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Brinker Tabbed All-American to Cap Stellar Career

Brinker Tabbed All-American to Cap Stellar Career

CARLSBAD, Calif. – With her top-10 finish at the NCAA Championship this past week, Duke women’s golf senior Phoebe Brinker earned All-America accolades to cap her collegiate career.

A native of Wilmington, Del., Brinker registered rounds of 69, 73, 74 and 72 over the four days at the Omni La Costa Resort & Spa North Course in Carlsbad, Calif., to finish in a tie for 10th.  She became just the 10th Blue Devil to notch multiple top-10 finishes at the NCAA Championship over their career.  It marked her third top-10 placement of the season and team-best sixth top-20 ledger.  Brinker collected a 72.68 stroke average on the season and posted a victory in the opener at the ANNIKA Intercollegiate. 
Brinker had received Honorable Mention All-America honors as a freshman and junior.  She concluded her career with an impressive resume with two victories, including the 2022 ACC Championship.  Brinker posted a 72.98 career stroke average to rank ninth on Duke’s all-time record charts.  She also leaves Durham ranking first in eagles (10), tied for fifth in birdies (351), tied for seventh in rounds in the 60s (15) and tied for seventh with 52 rounds of even or under par. 

Over her four seasons with the Blue Devils, Brinker totaled 14 top-10 finishes and 20 top-20 placements. 


With Brinker earning All-America honors, Duke head coach Dan Brooks has featured at least one first, second, third team or honorable mention All-America selection with the Blue Devils every season since 1991-92.  Duke is the only school nationally to accomplish this feat. 


Brinker graduated from Duke on May 12 and received a degree in English along with a certificate in sustainability engagement. 


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