BRISTOL, Tenn. – The King University women's golf team had a record four student-athletes earn Women's Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) All-American Scholar honors. Of the 1,011 student-athletes, four were Tornado Nicola Robertson, Autumn Bergendahl, Morgan Powers, and Shelby Zeiter all earned honors.
King has had at least four student-athletes garner WGCA All-American Scholar honors each of the last four years, including a school record five a season ago.
Robertson was an academic all-conference selection for the second time this season and earned All-Conference Carolinas for the fourth straight year this season, earning first team accolades. She carried a 3.67 GPA in her years on campus and led King with a 78.55 stroke average in 2017-18.
Bergendahl was selected academic all-conference this season. She carries a 3.71 GPA and posted her best finish at the Anderson Invitational She ended the season with an 89.75 stroke average.
Powers owns a GPA of 3.84 in her first year on campus. She played in 17 round and owned a stroke average of 89.47. In her first year on campus, Zeiter owned a 3.85 GPA and posted a stroke average of 89.61.
The criteria for selection to the All-American Scholar Team are some of the most stringent in all of college athletics as the minimum cumulative GPA is 3.50.