Three Women's Golfers Named to NGCA All-American Scholar Team
Aug. 1, 2005
Tone, a senior from Gilbert, Ariz., earned selection to the team in each of her four years in Tempe. A first-team Pac-10 All-Academic honoree, she was ASU's top finisher at the NCAA Championships this season, tying for 12th in her final collegiate event.
Tavee, a sophomore from Gilbert, Ariz., also earned second-team Pac-10 All-Academic honors this season. She was second on the team with a 74.27 stroke average and turned in six top 10 finishes in 2004-05.
Stahle, a freshman from Lund, Sweden, earned NGCA academic accolades for the first time in her career. She was named the NGCA Eleanor Dudley Division I Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year. A first-team All-American, Stahle led the nation with a 71.77 stroke average and turned in eight top 10 finishes this year before announcing her decision to pursue a career in professional golf after just one collegiate season.
A total of 205 women's college golfers from NCAA Division I were honored on the 2004-05 NGCA All-American Scholar Team. The criteria for selection included a 3.50 minimum GPA and participation in at least 50 percent of her team's tournaments.