Three Brown Golfers Named All-American Scholars By National Golf Coaches Association
July 17, 2008
The criteria for selection to the NGCA All-American Scholar Team are some of the most stringent of all college athletics. The minimum cumulative GPA is 3.50 and student-athletes must have competed in at least 50-percent of the college's regularly scheduled competitive rounds during the year.
Crane, an Applied Mathematics concentrator from Chelsea, Michigan, completed an outstanding four-year Brown career. She was the Bears' top finisher at every tournament in 2007-2008, including the Ivy League Championship, Yale Invitational, Princeton Invitational, Dartmouth Invitational, and Columbia Invitational. She place 14th individually at both the Princeton and Yale tournaments.
Sekar, an Economics and Classics concentrator from Edmond, Oklahoma, competed at the Dartmouth/Harvard Triangular competition as well as the Columbia Invitational.
Robinson is a Visual Arts concentrator from Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, who enjoyed a strong freshman campaign for the Bears. She was Brown's second leading scorer at the Yale Tournament, Princeton Invitational and the Dartmouth Triangular, and was Brown's third leading scorer at the Ivy League Championship and Dartmouth Invitational.