Shake named first team All-American
|UHV's Heather Shake practices her chipping. She was named to the NAIA Women's Golf All-America first team on Monday.|
University of Houston-Victoria’s Heather Shake was named Monday to the 2015 NAIA Women’s Golf All-America first team.
It was the second straight year for the sophomore from Pearland to earn All-America recognition from the NAIA. Last year she was named to the second team.
After challenging for the individual lead over the first three rounds of the NAIA National Championships last week, Shake finished tied for seventh after posting a 15-over par 303. Shake had rounds of 73-70-78-82 at the tournament, her second straight appearance at nationals.
The UHV Female Athlete of the Year joined 14 other student-athletes from across the country on the All-America first team.
This season Shake won three individual titles and finished in the top five in four other events. She finished the season with a 72.71 scoring average in eight events.
She won her first event of the year, the UHV Fall Classic, in record fashion posting a 14-under par 202 with rounds of 69-66-67. She then captured the Trinity Alamo Classic with a 1-over 143 for back-to-back wins.
Just before going to the NAIA nationals, Shake captured her second straight individual title at the PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships in Florida with a 2-under par 212. She posted rounds of 67-78-67 at the event.
2015 NAIA Women’s Golf All-America Team
|Renee Santoyo*^||Bellevue (Neb.)||Jr.||Guadalupe, Mexico|
|Kat Kennedy*||British Columbia||So.||Okotoks, Alberta|
|Stephanie Wong*^%||British Columbia||Sr.||Richmond, B.C.|
|Vanessa Chap||Cal State San Marcos||Sr.||San Diego, Calif.|
|Julia McQuilken||Dalton State (Ga.)||Jr.||Tampa, Fla.|
|Lauren Kruszewski*||Embry-Riddle (Ariz.)||So.||Chesapeake, Va.|
|Heather Shake*||Houston-Victoria (Texas)||So.||Pearland, Texas|
|Caroline Retabi||Northwood (Fla.)||So.||Grimaud, France|
|Elsa Westin||Northwood (Fla.)||Fr.||Bromma, Sweden|
|Emma Allen||Oklahoma City||Fr.||Broken Arrow, Okla.|
|Sofia Molinaro*^||SCAD Savannah (Ga.)||Jr.||Treviso, Italy|
|Alazne Urizar*^||SCAD Savannah (Ga.)||Sr.||San Tome, Venezuela|
|Alex Schies||Texas Wesleyan||Fr.||Mansfield, Texas|
|Celia Mansour||William Woods (Mo.)||Fr.||Toulouse, France|
|Katie Warren||William Woods (Mo.)||Fr.||Swindon, England|
|Winnie Hyun*||British Columbia||So.||Langley, B.C.|
|Christina Trujillo||Cal State San Marcos||So.||Visalia, Calif.|
|Rachel Pingleton||Cumberlands (Ky.)||So.||Parksville, Ky.|
|Bri-Ann Tokariwski*||Cumberlands (Ky.)||Sr.||Winnipeg, Canada|
|Caroline Griffin||Dalton State (Ga.)||Fr.||Sycamore, Ga.|
|Wiebke Schlender*||Indiana Tech||So.||Paderborn, Germany|
|Heather Nail||Mobile (Ala.)||So.||Hartselle, Ala.|
|Rebecka Holmstrom*||Northwood (Fla.)||So.||Gothenburg, Sweden|
|Sabrina Schloo||Northwood (Fla.)||So.||Wuerzburg, Germany|
|Anna Mikish*||Oklahoma City||So.||Choctaw, Okla.|
|Katie-Lee Wilson*||Oklahoma City||So.||Owasso, Okla.|
|Kyla Clancy*||Rocky Mountain (Mont.)||Jr.||Park City, Mont|
|Paulina Camacho||SCAD Savannah (Ga.)||Fr.||Mexico City, Mexico|
|Marina Gallegos||Wayland Baptist (Texas)||Fr.||Madrid, Spain|
|Natalia Ugalde||Wayland Baptist (Texas)||So.||Mexico City, Mexico|
* 2014 NAIA Women's Golf All-American
^ 2013 NAIA Women's Golf All-American
% 2012 NAIA Women's Golf All-American
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