Sinard Receives Honorable Mention NGCA All-America Honors
CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. — Carson-Newman senior Sarah Jane Sinard (White Pine, Tenn.) has been named a honorable mention National Golf Coaches Association Women's All-America recipient, NGCA officials announced in May.
Sinard, who helped lead the Lady Eagles to the program's first-ever NCAA Division II South Regional Tournament appearance this season, is the first C-N women's golfer to earn All-America honors.
Sinard was named South Atlantic Conference Women's Golf Player of the Year after a stellar senior campaign. She opened the season with wins in the Lady Falcon/McNairy Invitational and the Elite Linen Service Inc. Invitational and compiled seven top-five finishes on the year. Her scoring average of 76.8 ranked second in the conference.
The NGCA All-American teams are selected by the NGCA Awards Committee. The NGCA is a non-profit organization representing women's collegiate golf coaches.
II All‐American Teams
Sandra Changkija, Nova Southeastern University
Joanna Coe, Rollins College
Carla Cooper, Tarleton State University
Maria Garcia Austt, Nova Southeastern University
Emily Gibson, University of Montevallo
Raelyn Smith, Angelo State University
Marianne Anderson, Florida Southern College
Taylor Collins, Nova Southeastern University
Cicilia Chudivan, California State University Monterey Bay
Silvie Dittertova , Florida Southern College
Sarah Hoffman, Grand Valley State University
Lyndsay McBride, University of Indianapolis
Melanie Audette, Florida Southern College
Spencer Heller, Sonoma State University
Abbey Gittings, Nova Southeastern University
Emily Kvidera, Augustana College
Maria Luz Besio, Newberry College
Jill Preeshl, Upper Iowa University
Anna Riss, St. Leo University
Fabia Rothenfluh, Rollins College
Sarah Jane Sinard, Carson‐Newman College
Ashley Smith, Grand Valley State University
Allie Tyler, Grand Valley State University
Nicole Whitmore, Nova Southeastern University