2022-23 NAIA Women's Golf All-Americans Announced

2022-23 NAIA Women's Golf All-Americans Announced

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced the 2022-23 NAIA Women's Golf All-America teams, as selected by the NAIA Women's Golf Coaches' Association All-America Committee, after the conclusion of the 28th Annual National Championship. Three teams of 15 individuals each are named to honor a total of 45 student-athletes.

University of British Columbia Head Coach, Chris MacDonald, was named the 2022-23 NAIA Women's Golf National Coach of the Year during the Championship Awards Presentation. Coach MacDonald also received the same honor from the Men's Golf Coaches' Association after leading his Thunderbird Men to a title the week prior.

The NAIA Women's Golfer of the Year will be announced on NAIA.org following the Women's Golf Coaches Association announcing their Players of the Year across all levels of collegiate golf.

 

1st Team School Yr. Hometown
Catherine Batang Menlo (Calif.) Sr. South San Francisco, Calif.
Grace Bell British Columbia So. Calgary, Alberta
Malisone Chanthapanya Texas Wesleyan So. Fort Worth, Texas
Una Chou British Columbia So. San Diego, Calif.
Sukriti Harjai Victoria (B.C.) So. Niagara Falls, Ontario
Sydney Hermann Dalton State (Ga.) Jr. Ponca City, Okla.
Maddi Kamas Oklahoma City So. Kingfisher, Okla.
Elizabeth Labbe British Columbia So. Quebec City, Quebec
Hoi Ki Lau Keiser (Fla.) Fr. Hong Kong
Jessica Ng British Columbia Fr. Vancouver, British Columbia
Nichakorn Prapsripoom William Carey (Miss.) Jr. Bangkok, Thailand
Sonja Tang British Columbia So. Victoria, British Columbia
Makayla Tyrrell Oklahoma City Fr. Southlake, Texas
Hannah Ulibarri The Masters (Calif.) Fr. Fullerton, Calif.
Valentina Zuleta Rocky Mountain (Mont.) So. Bogota, Colombia

 

2nd Team School Yr. Hometown
Bo Brown British Columbia So. Mississauga, Ontario
Mailey Buzzell Dalton State (Ga.) Jr. Warner Robins, Ga.
Kate Castle Milligan (Tenn.) So. Mount Juliet, Tenn.
Ariana Castro SCAD-Savannah (Ga.) Sr. Lima, Peru
Natalie Gough Oklahoma City Sr. Bixby, Okla.
Sharon Holczer Cumberlands (Ky.) So. Caracas, Miranda, Venezuela
Serah Khanyereri St. Thomas (Fla.) Jr. Nairobi, Kenya
Rylie Kosney Dalton State (Ga.) Fr. Sacramento, Calif.
Ashleigh Mead USC-Beaufort (S.C.) Jr. McDonough, Ga.
Hallie Riley Southeastern (Fla.) Sr. Calvert City, Ky.
Marlie Smit Southeastern (Fla.) So. Vryheid, South Africa
Maddi Shoults OUAZ (Ariz.) Fr. Circleville, Ohio
Paige Wood Oklahoma City So. McKinney, Texas
Claire Wright Rocky Mountain (Mont.) Sr. Chowchilla, Calif.
Zoe Wuermli Northwestern Ohio So. Heidelberg, Germany

 

3rd Team School Yr. Hometown
Carolin Albas Keiser (Fla.) So. Neuss, Germany
Gracie Bloom William Carey (Miss.) Fr. Pass Christian, Miss.
Katie Biddlecombe Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) Sr. Romsey, England
Isabela Cuisana SCAD-Savannah (Ga.) So. Quito, Ecuador
Cameron Daniel Dalton State (Ga.) Sr. Sharpsburg, Ga.
Megan Donahue Dalton State (Ga.) Jr. Lafayette, Ind.
Kaetlin Halseth Embry-Riddle (Ariz.) So. Kingwood, Texas
Emma Johnson OUAZ (Ariz.) Gr. Derby, Kan.
Lauren Kaltenmark SCAD-Savannah (Ga.) So. Zionsville, Ind.
Anna Krieger Cumberland (Tenn.) So.  Lake Shore, Minn.
Sydney Leyerle Indiana Wesleyan So. Helena, Ohio
Shayne Lim Taylor (Ind.) Fr. Singapore, Singapore
Maria Neira Cumberlands (Ky.) So. Caracas, Venezuela
Abigail Wickham William Carey (Miss.) Jr. Vancleave, Miss.
Jolie Wong Keiser (Fla.) Fr. Hong Kong

 

Championship Information

women's golf

29TH ANNUAL
WOMEN'S GOLF

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
May 14-17, 2024
TPC Deere Run
Silvis, Illinois