Women’s golf has five named to the All-MAC Academic Team

CLEVELAND, Ohio (EMUEagles.com) — The Eastern Michigan University women’s golf team has had five of its student-athletes named to the All-Mid-American Academic Conference team, the league office announced today, June 9.

Junior Olivia Loberg (Bend, Oregon-Summit) won the honor for the second time, while junior Natai Apichonlati (Bangkok, Thailand-The Regent’s International School)second Anna Watson (Ashland, Ohio-Ashland), Sophie Wygonik (Westland, Michigan-Livonia Franklin)and Paige Zolciak (Perrysburg, Ohio-St. Ursula Academy) picked up their first academic honor from the conference.

Toledo left the team with seven student-athletes, while Akron and northern Illinois followed close behind with six winners.

The All-MAC Academic Honor is for a student-athlete who has excelled in both athletics and academics. To qualify, a student-athlete must have at least a GPA of 3.20 and have competed in at least 50% of the competitions for that particular sport.

2021-22 Women’s Golf Academic All-MAC Team
Jennifer David, Akron, R-So., Marketing, 3,545
Riley Dean, Akron, R-Soph., Education, 3,974
Jessica Hahn, Akron, R-So., Accounting, 3,690
Abbie Pearce, Akron, Sr., Marketing, 3,448
Jacinta Pikunas, Akron, R-Jr., Accounting, 3,850
Ivana Shah, Akron, R-Jr., Biomedical Engineering, 3.903
Dylann Armstrong, Ball State, Sr., Criminal Justice and Criminology, 3.97
Liz Kim, Ball State, Gr., Sport and Exercise Psychology, 3.94
Hadley Moritz, Ball State, Sr., teaching primary education major, 3.97
Tiegan Taylor, Ball State, Sr., Exercise Science, 3.90
Nichole Cox, Bowling Green, Senior, Finance, 3.697
Kayla Davis, Bowling Green, Junior, Teen to Young Adult Education, 3,947
Alyson Kovach, Bowling Green, Junior, Marketing, 3,300
Kelsey Sager, Bowling Green, Senior, International Trade, 3,776
Mallory Swartz, Bowling Green, redshirt freshman, forensics, 4,000
Padgett Chitty, Michigan center, junior, 3.31
Ashley Goh, Central Michigan, Sophomore, Interior Design, 3.23
Rachel Kauflin, central Michigan, sophomore, stats, 3.95
Zoe Vartyan, Central Michigan, junior, neuroscience, 3.91

Natai ApichonlatiEastern Michigan, Senior, Marketing, 3.31

Olivia LobergEastern Michigan, Junior, Management, 3.35

Anna WatsonEastern Michigan, Sophomore, Biology, 3.95

Sophie WygonikEastern Michigan, Sophomore, Business, 3.59

Paige ZolciakEastern Michigan, Sophomore, Finance, 3.28

Valentina Albertazzi, Kent State, Junior, Marketing, 3,893
Mayka Hoogeboom, Kent State, junior, communication studies, 3,555
Emily Price, Kent State, Senior, Economics, 3,476
Chloe Salort, Kent State, Senior, Architectural Studies, 3.202
Sofia Gomez Enriquez, Northern Illinois, Senior, Management & Information Systems (MS), 3.40
Caroline Klemp, Northern Illinois, Senior, Finance, 3.35
Ahra Ko, Northern Illinois, junior, health sciences/pre-physical therapy, 3.37
Karen Liu, northern Illinois, sophomore, marketing, 3.27
Jasmine Ly, Northern Illinois, sophomore, finance, 3.96
Emily Romancew, Northern Illinois, sophomore, mechanical engineering, 3.71
Catherine Loftus, Ohio, Senior, Finance and Business Analytics, 3.71
Avery Ovens, Ohio, junior, journalism strategic communication, 3.67
Alicia Porvasnik, Ohio, Senior, Finance and Business Analytics, 3.69
Mariana Vega-Rivera, Ohio, Sophomore, Pre-Professional Biological Sciences, 3.29
Macy Hanus, Toledo, sophomore, business, 3.91
Angel Hii, Toledo, second grade, criminal justice, 3.97
Cheryl Hong, Toledo, Cheryl Hong, Exercise Science, 3.79
Amelia Lee, Toledo, Junior, Electrical and Computer Science and Engineering, 3.91
Kaitlyn Natividad, Toledo, second year, finance, 3.89
Kathryn Roth, Toledo, Junior, Biology, 3.52
Claudia Sampson, Toledo, Junior, Marketing, 3.84
Imogen Courtney, Western Michigan, Senior, Physical, 3.84
Alissa Fish, Western Michigan, junior, business sales and marketing, 3.94
Brooke Gibbons, Western Michigan, Senior, Integrated Supply Management, 3.92
Fiona Khaing, Western Michigan, Senior, Management, 3.33

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