Elizabeth Bose named to All-ACC Academic Women's Golf Team

Virginia Tech women’s golfer Elizabeth Bose has been named to the 2017 All-ACC Academic Women's Golf Team. This is Bose’s first year on the team.

Bose, a rising junior from Norfolk. Virginia, was recently named to the 2016-17 CoSIDA Academic All-District 3 Women’s At-Large team. A biochemistry major at Virginia Tech, Bose was awarded the 2017 Skelton Award for Academic Excellence in Athletics, the top academic honor awarded by the Virginia Tech athletics department.

On the course, Bose led the Hokies in stroke average, at 75.15. She competed in every event for the Hokies this season; with one top five and two top twenty finishes. Her best showing of the season was a third place finish at the Starmount Fall Classic in Greensboro, North Carolina. Earlier this summer, Bose won the prestigious Women’s Eastern Amateur Championship.

Duke junior Leona Maguire was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Women's Golf Scholar-Athlete of the Year. To be eligible for consideration for the All-ACC Academic team, a student-athlete, regardless of classification, must have earned a 3.00 grade point average for the previous semester and maintained a 3.00 cumulative average during her academic career.

The 2017 All-ACC Academic Women’s Golf team:

Delfina Acosta, Sr., Miami Studio Art

Emma Albrecht, So., Notre Dame Science & Business

Ana Belac, Fr., Duke Undeclared

Elizabeth Bose, So., Virginia Tech Clinical Neuroscience & Biochemistry

Virginia Elena Carta, So., Duke Environmental Sciences & Policy

Olivia Cason, So., Louisville Finance

Matilda Castren, Sr., Florida State International Affairs

Sandy Choi, Sr, Duke Psychology

Leslie Cloots, Sr., North Carolina Business Administration

Amanda Doherty, Fr., Florida State Exploratory

Renate Grimstad, Fr., Miami Economics

Lois Kaye Go, Fr., Boston College Undeclared

Lydia Gumm, Sr., Florida State Sport Management

Lexi Harkins, Jr., North Carolina Mathematics

Lauren Hartlage, Fr., Louisville Finance

Leona Maguire, Jr., Duke Psychology

Marissa Messana, Jr., Clemson Communications

Kim Metraux, Jr., Florida State Management

Morgane Metraux, Jr., Florida State Management

Filippa Moerk, Fr., Miami Business

Bryana Nguyen, Jr., North Carolina Prof Minor

Anna Redding, So., Virginia Undeclared

Sierra Sims, Sr., Wake Forest Economics

Gurbani Singh, Jr., Duke Public Policy

Ana Paula Valdes, Fr., Clemson Communications

Dewi Weber, So., Miami Communications & Advertising and Motion Picture Production

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