CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. - The Coe College women's golf team had three student-athletes selected to the Women's Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) All-American Scholars team. Coe had three of the eight Iowa Conference selections.
Junior Erin Lang (Watertown, Wis./Watertown) earned the honor for the third-straight year, while junior Chloe Crain (Indianola, Iowa/Indianola) was selected for the second-straight year. Junior Bethany Lehman (Plainfield, Iowa/Nashua Plainfield) was picked for the first time.
Lang had the nine best rounds for the Kohawks this year, including a career-low 81 in the first round of the Wartburg Fall Invite. Lang also averaged a career-low 86.25 for the year, while twice finishing in the top 10. Lehman also had a career-low stroke average of 93.23, as she turned in a top-10 finish at the Loras Spring Invite. Just like Lang and Lehman, Crain had a career-low average at 98.54. Crain tied for 12th at the Loras Spring Invite.
There were 828 selections from NCAA Divisions I, II and III. Each student-athlete must have a cumulative GPA of 3.50 and have competed in at least 12 rounds of golf during the season to be eligible for the award.