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Three Gustavus Women’s Golfers Invited To Participate In The Best Buy Charity Classic

Gustavus Adolphus women's golfers Rachel Roberg, Kali Griggs, and Kimbra Kosak have been invited to participate in the Best Buy Charity Classic on June 26-28 in Minneapolis. All three individuals earned invitations to participate by being named to the National Golf Coaches Association Division III All-America Teams this season.

Roberg, Griggs, and Kosak Honored By National Golf Coaches Association

The National Golf Coaches Association announced its 2007-08 awards at the recent NCAA Division III Championships and three Gustavus golfers were honored by the NGCA. Rachel Roberg received First Team All-America honors, while Kali Griggs received Second Team All-America honors and Kimbra Kosak received honorable mention All-America honors. In addition, Roberg, Griggs, and Kosak were named to the Midwest All-Region team.

Rachel Roberg Named MIAC Women’s Golf Senior of the Year, Katie Schenfeld Named Rookie of the Year

The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) announced the 2007-08 MIAC Women's Golf Awards as Gustavus' Rachel Roberg (Rice Lake, Wis.) was selected MIAC Senior of the Year and Katie Schenfeld was named MIAC Rookie of the Year. Roberg, Schenfeld and the Gusties will begin the 2008 NCAA Division III Women's Golf Championships on Tuesday in Waverly, Iowa.

Rachel Roberg Named MIAC Women’s Golf Athlete of the Week

Gustavus Adolphus College senior Rachel Roberg (Rice Lake, Wis.) has been named the MIAC Women's Golf Athlete of the Week by the league coaches. Roberg shot 80-80 to finish in fourth place at the Wartburg Invitational at Centennial Golf Course, site of the 2008 NCAA Women's Golf Championships, in Waverly, Iowa on Sunday.

Roberg Named MIAC Women’s Golfer of the Week

Gustavus Adolphus College junior Rachel Roberg (Rice Lake, Wis.) has been named MIAC Women's Golfer of the Week for the week ending September 3, 2006. Roberg earned co-medalist honors at UW-Eau Claire Invitational, setting new 18- and 36-hole personal bests with her score of 77-75--152. This title marks the first collegiate win for Roberg, who finished 13th at the 2006 NCAA Championships.