TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Three members of the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology women's golf team were named Women's Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholars for their efforts on the course and in the classroom this season.
Conley earned all-Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference honors as a freshman with an 8th place finish at the league tournament last fall. She recorded three rounds in the 70s last season, including a career-best score of 78. Her overall scoring average of 83.00 stands No. 4 in Rose-Hulman single-season history.
Coverstone won a share of the HCAC individual championship with rounds of 76 and 79 at last fall's conference tournament. The first-team all-HCAC honoree was also the league Freshman of the Year. She established new school records for single-round scoring (73), 36-hole tournament scoring (151), and single-season scoring (80.17) in a season that included five rounds in the 70s.
Su currently holds Rose-Hulman's career scoring average record at 83.1 strokes per round (minimum 20 rounds). She recorded the third-best single-season scoring average in Rose-Hulman history last season (82.75) and was a 2016 all-conference honoree. She has one career hole-in-one during the 2016-17 campaign and has a career-best round of 78.
Rose-Hulman finished second in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference championships last fall. The 2018-19 season begins at the Lynn Schweizer Invitational hosted by Denison University on Sept. 1-2.