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Abilene Christian’s Alex Carpenter and Tarleton State’s Jacqueline Lau were recognized as Lone Star Conference Players of the Year Sunday night as the league’s annual postseason golf awards were announced at the championships banquet, held in conjunction with the LSC Championships in Trophy Club, Texas. League officials announced the all-conference teams and individual awards at the banquet. This marks the eighth year for golf’s postseason awards to be voted on by league coaches. Before, all-conference honors had been determined only by results at the LSC tournament.
Carpenter, who earned player of the year acclaim for the third straight year, won three events and had eight top-10 finishes this season. The junior is the No. 10 ranked player in NCAA Division II with an average score of 71.81. Lau finished in the top-10 of every tournament with a 75.71 scoring average. The junior is ranked No. 11 in Division II. ACU’s Corbin Renner earned Freshman of Year honors and the Wildcats Mike Campbell was named Coach of the Year for the third consecutive year on the men’s side.
For the women, Midwestern State’s Brenna Moore picked up Freshman of the Year honors, while the Mustangs Jeff Ray was named Coach of the Year. Carpenter was a nearly unanimous choice on the men’s first team All-LSC along with ACU teammates Trey Sullivan and Renner, West Texas A&M’s Ben Hargis and MSU’s Derek Oland. Joining Lau on the women’s first team All-LSC was TexAnn teammate Sharon Lau, MSU’s Moore, Incarnate Word’s Flower Castillo and WTAMU’s Alisa White.
A total of 10 more players were named to the second team for both men and women, while another three men’s players and three women’s players were recognized as honorable mention All-LSC selections.
2012 Men’s Golf All-Conference
|Alex Carpenter||Abilene Christian University||JR||Little Rock, Ark.|
|Ben Hargis||West Texas A&M University||SR||Amarillo, Texas|
|Trey Sullivan||Abilene Christian University||SO||Fort Worth, Texas|
|Derek Oland||Midwestern State University||FR||McKinney Texas|
|Corbin Renner||Abilene Christian University||FR||Little Rock, Ark.|
|Trey Lawson||Cameron University||JR||Holiday, Texas|
|Brady Porter||Cameron University||JR||Wichita Falls, Texas|
|Jared Cornish||University of the Incarnate Word||JR||San Antonio, Texas|
|Kregg Wood||Cameron University||JR||Childress, Texas|
|Jeremy LeGuen||Midwestern State University||SO||Highland Village|
|Marcus Sanna||Texas A&M University - Commerce||FR||Sherman, Texas|
|Sam Smith||Midwestern State University||JR||Archer City, Texas|
|Luke Carpenter||Abilene Christian University||FR||Little Rock, Ark.|
|Player of the Year: Alex Carpenter, Abilene Christian|
|Freshman of the Year: Corbin Renner, Abilene Christian|
|Coach of the Year: Mike Campbell, Abilene Christian|
2012 Women’s Golf All-Conference
|Jacqueline Lau||Tarleton State University||JR||Malaysia|
|Brenna Moore||Midwestern State University||FR||Burkburnett, Texas|
|Sharon Lau||Tarleton State University||SO||Malaysia|
|Flower Castillo||University of the Incarnate Word||SO||San Antonio, Texas|
|Alisa White||West Texas A&M University||SO||Hereford, Texas|
|Hammerli Sriyai||West Texas A&M University||SR||Bangkok, Thailand|
|Katy Ward||Tarleton State University||SR||Aledo, Texas|
|Chantry McMahan||Texas A&M University - Commerce||SO||Kaufman, Texas|
|Kendra Whittley||Midwestern State University||JR||Wall, Texas|
|Taylor Klutts||Midwestern State University||JR||Lake Kiowa, Texas|
|Eva Rogers||West Texas A&M University||SR||Rockledge, Fla.|
|Jaqueline Strickland||Cameron University||FR||Weatherford, Texas|
|Jessica Pickwick||Tarleton State University||SO||Melbourne, Australia|
|Player of the Year: Jacqueline Lau, Tarleton State|
|Freshman of the Year: Brenna Moore, Midwestern State|
|Coach of the Year: Jeff Ray, Midwestern State|
Abilene Christian’s Adam Carpenter and Tarleton State’s Sharon Lau were named the Men’s and Women’s Academic Player of the Year to headline the Lone Star Conference golf academic awards announced by league officials Sunday night at the championship awards banquet.
Lau, a sophomore engineering major from Malaysia, was joined by West Texas A&M’s Alisa White, Texas A&M-Commerce’s Sara Diaz, Angelo State’s Krista Czarnecki and Midwestern State’s Kendra Whittley.
Czarnecki was a repeat selection on the All-Academic Team.
Lau is part of a TexAnn team which boasts nine top-five finishes this season including four first-place efforts. She won the Doc Housewright Invitational and Southwest Classic individual titles.
Carpenter, a finance and management major from Little Rock, Ark., was the only men’s player eligible for academic honors. The junior was named to the all-academic team in 2011 as well.
To be eligible for LSC academic honors, student-athletes must carry at least a 3.30 grade point average and be at least a sophomore, both academically and athletically. The Academic Player of Year award and All-Academic Team are selected from the list of academically qualified players, with the league’s sports information directors voting on the basis of both academic and athletic achievement.
2012 Golf All-Academic Team
LSC Women’s Golf Academic Player of the Year: Sharon Lau, Tarleton State