Bridgewater College freshman and Jamestown grad Christina Herbert was the only Division III player selected to the Virginia Sports Information Directors All-State women's golf team released Tuesday.
Herbert was a second-team selection and became the first All-American in program history this spring, earning honorable mention honors from Women's Golf Coaches Association. She was also named to the All-East Region team.
Herbert ranked 10th nationally in scoring average (77.89), with 34 birdies and one eagle over 18 rounds. The first team All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference selection placed in the top-five of all 10 events this season.
Herbert won medalist honors at the 2015 ODAC championships by eight strokes, shooting 73-73—146 (+2) for the weekend and extending a two-stroke lead after 18 holes.
Virginia sophomore Lauren Diaz-Yi was named the VaSID Golfer of the Year while the Cavaliers' Kim Lewellen was named Coach of the Year for the second consecutive season. Rookie of the Year honors went to Washington and Lee's Mary-Frances Hall.
2015 VaSID All-State Women's Golf Team
Lauren Diaz-Yi, So., Virginia
Maggie Simmermacher, Fr., Old Dominion
Lauren Coughlin, Jr., Virginia
Briana Mao, Sr., Virginia
Alessandra Liu, Jr., William & Mary
Elizabeth Szokol, Jr., Virginia
Christina Herbert, Fr., Bridgewater
Alexandra Austin, Sr., Radford
Laura Gomez-Ruiz, Fr., James Madison
Elsa Diaz, Fr., Richmond