WORCESTER, Mass. – Five members of the Holy Cross women's golf team were selected to the 2017 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll, as announced by the league on Wednesday.
Senior Mackenzie Horl, a member of the Holy Cross women's golf team, has been selected as the recipient of a Presidential Service Award and the Vin Forde Memorial Award. The Presidential Service Award is given for service and contributions to the college and greater Worcester community, while the Forde Award is presented by the faculty of the department of religious studies to the graduating senior who best exemplifies the values of Vin Forde.
Freshman Jackie Gonzalez's love of golf has led to stellar success on the course.
Once again this year, the College of the Holy Cross is a national leader in the academic success of its student-athletes. Holy Cross had 75 percent of its teams earn NCAA Division I Academic Progress Rate (APR) public recognition awards, the highest percentage in the country ahead of Gonzaga (73.3 percent) and Dartmouth (73.1 percent).
Freshman Jackie Gonzalez has been named the C&R Tire Crusader of the Week, for competition from April 17-23. Gonzalez led the Holy Cross women's golf team in competition at the Patriot League Championship last weekend.
Freshman Jackie Gonzalez was named the Patriot League's Co-Rookie of the Year after tying for 16th overall at the Patriot League Championship.
Freshman Jackie Gonzalez currently leads the Crusaders with a two-round total score of 158 after the first day of the Patriot League Championship in Bethlehem, Pa.
Freshman Jackie Gonzalez finished in a tie for third overall, as the Crusaders finished sixth at the Sacred Heart Invitational in Milford, Conn.
Junior Maxine Harney tied for fourth overall, as the Crusaders placed third in the NEIGA Championship on Sunday in Brewster, Mass.
WORCESTER, Mass. â€" Due to the expected inclement weather, competition on Saturday at the NEIGA Championship has been cancelled.
The event was a part of the Be Well Series.
Freshman Jackie Gonzalez led Holy Cross, placing 39th overall as the Crusaders competed at the Lady EagleCat Invitational in Daytona Beach, Fla.