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Wallace State’s women’s golf team has made an early, significant mark in the Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC), capturing back-to-back league championships since women’s golf was introduced to the athletics slate.
Competing in only its third season overall, Wallace State won its second consecutive ACCC Tournament championship in 2018, winning the title by 98 strokes. The ACCC championship capped a spring in which the Lady Lions won four tournament championships.
Wallace State sophomore Annalee Stephens won three individual titles during spring 2018, and freshman Michaela Bryan was the ACCC tournament low medalist, outlasting her teammates for the championship.
Freshmen Anna Seahorn and Anna Williams were also ACCC All-Tournament selections during the 2018 season. Seahorn was an All-Tournament selection on four instances during the spring.
In addition, Dalys Mullican was a heavy contributor to Wallace State’s success, and Maci Yeager rounded out the roster.
Wallace State advanced to the NJCAA Division I National Championship in Mesa, Ariz., for the third straight season, finishing 13th in the nation. Stephens finished with the lowest score for the Lady Lions. Wallace State finished the 12th in the nation during the 2016 and 2017 seasons.
Wallace State won spring tournament titles at Northeast Alabama, Calhoun and Snead State before winning the ACCC championship.
The Lady Lions were also impressive in the classroom, compiling a 3.03 GPA. Williams earned NJCAA First-Team All-Academic recognition for earning a 4.0 GPA, and Seahorn was named to the NJCAA All-Academic 2nd team.
NJCAA Hall of Fame coach Dan York was named the ACCC Coach of the Year in 2018. J.J. Adams served as the team’s assistant coach.
Wallace State began its women’s golf program in January 2015.
For more information, contact:
Dan York, Wallace State’s Women’s Golf Coach