Lee, 19, set a single season UCLA scoring record of 71.0 in 34 rounds played. For the season she was 22-under par, and won three times, including the Pac-12 Championship. She also set a school record by recording 20 rounds under par. Last month, Lee was named the WGCA’s national Freshman of the Year, WGCA All-Central Region and First-Team All-Pac-12, as well as the 2014 Pac-12 Freshman of the Year. She will represent the USA at the Curtis Cup later this week.
Erynne Lee, 21, earned her third All-America certificate from the WGCA after receiving first-team honors as a freshman and sophomore. In 2013-14, she averaged 71.9 (a personal best), won the Mason Rudolph Classic and led the Bruins with 11 rounds under 70. She also earned First-Team All-Pac-12 honors and WGCA All-Central Region acclaim. She will also represent the USA at the Curtis Cup.
Ridderstrom, a sophomore, enjoyed a season of outstanding improvement. At the end of her freshman season in 2013, she was ranked 142nd by GolfStat with a 75.3 scoring average. She ended the 2014 season with a 72.8 scoring average and a national ranking of 32nd. She also recorded 12 rounds under par and nine Top 20 finishes.
Law recorded a scoring average of 73.1 as a freshman and finished the season ranked 39th. She won the Pac-12 Preview and recorded a pair of additional podium finishes in the fall. She is one of two players returning to the Curtis Cup, representing the Great Britain & Ireland Team.
Ending her 15th season, Head Coach Carrie Forsyth has tutored 18 different All-Americans, including 15 first-team selections and eight consensus first-team choices. Those 18 players have earned a total of 38 WGCA All-America certificates.