Green Bay Women’s Golf Wins Raise Your Sights Award

Posted on 6-15-2023

The Horizon League has named the Green Bay Women’s Golf Team winner of the Raise Your Sights Award, an honor given annually to the top academic male and female team in the Horizon League.

“I want to congratulate the IUPUI men’s tennis team and the Green Bay women’s golf team, as well as all of our top teams, for their incredible academic achievements this year,” Horizon League Commissioner Julie Roe Lach said. “It is extraordinary to see all these student-athletes excel academically. This is a remarkable accomplishment, and we are proud to recognize these student-athletes for their excellence in the classroom, in addition to athletics.”

The award is based on combined grade point average (GPA) from the current academic year. Green Bay women’s golf led the League with a 3.85 GPA for the academic year, while IUPUI men’s tennis was the top men’s team in the League with a 3.809 GPA.

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