FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Senior Alana Uriell and junior Dylan Kim added their names to the Women’s Golf Coaches Association All-America teams, the organization announced today.
Uriell and Kim earned second-team honors joining teammate Maria Fassi who was a first-team selection on Tuesday. Arkansas has had eight Razorbacks earn 17 WGCA All-America honors in its program history. The selection is the first for Uriell and Kim was a second-team honoree at Baylor before transferring to Arkansas.
Uriell is a Carlsbad, California, native who graduated from Arkansas in May. She finished the year third on the team with a 71.68 stroke average. She was a First-Team All-Southeastern Conference selection and was the only Razorback to card a round in the 60’s at the NCAA Championship last week.
This season, Uriell had three top-3 finishes and played the four-event fall 28-under par. Uriell was on the ANNIKA Award Watch List for player of the year honors and was selected as a member of the inaugural Palmer Cup team for women.
Kim is also a First-Team All-SEC, ANNIKA Award Watch List and Palmer Cup team selection. The Plano, Texas, native is second on the team with a 71.56 stroke average. She counted 21 rounds of par or better, finished the year with seven top-10 showings and led Arkansas at the NCAA Championship finishing tied for 21st overall.
The duo is part of a record-setting team that won the program’s first SEC and NCAA Regional titles. Arkansas had a program-record seven team victories and set several team and individual records this year.
The University of Arkansas will host the 2019 NCAA Men’s and Women’s Golf Championships next spring at The Blessings.
• School record 7 team titles
• Program’s first-ever SEC Championship
• Program’s first-ever NCAA Regional title
• NCAA record-tying 41-under par shooting 823 in win at the Mason Rudolph Championship
• Arkansas has played 11 tournaments a total of 48-under par
• Nine of Arkansas’ 34 rounds rank in the program’s top-10 lowest scores
• NCAA Regional second round score of 271 is second lowest round in program history
• Arkansas’ 17-under 271 in the second round of the NCAA Regional is the second-best round versus par in program history
• Arkansas’ 823 at the Mason Rudolph Championship is the lowest score in program history
• Ranked as high as No. 1 in the fall
• Paced team to a 10th place finish at the NCAA Championships and contributed to two final rounds of 289 which are a program best at the NCAA Championship
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