CROSSVILLE, Tenn. - Tennessee Wesleyan posted a two-round score of 698 to capture the 2011 Appalachian Athletic Conference Women's Golf Tournament and automatically qualifies for the NAIA National Championship Tournament.
Tennessee Wesleyan recorded the two lowest rounds by any team in the field and finished 27 strokes ahead of second-place Milligan (Tenn.).
Union (Ky.) was third with Bryan (Tenn.) and Reinhardt (Ga.) rounding out the top five. Montreat (N.C.) also competed but did not finish.
Stephanie Carr of Tennessee Wesleyan won the individual medalist honors with a 166. Kayla Kmetz of Milligan was second at 173, while Katie Horn of Union (Ky.) and Tennessee Wesleyan's Lexi Stewart tied for third at 174. Milligan's Aubrey Baker and Tennessee Wesleyan's Alaura Brogdon tied for fifth at 175. All six make up the All-Tournament Team.
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Carr is the AAC Player of the Year as she posted six-round (four regular-season and two tournament rounds) score of 505. Jeff Rice of Tennessee Wesleyan is the Coach of the Year.
Tennessee Wesleyan placed four on the All-Conference Team, while Milligan had three make the team with Union and Reinhardt each placing two.
To view all the awards, click here.