CLEVELAND, OHIO — Hiram College junior women’s golfer Kritsinee Khowcharoen (Muang, Phitsanulok, Thailand/Fryeburg Academy, Maine) has been selected first-team All-North Coast Athletic Conference. [2011 All-NCAC Women’s Golf Team]
Khowcharoen helped lead the Terriers to a fourth-place finish at the NCAC Championships this past weekend and a fifth-place finish in the overall NCAC Championship Series Standings which combined the results of this past weekend’s tournament with last weekend’s results at The College of Wooster Invitational. Over the weekend, Khowcharoen finished fourth overall individually with a 36-hole total of 166 strokes (87+79=166). In the combined two events that made up the NCAC Championship Series, she placed fifth overall with 342 total strokes (176+166=342) earning first-team All-NCAC accolades.
For the season, Khowcharoen averaged 85.5 strokes per round of 18 holes and finished in the top-five individually in every event this spring. She played in all three tournaments during the spring and posted her best round of the season on the final day of the NCAC Championships with a 79.
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