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Fri Mar 23
at Centre Spring Invitational
in Wesley Chapel, Fla. (Saddlebrook Resort)
Sat Mar 24
at Centre Spring Invitational 3rd Place
in Wesley Chapel, Fla. (Saddlebrook Resort)
Sun Apr 08
at Sewanee Spring Invitational 7th Place
in Dickson, Tenn. (Greystone Golf Club)
Mon Apr 09
at Sewanee Spring Invitational 7th Place
in Dickson, Tenn. (Greystone Golf Club)
Sat Apr 14
11 a.m.
at Wooster Spring Invitational 1st Place
in Jeromesville, Ohio (Mohican Hills Golf Club)
Sun Apr 15
Round 2 Cancelled
at Wooster Spring Invitational 1st Place
in Jeromesville, Ohio (Mohican Hills Golf Club)
Fri Apr 27
9:15 a.m.
at NCAC Championship T-3rd Place
in Mansfield, Ohio (Westbrook Country Club)
Sat Apr 28
1 p.m.
at NCAC Championship 3rd Place
in Mansfield, Ohio (Westbrook Country Club)
Sun Apr 29
9:30 a.m.
at NCAC Championship 3rd Place
in Mansfield, Ohio (Westbrook Country Club)
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Three named to WGCA All-American Scholar Team

(L-R) Megan Wong, Nicole Wetoska and Sophie Kollin
(L-R) Megan Wong, Nicole Wetoska and Sophie Kollin

GRANVILLE, Ohio--  Denison University placed three student-athletes on the 2018 Women's Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholar team. Denison's three recipients were Sophie Kollin, Nicole Wetoska and Megan Wong.

Kollin completed her career on the links with her third all-conference award of her career after averaging 84.0 strokes per round as a senior.  She tied her career-best with a 75 in April at the Sewanee Invitational and posted eight, top-20 finishes this season.

Wetoska, a sophomore, played in seven events and posted a pair of top-20 finishes.  She carded a season-low round of 86 in September at the Dan Quayle Collegiate Classic hosted by DePauw University.

In her first season at Denison, Wong finished third on the team in scoring average at 84.8. Her 73 on April 9 at Sewanee was the best round by a Denison golfer this season.

Under first-year head coach Jason Badecki, the Denison women's golf team placed third in the North Coast Athletic Conference while winning the Carnegie Mellon Fall Shootout and the Wooster Spring Invitational.