LOS ANGELES, CA -- The entire lineup for the 2014 UCLA women’s golf team was named to one of three All-Pac-12 Conference teams, the league announced Thursday.
Freshman Alison Lee and junior Erynne Lee were named to the first-team, freshman Bronte Law earned second-team honors, and senior Ani Gulugian and junior Louise Ridderstrom were named honorable mention.
Alison and Erynne Lee were named to the 2014 U.S. Curtis Cup Team in March, and Law is a candidate for the Great Britain & Ireland Team, scheduled to be named next week. She was a member of the victorious 2010 GB&I team.
For Erynne Lee, the achievement marks the third time she has been named to First-Team All-Pac-12. She won the season-opening Mason Rudolph Classic in September for her third collegiate victory.
Alison Lee, the consensus No.1 ranked college player in the United States, won the Pac-12 Championship individual crown on Apr. 27. The victory was her third college trophy. A player of the year as well as freshman of the year candidate, she leads the Bruins with a scoring average of 70.7 and has played 27 rounds in 33-under par.
Law, ranked 26th this week by GolfStat, won the Pac-12 Preview in November for her first college title. She has a scoring average of 72.9.
Gulugian’s appointment to the honorable mention team is her fourth. She has a scoring average of 73.4 and has tied a career-best by recording eight rounds under par this season.
Ridderstrom, ranked 142nd at the end of last season, rose to 32nd in the GolfStat rankings this week. Her current 73.1 scoring average represents an improvement of more than two strokes from her freshman season.