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Navarro, Szeryk Named Women’s Golf Coaches Association All-Americans

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla.- Texas A&M women’s golfers Marijosse Navarro and Maddie Szeryk were named Second Team All-Americans by the Women’s Golf Coaches Association on Friday. This marks the first time Texas A&M has produced two All-Americans in the same season.

Navarro, a sophomore from Mexico City, earned her second WGCA All-American selection after earning second-team honors a year ago. Navarro set a Texas A&M single-season record and ranked fourth in the nation with a 71.80 scoring average. Navarro finished the NCAA Championships tied for 21st in the tournament.

Szeryk, a freshman from Allen, earned her first WGCA All-American honors, after setting a Texas A&M freshman record, and ranking sixth in the country with a 71.86 stroke average. Szeryk ranked second in the nation with 127 birdies and led the nation with five eagles.

With Navarro and Szeryk’s All-American honors this season, Texas A&M has now produced 13 All-Americans, including eight in the past 10 seasons.

The Aggies won the 2015 SEC Championship and finished 18th at the 2015 NCAA Championships.

WGCA 1st Team All-Americans:

Celine Boutier, Duke
Justine Dreher, South Carolina
Dana Finkelstein, UNLV
Lauren Kim, Stanford
Bronte Law, UCLA
Gaby Lopez, Arkansas
Leona Maguire, Duke
Caroline Nistrup, LSU
Madeline Sagstrom, LSU
Emma Talley, Alabama
Monica Vaughn, Arizona State

WGCA 2nd Team All-Americans:

Haley Davis, Baylor
Dylan Kim, Baylor
Kyung Kim, Southern Cal
Esther Lee, Colorado
Meghan MacLaren, FIU
Ally McDonald, Mississippi State
Marijosse Navarro, Texas A&M
Annie Park, Southern Cal
Sierra Sims, Wake Forest
Maddie Szeryk, Texas A&M
Gabriella Then, Southern Cal
Lindsey Weaver, Arizona

WGCA Honorable Mention All-Americans: 

Marissa Chow, Pepperdine
Lauren Diaz-Yi, Virginia
Allison Emrey, Wake Forest
Noemi Jimenez, Arizona State
Eimi Koga, Washington
Erynne Lee, UCLA
Paige Lee, UC Davis
A.J. Newell, Tennessee
Anna Newell, Tennessee
Chieh Jessica Peng, Mississippi State
Krystal Quihuis, Arizona
Mariah Stackhouse, Stanford
Bertine Strauss, Texas
Suchaya Tangkamolprasert, Northwestern
Charlotte Thomas, Washington
Taylor Totland, Furman
Jennifer Yang, Washington

Story courtesy of Texas A&M Athletics

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Posted by on May 29 2015. Filed under Sports.
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