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The Women's Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholars for the 2021-22 season were announced on Tuesday, July 5.
Delaware women's golfers Lexi Dart, Oihana Etxezarreta, Lilia Henkel,
Alisa Khokhlova and Anna Kittelson have been named Women's Golf Coaches
Association (WGCA) All-American Scholars for the 2021-22 season, the
organization announced Tuesday, July 5.
who earned the award for the third consecutive year, competed in all 11
tournaments for the Blue Hens and ranked fourth on the team with a
76.52 average round. She finished fifth at the Colonial Athletic
Association Championship to earn a spot on the CAA All-Tournament Team,
and was named to the National College Athlete Honor Society. Dart is a
junior from Churston, Devon, England, and she is majoring in landscape
who earned the honor for the second year in a row, was named second
team All-CAA after leading Delaware with a 75.13 average round. She won
the Kingsmill Intercollegiate individual title, and tied for second
place at the Nittany Lion Invitational with a seven under par 209. Her
opening round 65 at the PSU tournament tied for the lowest round in UD
history. Etxezarreta is a sophomore from San Sebastian, Spain, and is
majoring in animal science.
competed in eight tournaments as a freshman, ranking fifth on the Blue
Hens with a 77.04 average round. Named the CAA Women's Golfer of the
Week on Feb. 23, she tied for fifth place at the Reynolds Lake Oconee
Invitational and tied for seventh at the Nittany Lion Invitational.
Henkel is a first-year student from Grand Rapids, Michigan, and is
majoring in engineering.
participated in all but one invitational during the year, while her
75.52 stroke average was second lowest on the team. She was the Blue
Hens' top finisher in three events, and posted seventh place finishes at
the Kingsmill Intercollegiate and Rivertowne Invitational. Khokhlova is
a first-year student from Moscow and in the University Studies program.
competed in eight tournaments for UD, averaging 77.18 shots per round.
She finished eighth at the Kingsmill Intercollegiate, was named to the
National College Athlete Honor Society and earned the team's 302 Award.
Kittelson is a senior from Boise, Idaho, and is majoring in history.
Golfers must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50 to earn the prestigious award.
To learn more about UD Athletics, visit bluehens.com.
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