Haubenstock Highlights Four of WashU's UAA Honors

Haubenstock Highlights Four of WashU's UAA Honors

St. Louis, Mo., May 4, 2017 – The Washington University in St. Louis women's golf team had four individuals honored by the University Athletic Association (UAA) Thursday afternoon as freshman Samantha Haubenstock highlighted the accolades by earning UAA Player of the Year.
 
Also earning all-UAA honors on the second-team were sophomore Chloe DiPetrillo, junior Erin Drolet and freshman Angelica Harris.
 
Samantha Haubenstock
Haubenstock earned an invite to the NCAA Division III Women's Golf National Championships in Houston, Texas after a stellar freshman campaign. She won three tournament titles on the season while also finishing in the top-five of four others. Haubenstock holds the eighth-best scoring average in the nation at 76.10. She also earned UAA Freshman of the Year honors during the association golf tournament when she tied for third to earn all-UAA Tournament First-Team honors.
 
Chloe DiPetrillo
DiPetrillo earned all-UAA honors for the second-straight season. She had four top-10 tournament finishes and concluded the year with a 79.80 scoring average, shooting in the 70s 10 out of 20 rounds played. DiPetrillo is ranked fifth in the Central Region and 84th in Division III by Golfstat.
 
Erin Drolet
Drolet has been awarded all-UAA honors for three consecutive seasons. This year she earned second-team honors with an 80.05 scoring average. Drolet totaled four top-10 finishes on the season while carding 10 of 20 rounds played in the 70s. She also earned all-UAA Second-Team Tournament honors earlier this season when she placed eighth in the UAA Championship tournament. Drolet ranks seventh in the Central Region and 83rd in Division III by Golfstat.
 
Angelica Harris
Harris was named to the all-UAA Second Team after finishing the season strong, carding five of her final six rounds played in the 70s. Her top placement on the season was in the final tournament of the season, when she tied for second during the Kathy Niepagen Spring Fling with a seven-over par 151 (75-76). Harris has an 81.15 scoring average and is ranked sixth regionally by Golfstat.