USC's Alyaa Abdulghany, Allisen Corpuz, Amelia Garvey Tabbed All-Pac-12 First Team
USC's All-American senior trio of Alyaa Abdulghany, Allisen Corpuz and Amelia Garvey were all named to the Pac-12 All-Conference first team Sunday (April 25) following USC's five-stroke victory at the 2021 Pac-12 Championships
USC's three selections were most in the league. It is Garvey's second first team honor following her nod in 2019. Corpuz and Abdulghany were both honorable mention in 2018 and 2019. No honors were announced in 2020 due to the Covid-shortened season.
It is the sixth time since 2011 USC has boasted three or more first-team selections.
Garvey led USC in its Pac-12 title run with a collegiate best second-place finish at 5-under 208, while Abdulghany was 12th and Corpuz tied for 15th.
Corpuz leads USC in stroke average (70.95 - under USC's season record), rounds in the 60s (six, a career best), rounds of par or better (15) and rounds under par (14). She reached No. 1 in the Golfweek rankings in mid-April, the latest a USC golfer was ranked No. 1 since Annie Park finished the 2013 season No. 1.
She opened the season with six straight top 4 finishes - including two wins - USC's best start to a season in two decades.
Garvey has four top 10s in six starts, five top 16s and hasn't finished outside the top 22, highlighted her Pac-12 effort as well as by a tie for fourth at the Sun Devil Winter Classic at 2-under, the same total she had in her 10th-place finish at the Arizona Wildcat Invitational.
She is second on the team with a stroke average of 72.50 and is now tied for 10th on USC's career chart of rounds in the 60s with 10.
Abdulghany is third on the team in stroke average, her 72.62 inside the top 30 of USC's all-time seasons. She has four top 10s and six top 13s in seven starts.
She has nine rounds of par or better, including five under par. Her 6-under 210 at The Gold Rush was her most under par as a Trojan and her streak of three straight tournaments of par or better is also her USC best.
All three competed at the 2021 Augusta National Women's Amateur this year, Corpuz making the cut.