Three Warrior Golfers Earn All-American Scholar Award

NORTH ANDOVER, MA  - Three of Merrimack College's women's golfers have been named to the National Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholar Teams for Division I, II, and III. A trio of Warrior freshman, Bethany Arnold (Wrentham, Mass.), Lloyd Hoehle (Fullerton, Calif.) and Ali Reed (Westborough, Mass.) along with 583 others have been awarded this notable honor.

The criterion for eligibility of this award is one of the most demanding amongst collegiate awards, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50.

Arnold turned in the lowest single-round score for the Warriors this season, carding a 79 during the first round of the Hartford Invitational. Arnold turned in an 85 on the second day of competition and finished in 14th place.

Hoehle tied for a team low tournament score after carding a 162 weekend total at the Hartford Invitational. Hoehle turned in a 12th place finish, her second best finish of the season.

Reed posted the same team-low 162 weekend total at Wellesley. Reed posted an 83 in the opening round before firing a team-low 79 in the second round of competition.

Two student-athletes that will be transferring to Merrimack in the fall were also represented on the team, Louise McGillivray (Carson Newman) and Jessica Ngui (Houston Baptist).