University of Colorado’s Brittany Fan and Robyn Choi earned honorable mention to the 2018 Women’s Golf Coaches Association NCAA Division I All-America team.
Fan and Choi are the fourth and fifth Colorado individuals to be honored by a collegiate women’s golf All-America program joining Emily Talley (2011-12), Alex Stewart (2011-12) and Esther Lee (2014-15 & ’15-16).
Fan, a native of Pearl City, Hawaii, was second on the team in stroke average as a senior at 73.16 and led the Buffaloes with 12 Top 20 finishes. A 2018 honorable mention All-Pac-12 Conference pick, Fan won the Meadow Club Women’s Collegiate, March 5-6, at 4-under par.
Choi, a sophomore from Gold Coast, Australia, led the Buffaloes in stroke average at 72.67 and score in relation to par at +31 (+0.79 avg) in 2017-18. A 2018 All-Pac-12 selection, she also led Colorado with five Top 5 finishes and 17 rounds of par or better.
Choi set or tied 13 single-round, tournament or season records in 2017-18, most notably rounds in a season (39), fall stroke average (71.93) and rounds under par (13). At the NCAA Championship alone she set new standards for best national finish (21st), 18-hole score (70 – 3rd Round), 54-hole score (220) and 72-hole score (292).