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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 three consecutive championships since women’s golf was introduced to the conference athletics slate.
Competing in its fourth season overall, Wallace State won its 3rd straight ACCC Tournament championship in 2019, winning the title by 56 strokes. The ACCC championship capped a spring in which the Lady Lions won four tournament championships.
The Lady Lions advanced to the NJCAA National Championship in Daytona Beach, Fla., and registered a program-best 10th-place finish under first-year coach J.J. Adams.
Michaela Bryan capped a remarkable Wallace State career by winning the Jeff State Invitational and earning a spot on the ACCC All-Tournament team. Bryan finished her Wallace State career, winning four low medalist titles, including the 2018 ACCC Tournament individual championship.
Maci Yeager was an All-Tournament selection at the Jeff State Invitational in 2019.
Paige Lemm, Claire Newby and Abby Grimes rounded out the Wallace State field in 2019.
Wallace State won spring tournament titles at Jeff State, Northeast CC and on its home course before winning the ACCC championship.
During the 2017-2018 season, the Lady Lions were also impressive in the classroom, compiling a 3.03 GPA. Anna Williams earned NJCAA First-Team All-Academic recognition for earning a 4.0 GPA, and Anna Seahorn was named to the NJCAA All-Academic 2nd team.
Wallace State began its women’s golf program in January 2015.
For more information, contact:
J.J. Adams, Wallace State’s Women’s Golf Coach