Wallace State women’s golf wins 2nd straight ACCC crown04/17/2018
WSCC women’s golf wins Calhoun Invitational title03/21/2018
WSCC women’s golf wins Northeast Alabama Invitational title02/28/2018
Wallace State women’s golf opens season in Rainsville02/22/2018
Wallace State captured the first ever Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC)/Region 22 women’s golf tournament championship during the 2017 season, adding another ACCC title to the college’s fold.
Competing in only its second season, Wallace State won the ACCC tournament by 15 strokes over Snead State.
Wallace State freshman Annalee Stephens was the ACCC tournament low medalist, earning her first collegiate individual title with a 14-over par 158.
Wallace State’s Ashley McCormick and Bradi Ruehl were also named to the All-Tournament team.
The Lady Lions advanced to the NJCAA Division I National Championship in Duluth, Ga., where they finished 12th in the nation for a second consecutive season. Stephens finished with the lowest score for Wallace State.
Throughout the 2017 season, Wallace State was the runner-up at the inaugural Calhoun Invitational in Decatur with McCormick finishing as the low medalist. Dalys Mullican, a freshman from Fairview, was named to the All-Tournament team in Decatur.
Additionally, sophomores Abbi Yeager and Madison Autwell made key contributions during the 2016-2017 season.
Wallace State also competed in tournaments in Mobile and Lewisburg, Tenn.
The Lady Lions were coached by NJCAA Hall of Fame coach Dan York and assisted by Ron Burdette.
Wallace State began its women’s golf program in January 2015.
For more information, contact:
Dan York, Wallace State’s Women’s Golf Coach