NCAA Women’s Golf: Georgia’s Berger Now Four Time All American

Photo courtesy of University of Georgia

Georgia’s Emilie Burger was tabbed second-team All-America by the Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) on Wednesday, making her just the third four-time All-American in the program’s history.

Burger, a native of Hoschton, Georgia and a product of Mill Creek High School, finished the 2012-13 season at No. 22 in the Golfstat head-to-head national rankings and No. 24 in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index. She was a two-time individual winner during her senior campaign, capturing medalist honors at both the Mason Rudolph Championship and the Bryan National Collegiate. In 11 tournaments, she notched five top-10 finishes and nine top-20 efforts. Burger led the Bulldogs in virtually every statistical category, including stroke average (73.47), par-or-better rounds (15), birdies (86) and eagles (4).

Over the past four years, Burger was tabbed third-team All-America by Golfweek as a freshman, honorable mention by Golfweek as a sophomore and second-team by both Golfweek and the WGCA as a junior.

 

Topics: All American, Emilie Burger, Georgia Bulldog Women's Golf, Georgia Bulldogs

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