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Brinker Earns Honorable Mention WGCA All-America

Brinker Earns Honorable Mention WGCA All-America

DURHAM – The Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) released its All-America teams on Friday with Duke women’s golf junior Phoebe Brinker earning honorable mention accolades.  

It marks the second time in her three-year career with the Blue Devils she has earned honorable mention All-America honors as she also earned the distinction as a freshman in 2020-21.  

A product of Wilmington, Del., Brinker is coming off a season where she carded a team-best 72.81 stroke average along with six top-10 finishes.  She collected a team-best 18 rounds of even or under par and seven rounds in the 60s.  Brinker registered 105 birdies on the season becoming the first Blue Devil since 2017-18 to reach the 100-birdie mark.

At the Ruth’s Chris Tar Heel Invitational, Brinker posted rounds of 67, 70 and 72 for a 7-under-par, 209, to finish in a tie for first, before falling in a playoff.  She also registered a runner-up placement at the ACC Championship with a 12-under-par, 204, with rounds of 71, 69 and 74.  Brinker collected four straight top-10 finishes in the spring heading into the NCAA Championship.  

Over the last two ACC Championships, Brinker has been outstanding posting a 22-under-par ledger with a victory and runner-up placement.  She also owns nine career eagles, which ranks tied for first on Duke’s all-time record charts.  

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WGCA 1st Team All-Americans

Jenny Bae, University of Georgia

Zoe Campos, UCLA

Karisa Chul Ak Sorn, Iowa State University

Hannah Darling, University of South Carolina

Charlotte Heath, Florida State University

Madd Hinson-Tolchard, Oklahoma State University

Rachel Kuehn, Wake Forest University

Andrea Lignell, University of Mississippi

Ingrid Lindblad, Louisiana State University

Julie Lopez Ramirez, Mississippi State University

Megan Schofill, Auburn University

Lauren Walsh, Wake Forest University

Crystal Wang, University of Illinois

Lottie Woad, Florida State University

Rose Zhang, Stanford University

WGCA 2nd  Team All-Americans

Kajsa Arwefjall, San Jose State University

Rosie Belsham, Baylor University

Carla Bernat, Tulane University

Sadie Englemann, Stanford University

Laney Frye, University of…


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