MAC Announces Women's Golf Academic All-MAC Team

Updated 4/29/2004

April 29, 2004

CLEVELAND --- The Mid-American Conference announced its 2004 women's golf Academic All-MAC team Thursday, as voted by faculty athletic representatives at MAC institutions. The team honors five student-athletes.

Kent State and Ohio led the team with the most student-athletes honored with two each. MAC medalist Gabby Wedding and sophomore Becky Wood led the way for the MAC Champion Golden Flashes, while Ohio placed junior Cari Mozingo and senior Ashley McCall. Wedding is a repeat selection, as she was a member of the 2003 Academic All-MAC team.

Rounding out the 2004 Academic All-MAC team is Stephanie Donkin, from runner-up Western Michigan.

Wedding was also the MAC Golfer of the Year, while Wood and Donkin joined Wedding on the All-MAC first team. Mozingo was named to the All-MAC second team.

The Academic All-MAC honor is for a student-athlete who has excelled in athletics and academics. To qualify, a student-athlete must have at least a 3.20 cumulative GPA and have participated in at least 50 percent of the contests for that particular sport. First-year students and junior college transfers in their first year of residence are not eligible for the award.

2004 Women's Golf Academic All-MAC Team
Name, School	        Year	GPA	Major
#Gabby Wedding, KSU	Jr.	3.96    Marketing
Becky Wood, KSU		So.	3.94    Physical Education/Exercise Science
Ashley McCall, Ohio	Sr.	3.99	Accounting and Finance
Cari Mozingo, Ohio	Sr.	3.58	Middle Childhood Education
Stephanie Donkin, WMU	Jr.	3.49	Exercise Science

# 2002-03 Academic All-MAC Selection