Greencastle, Ind. - For the second consecutive year, three DePauw student-athletes have been named Women's Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholars.
Rising senior Anna Foley (Toronto, Ontario, Canada/Humberside Collegiate Institute) was joined by rising junior Allison Miller (Princeton, Iowa/Pleasant Valley) and rising sophomore Paige Sanfelippo (Wildwood, Mo./Lafayette). Foley is a three-time honoree, while Miller also earned the distinction last year.
Foley, a two-time Google Cloud Academic All-America® selection and biochemistry major, averaged 79.43 strokes during the 2018-19 year while earning second team all-North Coast Athletic Conference honors after placing eighth at the conference championships. She had six top-10 finishes among her 11 tournaments with a low round of 73.
Miller, an economics major, posted an 80.96 average over 23 rounds with a low round of 74 and four top-10 finishes in her 11 tournaments. She earned honorable mention all-NCAC following a tie for 12th at the conference championships.
Sanfelippo averaged 82.43 over 14 rounds with three top-10 finishes over her eight competitions.
Honorees must have at least a 3.50 cumulative grade point average and compete in at least 50 percent of the team's matches (Division I and II) or a minimum of 10 rounds for Division III schools only. A total of 1,097 women earned the distinction from the three NCAA levels.