The academic accolades continue to roll in for the University of Redlands student-athletes, as three Bulldogs received recognition from the Women's Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) as All-American Scholars. Among the 1,011 student-athletes to be honored by the organization, senior Caroline Ordian (Palm Desert, CA), and first-years Annie Hay (University Place, WA) and Emily Duncan (Murrieta, CA) garnered the prestigious award for competing in collegiate golf while maintaining a cumulative GPA of 3.50 or higher.
Ordian collects her fourth such award to conclude an amazing career as the most decorated women's golfer in Bulldog history. This outstanding competitor was recently named the 2018 Frank Serrao Senior Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year by Redlands. She graduated with a degree in Business Administration in April and now continues sharing her love for the sport through The First Tee of the Inland Empire.
Hay and Duncan receive inaugural honors as exemplary students and athletes in their first year with the Maroon and Gray.
Ordian, Hay, and Duncan also became Redlands Scholar-Athletes upon completion of the 2017-18 academic year for meeting the same criteria as the WGCA's All-American Scholar Team.
For a complete list of the WGCA's recipients, please visit the organization's website.