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Pfeiffer's Haizlip Selected to Third Team All-Conference

High Point, N.C. – Pfeiffer’s Danielle Haizlip was selected to the Third-Team All-Conference as announced by Conference Carolinas last evening. Haizlip finished the season with an 81.2 stroke average and twice claimed top 10 finishes. The sophomore’s low 18 hole score on the season was a 77 and her best 36 hole score was a 154.

The Conference Carolinas All-Conference Teams were determined by vote from each Head Coach of participating league institutions.  Nominations were collected and then voted upon by ballot and tallied to determine Player of the Year, Freshman of the Year, Coach of the Year, All-Conference First Team, All-Conference Second Team and All-Conference Third Team.  Awards were presented at the league golf team banquet at the Conference Tournament Championships hosted by Belmont Abbey College at Bryan Park “Champions Course” in Greensboro, NC.  This year’s award winners are as follows: 

Player of the Year:
Elizabeth Swallow, King University
From the day Swallow stepped on the King University campus two years ago, the sophomore has been nothing short of spectacular. She was named first team all-conference as a freshman, and this year was named Conference Carolinas Player of the Year. The Berkshire, England native has turned in a stellar sophomore campaign, winning three of the eight tournaments she has entered. She has finished in the top 10 of all eight tournaments this season and has been in the top five on five occasions. She started the season with a bang, winning the Tusculum Fall Classic by two strokes before taking the King University Invitational by 10 strokes with an even-par score of 142 in her first two tournaments of the year. She also won the Hilton Head Lakes Classic a week after taking second at the TSYS Collegiate Classic hosted by Columbus State University.
Freshman of the Year:
Brittany LaPadula, Limestone College
Limestone College’s Brittany LaPadula was consistently in the top two of the Saints lineup in the eight tournaments she competed in. The Port St. Lucie, Fla. native was Limestone’s top finisher on three separate occasions and finished second in two other tournaments. She also helped her team to three, first-place finishes. LaPadula had four top-10 finishes which included second-place overall finishes at Hilton Head Lakes and The Trojan. Her two best appearances of the season came in her first and last. She shot a seven-over par 151 at the Smoky Mountain Intercollegiate, and five-over par 149 at The Trojan.
Coach of the Year:
Jason Allen, Erskine College
Under Head Coach Jason Allen, the Erskine Women’s Golf Team experienced their best season in their six-year history.  This season the Erskine Women’s Team won two of their eight tournaments while finishing second and third in two other tournaments.  The Flying Fleet, who do not have a senior on this year’s squad, finished in the upper division in all eight tournaments this season.
All-Conference First Team:
Elizabeth Swallow, King
Rachel Moore, Erskine
Brittney Zine, Barton
Brittany LaPadula, Limestone
Julie Loennechen, Mount Olive
All-Conference Second Team:
Hannah Luckett, Limestone
Marley Felthousen, Converse
Krysta Schaus, Erskine
Taylor McInnis, Limestone
AnnaLeis Dibert, North Greenville
All-Conference Third Team:
Maria Tirado, Barton
Danielle Haizlip, Pfeiffer
Ansley Vaughan, Converse
Sydney Landreth, Limestone
Miranda Juarez, Converse

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