LMU's Wolff Selected As SAC Women's Golf Scholar Athlete
April 19, 2010
HARROGATE, TN - Lincoln Memorial University's Kirsten Wolff (Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada) has been named South Atlantic Conference Women's Golf Scholar-Athlete of the Year. The Scholar-Athlete is selected each year by the league's Faculty Athletic Representative committee.
A junior at Lincoln Memorial University with a double major of Kinesilogy and Business Management, Wolff carries a 3.507 GPA in the classroom and holds an 85.5 stroke per round average this season with one top-10 finish to her credit on the course. As a freshman, she was given the LMU Rookie of the Year Award and received the Coach's Award last season.
Civically, Kirsten has been a three-year member of the Lincoln Memorial University Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, helping to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Haiti Relief effort. In addition, she is a member of the EDGE College Ministry, which takes part in local community projects and volunteered to be a ROHO Helper, which assists select needy elementary school children in who are chosen by their school principals as the neediest in their school on a Christmas shopping spree with funds raised by the clubs annual fishing tournament. Wolff has also taken part in various programs that read to school children and teaching children a junior golf clinics.
This week Kirsten will join her Lady Railsplitter teammates when the LMU women participate in the 2010 Food Lion South Atlantic Conference Women's Golf Tournament that is being held Monday and Tuesday at Etowah Valley Country Club in Etowah, North Carolina.