KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced the 2016 NAIA Women’s Golf All-America teams, as selected by the NAIA-Women’s Golf Coaches Association All-America Committee. A total of 45 student-athletes were honored, with 15 individuals being named to the first, second and third teams.
National runner-up William Woods (Mo.) led all programs with five individuals on the All-America teams. The Owls were represented by Celia Mansour (first team), Katie Warren (first team), Jodie Peacock (second team), Andrea Agniel (third team) and Myriam Hassan (third team).
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Mansour, a Toulouse, France native, finished the year with average score of 73.56 in 16 rounds played this season earning her second NAIA First Team All-American honor. The sophomore recorded seven top ten finishes this year including winning four tournaments this year, including winning the AMC Women’s Golf Championship.
Warren, a sophomore, earned her second NAIA First Team All-American honors this season. She played in 10 tournaments this year for the Owls and finished the regular season with an average of 75.90 on the season. She had seven top ten finishes this season including winning the William Woods Fall Invitational and Golfweek NAIA Spring Invitational. Warren finished tied for sixth at the NAIA National Championship by shooting five-over par 149 (75-74) and was named to the All-Tournament team.
For the third time in her four years at William Woods, Peacock has earned Second Team All-American honors. She was named second team after her freshman and sophomore season and was honorable mention last year. Peacock averaged 76.64 in 22 rounds this season. She had two runner-up finishes this season, finishing second at the Boone Hospital Spring Invite and the AMC Women’s Golf Championship. Peacock finished tied for ninth (six-over par 150 (76-74)) to earn All-Tournament honors at the NAIA Women’s Golf National Championship.
Agniel was named NAIA Third Team All-American this season. She appeared in 21 rounds this season with an averaging 77.05. She has seven finishes this season, including two runner-up finishes, CMU Fall Eagle Open and the 2015 Lady Redwolves Classic.
Hassan was named NAIA Third Team All-American. She was a First Team selection her freshman and sophomore season and was honorable mention last season. In 22 rounds this year, Hassan’s average score was 76.95. She finished in the top-10 in six tournaments on the year, while finishing third three times this season.