TCU athletics continues to shine with its array of exemplary student-athletes, many of whom do not receive their credit.
This is certainly the case with the TCU Women’s Golf Team, and there is no athlete on this team more laudable than a young woman, a freshman, from South Africa. South, named after Caitlyn macnab.
Last Thursday, she was honored by the Women’s Golf Coaches Association as an honorable mention All-American.
Macnab is one of four freshmen to make the honorable mention list. She finished her first season at TCU with several school records in place, including a 71.5 stroke average, 22 rounds of par or better, 130 birdies and seven eagles. His score of 13 under 203 at the Jim West Challenge was a school record and earned him a second-place finish. It was one of six Macnab top 10s, including five in the top five.
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Macnab’s accolades in recent weeks have been huge, both qualitatively and quantitatively. She can add her WGCA Honorable Mention All-American nomination to her addition to the WGCA Freshman of the Year and First-Team Academic All-Big 12 watch list. Additionally, she is only the 11th All-America selection in the history of the program, and the eighth (!) to be so named under head coach Angie Ravaioli–by Larkin guardianship, which says a lot about the two individuals.
Needless to say, Ms. Macnab, Coach Ravaioli-Larkin and the entire TCU women’s golf team should be extremely proud.
Congratulations, Ms. Macnab.
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