 2012) was also named to the Southern Conference Academic Honor Roll. He finished 46th at the VCU shootout and turned in his lost score of 222 at the AutoTrader.com Collegiate Classic.
Jake Stone (Holly Springs 2012) competed at King College (Tenn.) and played in three events. His highest finish was at the King University Invitational, where he finished tied for 46th place.