CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – The Women's Golf Coaches Association has announced that Washington and Lee rising seniors Mary-Frances Hall (State Road, N.C. / Elkin) and Dana Droz (Lancaster, Pa. / Veritas Academy) have been named to the All-America Scholar Team for the second straight year.
Hall and Droz are among 952 collegiate golfers nationwide to earn the distinction for achieving a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better.
A neuroscience major, Hall competed in 17 rounds during her junior campaign, posting a 78.18 stroke average with three Top 10 tournament finishes. The 2016 Old Dominion Athletic Conference Champion, she finished second at the conference championship this spring with a +19 score of 79-78-78—235. She was also second out of 63 golfers at the Callaway Golf Spring Invitational with a 74-74—148 (+4), and tied for sixth out of 71 at the General's Invitational with a +9 score of 75-78—153.
Hall is a three-time All-ODAC selection, including garnering first team honors as a first-year and junior. As a rookie in 2015, she was named both the ODAC Rookie and Player of the Year. She was also a WGCA Second Team All-America in 2015. She carries a 78.73 career scoring average across 52 rounds played.
Droz was a Second Team All-ODAC honoree in 2017 after she recorded an 85.06 stroke average across 17 rounds of golf. She finished eighth at the ODAC Championship this spring with a score of 88-87-86—261 (+45). She also tied for 18th out of 71 golfers at the General's Invitational with a +21 score of 87-78—165.
A mathematics major, Droz has played 42 career rounds and claims an 86.21 stroke average.
Washington and Lee finished second at the ODAC Championship and completed the season ranked 18th in the GolfStat Division III rankings.