Golfer Annie Davis Named to Pac-10 All-Academic First Team

June 18, 2003

WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - Senior Annie Davis has been named to the Pac-10 All-Academic First Team for women's golf, the conference announced Wednesday. It marks the sixth straight year that a Duck women's golfer has made the league's all-academic first team.

Davis, who graduated last week, accumulated a 3.60 grade point average majoring in architecture. After walking on to the team prior to the 2002 spring season, the former distance runner cut more than six strokes off her average from the spring of '02 through her senior season, going from an 87.8 to an 81.3. She saw action in five of 10 tournaments in 2002-03 with a career-best tie for 36th at the Oregon Duck Invitational (82-83-75-240). Davis had a career-low 75 in the final round of that tournament.

It's actually the second career Pac-10 award for the Portland, Ore., native. She earned all-academic honorable mention honors in 2001 as a member of UO's track team.

Redshirt sophomore Jaime Seefried earned her second straight all-academic honorable mention award. The Spokane, Wash., native who is currently playing in the Oregon Amateur, appeared in five events this season with an 83.5 stroke average.

Oregon is the only Pac-10 school to have a golfer named to the first team for six years running. Prior to Davis, other Ducks making the first team were Kathy Cho (2002), Dawn Berry (2001), Anika Hauser (2000, 1998) and Karen Bristow (1999).

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