Women's Golf

All-America Cardinal

Freshman Angelina Ye and sophomore Aline Krauter were both honored as 2019-20 All-Americans by both Golfweek and the Women's Golf Coaches Association. This marks the ninth straight season that the Cardinal has had at least one All-American, eighth straight season with at least one first-team All-American and the seventh straight season having multiple All-Americans under Margot and Mitch Milias Director of Women's Golf Anne Walker.
Ye, a freshman from China, was named first team by Golfweek and second team by the WGCA. She had a scoring average of 72.27 in 15 rounds. She had 10 rounds at par or better and finished in the Top 20 in four of her five events. She started her career with a bang, finishing runner up at The Molly to begin the year before earning her first career victory in October at the Stanford Intercollegiate.

Krauter, a sophomore from Stuttgart, Germany, was named second team by both Golfweek and the WGCA. She had a scoring average of 71.93 this season in 15 rounds. She finished in the Top 16 in all five events and had nine rounds at par or better. She had three Top-10 finishes, including a season best fifth-place mark at the Stanford Intercollegiate. Krauter was named honorable mention All-America by the WGCA last season.