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Allisen Corpuz Earns CoSIDA First Team Academic All-America Honor

Aug 6, 2021
Allisen Corpuz is USC’s 39th CoSIDA Academic All-American first teamer and the first from the women’s golf team.

Allisen Corpuz, who earned a Master's degree this year as a fifth-year senior while reaching the No. 1 national ranking and helping USC win its second straight Pac-12 title, was named to the 2020-21 Academic All-America® Division I At-Large Team First Team on Friday (Aug. 6) as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

She is USC's 39th CoSIDA Academic All-American first teamer and the first from the Trojan women's golf team. She follows women's track and field's Anna Cockrell and TeeTee Terry who earned the honor in 2020.

Corpuz completed a Masters in Global Supply Chain Management in 2021 while also earning Graduate Certificates in Business Analytics Sustainability and Business. This, after earning her undergraduate degree in business administration.

Corpuz is among 17 women's CoSIDA Academic All-American first team selections chosen from 14 women's sports that make up the At-Large field. She earned her third Pac-12 All-Academic honor this spring and was named to the 2021 CoSIDA Academic All-District 8 Women's At-Large Team ahead of the national award.

On the links, Corpuz posted a pair of wins as part of an incredible start to her senior season, posting six straight top 4 finishes, the best at USC in two decades. A 2021 ANNIKA Award finalist, she led USC in rounds in the 60s (six), rounds of par or better (15) and rounds under par (14), all career best efforts.

Corpuz, who reached No. 1 in the Golfweek rankings in mid-April, finished her career with 16 rounds in the 60s, fourth most in program history. Her 14 rounds under par are USC's most since Annie Park had 19 and Kyung Kim had 18 in 2014. Her career average of 72.90 is 13th best on USC's career list.

Corpuz's wins at the Lamkin San Diego Invitational and The Gold Rush gave her three career 54-hole wins.