Mackenzie Earns All-America Accolades for Second Time
May 25, 2005
Seattle - Washington junior golfer Paige Mackenzie has been named an honorable mention All-American by the National Golf Coaches Association. It marks the second time during her career she has been honored by the organization. She was a second-team All-American as a sophomore.
Mackenzie placed 10th at this year's NCAA Championships, the best finish ever by a Husky. She led the team first in stroke average at 73.69 for 36 rounds which breaks the UW single-season scoring record. She set the old mark last year with a stroke average of 74.1.
Mackenzie compiled six top-10 finishes this season to rank third on UW's single-season list and she moved up to third on the all-time chart with 17 in her career. Mackenzie played 36 rounds this season, which matches the Washington single-season mark that she also shares with teammates Kim Shin and Sung Ea Lee.
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