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Conley, Coverstone, Su Earn WGCA All-American Scholar Recognition

Conley, Coverstone, Su Earn WGCA All-American Scholar Recognition

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.

Lauren Conley, Caitlin Coverstone and Rebecca Su were honored by the WGCA after compiling grade point averages above 3.50 (through winter quarter) as sophomores or above and achieving defined statistical accomplishments on the golf course.

Conley is a two-time first-team all-Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference selection entering her upcoming senior year in 2020-21.  The civil engineering major was the 2019 HCAC Tournament runner-up and recorded an 8th place finish at the 2017 HCAC Tournament.  She currently ranks No. 7 in Rose-Hulman history in career scoring average at 82.20 strokes per round, highlighted with a career-best round of 74.

Coverstone has earned three first-team all-HCAC awards in her career, including tying for the individual championship at the 2017 HCAC Tournament.  The electrical engineering major also has conference finishes of 4th in 2017 and 5th in 2019.  The 2017 HCAC Freshman of the Year currently ranks No. 2 in school history for career scoring average at 81.07 strokes per round and has three of the top-10 single-season scoring averages in program history.  Coverstone has a career best round of 73, which marked a school record in 2017.

Su earned a bachelor's degree from Rose-Hulman in May and ranks No. 4 in school history in scoring average at 82.78 strokes per round.  The optical engineering and engineering physics major is a two-time all-HCAC performer, with conference finishes of 6th in 2016 and 10th in 2017.  She ranks 9th in single-seasn school history with an average of 82.33 strokes per round in 2018-19 and recorded a career-best round of 74.

The three players were part of Rose-Hulman's first HCAC championship team during the 2019-20 academic year.  The team was unable to compete in the NCAA Division III Championships due to the COVID-19 pandemic this spring, but the season included numerous school records and a win by 39 strokes in the team scoring over runner-up Transylvania at the 2019 HCAC Championships.