UWGB Women’s Golf Team Receives Team & Individual Academic Honors

Posted on 7-29-2021

The University of Wisconsin – Green Bay Women’s Golf program added another feather in its cap, earning a top spot on the Women’s Golf Coaches Association’s (WGCA) academic top 25 list, turning in the nation’s fourth-highest grade-point-average with a 3.951.

New Mexico (3.993), Stanford (3.990) and Arkansas State (3.973) made up the top 3, with the Phoenix checking in right behind – a season after finishing runner-up in all of Division I Women’s Golf.

It’s the second honor in the past few weeks for UWGB, as the program placed six student-athletes on the 2020-21 WGCA All-American Scholar team as well. Seniors Katie Warpinski, Lori Meyer, and Leah Hansen, and juniors Courtney Matschke, Ashley Kulka, and Isabelle Maleki, all earned the recognition. This marks the third-straight year that Kulka, Hansen, Matschke, Meyer, and Maleki earned spots on the academic team.

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