Tuesday, May 20, 2003

NKU golfer named All-American



The Enquirer and wire reports

Sophomore Kim Keyer-Scott was named Division II second-team All-American by the National Golf Coaches Association.

Last year Keyer-Scott, an Oak Hills High graduate, earned first team All-America honors from the NGCA and was named the Division II Freshman of the Year.

Last week Keyer-Scott, who led after the first two rounds, posted a fifth-place finish at the NCAA Division II championships - the best individual finish in NKU women's golf history.

She had a 78.4 stroke average this season and was medalist at both the Anderson (S.C.) Invitational and the Kiawah Island Invitational this season. She also earned All-Great Lakes Valley Conference honors in the fall after leading NKU to its first GLVC title.




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