CORAL GABLES, Fla. – University of Miami women's golf sophomore Dewi Weber was selected as a Second Team All-American on Tuesday by the Women's Golf Coaches Association (WGCA).
This is the second time Weber has been honored by the WGCA. In 2016, she received WGCA All-America Honorable Mention recognition.
"I could not be happier to see Dewi earn All-America honors," head coach Patti Rizzo said. "Dewi was so consistent for our team throughout the year and she really set the standard for our team. This is such a tremendous honor for her and it is very well deserved."
Weber's second team recognition from the WGCA adds to a postseason list of accolades, which includes being named to the All-ACC team.
"There are so many talented players in women's college golf and to be recognized as an All-American is really special," Weber said. "I am fortunate to have great teammates and coaches that push me to be the best."
This past year, Weber posted a team-best six top-10 finishes and placed in the top 15 in nine events. She also won two tournaments.
The Groningen, Netherlands native also recorded a team-best 71.9 strokes per round average. In addition, Weber posted nine rounds of 70-or-less during the year.
Weber posted her best finish at the ACC Championship this past season, as she tied for 14th, tallying a three-round total of 218.
Most recently, Weber led the way for the Hurricanes at the NCAA Championships, as she tied for 24th.
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