Wildcats Land 4 on WGCA All-American Scholar List
CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – The University of Arizona women's golf program landed four student-athletes on the WGCA All-American Scholar List for 2019-2020, it was announced Monday.
In order to be eligible to be a WGCA All-American Scholar, student-athletes must have a grade point average of 3.50 or higher. A total of 1,401 collegiate golfers were recognized nationally.
The Wildcats were represented by sophomore Ya Chun Chang and freshmen Gile Bite Starkute, Therese Warner and Vivian Hou.
Starkute, a pre-business major in the Eller College of Management, put together a 4.0 GPA at the time of this selection. Warner, who has yet to select a major within the Colleges Letters Arts Science program, has a 3.769 GPA. Chang, who is majoring in East Asian Studies in the College of Humanities, has a 3.707 GPA, while Hou has a 3.50 GPA. She is undecided on a major within the College of Sociology and Behavioral Science.
Hou has already been named the WGCA Freshman of the Year, along with being named a First-Team All-American by the WGCA. She was also a finalist for the ANNIKA Award, given to the top women's collegiate player in the country.
The Wildcats had their spring season cut short, but won their final tournament when they defended their home tournament, the Wildcat Invitational at Sewailo Golf Club.