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Women's golfer Courtney Lowery (pictured above) has been Named to the NAIA All-American Second Team
Women's Golf - Wed, May 31, 2017

WEST POINT, Ga. – Coached by Angela Jerman Ormsby, Point University women's golfer Courtney Lowery (JR/Greenville, Ga.) has been named an NAIA women's Golf All-American by the NAIA women's Golf Coaches' Association All-American Committee.  A total of 45 student-athletes were honored, with 15 individuals being named to each of the three teams.  Lowery was named to the All-American second team. 


Lowery, the runner-up for the Appalachian Athletics Conference Player of the Year Award, placed first in three events, second in two and third once this season.  She won Appalachian Athletics Conference Player of the Week honors twice and was named NAIA National Player of the Week once, received All-Tournament recognition at the NAIA-AAC Direct Qualifier, All-Conference first team, All-Conference Academic team honors, was named to the Daktronics Women's Golf NAIA Scholar-Athlete Team, and finished tied for sixth at the NAIA Women's Golf National Championships; playing as an individual.


She posted the Skyhawks' two best rounds of 18, a three-under par 68 and a two-under par 69, and won the SCAD-Atlanta Fall Invitational, Sept. 6-7, 2016.  She also owns Point's best 13 rounds on par 72 courses, including a two-under par 70 at the Skyhawk Invitational, March 13, and a one-under par 71 at the NAIA Championships, May 26.  She averaged 75.86 strokes per round in 21 rounds this season.