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 during the 2018-19 season.
Lauren Conley, Caitlin Coverstone and Rebecca Su were honored by the WGCA after compiling grade point averages above 3.50 and achieving defined statistical accomplishments on the golf course. This marks the second consecutive year that Conley, Coverstone and Su are representing Rose-Hulman as WGCA All-American Scholars.
Conley is a two-year member of the Fightin' Engineer women's golf team and stands No. 3 in school history with a scoring average of 83.77 strokes per round. She earned all-HCAC honors in 2017-18 with an eighth-place league finish and has recorded six career rounds in the 70s. Her career best score is a round of 78.
Coverstone is a two-time first-team all-HCAC honoree and won a share of the 2017 conference individual championship. She added a 4th-place finish in the 2018 HCAC championship. Coverstone currently holds Rose-Hulman's career school record for scoring average (81.13) and stands No. 2 and No. 4 on the college's single-season scoring average list. She has recorded nine career rounds in the 70s, including a career-best 73 that set a school record at Millikin in 2017.
Su ranks No. 2 in school history with a career scoring average of 82.87 strokes per round. She is a two-time all-HCAC honoree with league finishes of 6th in 2016 and 10th in 2018. Su ranks No. 6 and No. 7 on the single-season scoring average list, and recorded the second hole-in-one in program history in 2016-17. She has six career rounds in the 70s, including a career-best 74 at Wittenberg in 2017-18.
Rose-Hulman finished second in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference championships last fall. The 2019-20 season will begin in late August.