ASHLAND, Va.—Randolph-Macon senior Tracy Moriconi (Richmond, Va. / St. Catherine's) was named a Women's Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) All-American Scholar.
Moriconi was one of four golfers from the Old Dominion Athletic Conference on the list. Michelle DuCom of Hollins and Dana Droz and Mary-Frances Hall of Washington and Lee also received the honor.
In her senior season, she finished second on the team and eighth in the ODAC among players with 10 or more rounds with a scoring average of 84.2. She was sixth out of 48 individuals at the Methodist Invitational at 173 (80-93). Moriconi, a Third Team All-ODAC honoree, was 13th at the NYU Invitational at 159 (80-79) and 14th at the Max and Susan Stith Invitational at 164 (86-78). She finished 10th at the ODAC Championship at 265 (88-88-89).
Moriconi also received ODAC All-Academic and Phi Beta Kappa accolades. She graduated in 2016 as a triple major in accounting, economics and math with a cumulative grade point average of 3.93. Off the course, she was President of Omicron Delta Epsilon, the International Economics Honors Society. Moriconi held a leadership position in Pi Mu Epsilon, the Honorary National Mathematics Society. She was also a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, the National Leadership Honor Society, and Chi Beta Phi, the Interdisciplinary Scientific Honorary Society.
A total of 828 women's collegiate golfers were recognized by the WGCA. All Division III honorees must have competed in a minimum of 12 rounds and maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.50 or higher.
To view the full 2015-16 WGCA All-American Scholar list, click here.
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