Senior from British Columbia is the only three-time recipient of the award in program history.
Amanda Baker and Brittany Marchand earn their third selection by the league
Tournament field battles windy conditions on final day
Final round action starts Sunday at 8:30 a.m.
Sophomore Lindsay McGetrick captures first career title
2011-12: Played in 10 tournaments, highlighted by a share of second at the Cardinal Cup with a 2-over par 146... Captured a fourth place finish at the Cards Challenge in the spring with a 3-over par 219... Finished tied for 43rd at the NCAA Regional, the third best finish for the Wolfpack... Contributed scores to the Pack's team total in 20 of 30 rounds... Named an NGCA All-American Scholar and All-ACC Academic.
Summer 2011: Finished second at the British Columbia Women's Amateur Championship ... Was just one shot out of medalist honors, as she finished at 7-over 291 ... Also Finished second at the Nanaimo Amateur Championship ... Finished 10th at the Royale Cup Canadian Women's Amateur Championship at 14-over 302.
2010-11: Saw action in eight of the nine tournaments ... Top finish was 11th place at the LSU Invitational (7-over 223) ... Top round of the season (72) also came at the LSU Invite ... Named to the National Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholar Team ... Also named to the All-ACC Academic Team ... Named to the 2010-11 ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Summer 2010: Captured the 2010 Women's Mid-Island Amateur in her hometown at the Nanaimo Golf Club by five strokes after pulling away from the field with a second-round score of 71 ... She carded a 79 the first day to put her in contention ... Tied for fifth at the British Columbia Junior Girls Championship...Held the lead after 54-holes
2009-10: Made the starting lineup for the Tiger/Wave Classic in the spring...Placed tied for 111th at +32 (82-85-81=248)...Competed individually in the UNCG Starmount Fall Classic at the Starmount Country Club ... Finished tied for 24th with a 54-hole score of +19 (78-76-78=232).
High School/Junior Golf: Attended Kwalicum Secondary School ... Was the 2008 champion at the America Junior Golf Association, Medicus Junior at Walnut Creek event ... Also won that same year at the Canadian Junior Golf Association, Mizuno North America Cup qualifier ... Won the 2007 British Columbia Juvenile Girls title after shooting 71-78-73 ... Competed for Team Canada at Juniors in 2008 and finished 17th with scores of 76-75-73-78 ... Was also part of Team BC when the team won its national championship ... Was named Nanaimo athlete of the year and was on the honor roll throughout high school.
Personal: Amanda Grace Baker ... Born in Vancouver, British Columbia ... Didn't begin playing golf until she was 14 years old ... Prior to golf she played soccer, basketball, baseball and volleyball.