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Rockets rank No. 22 nationally in GPA among women’s golf programs

The UT women’s golf program was honored for its outstanding classroom performance this year by earning its greatest recognition to date from the Women’s Golf Coaches Association. The Rockets’ 3.723 team grade-point average during the 2016-17 academic year ranked No. 22 nationally (17th among NCAA Division I programs), with Jacksonville University leading the way with a remarkable 3.924 GPA.

The Rockets’ 3.723 team grade-point average during the 2016-17 academic year ranked No. 22 nationally — 17th among NCAA Division I programs — according to the Women’s Golf Coaches Association.

“What a great honor for our student-athletes,” Head Women’s Golf Coach Nicole Hollingsworth said. “We have only been on this list once before in the history of this award, and this year’s grade point average is our best yet. I am so proud of their hard work in the classroom, golf course and community. What an awesome award to end the year!”

Toledo registered a school record 3.780 cumulative GPA in the 2017 spring semester and has posted team grade-point averages above 3.00 in 27 of the 28 semesters under Hollingsworth.

The Women’s Golf Coaches Association is a nonprofit organization representing women’s collegiate golf coaches. The association was formed to encourage the playing of college golf for women in correlation with a general objective of education and in accordance with the highest tradition of intercollegiate competition.

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