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Edith Cummings Munson Golf Award

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Edith Cummings Munson Golf Award

The Edith Cummings Munson Golf Award is an annual award inspired by Edith Cummings Munson that is given to one of the top collegiate female golfers who excels in academics. The award is presented by the National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA). The award goes to the student-athlete who is both a NGCA All-American Scholar and a NGCA All-American. A donation of $5,000 is given from the Curtis & Edith Cummings Munson Foundation to the general scholarship fund of the recipient's institution.


Year Winner College
1989 Elsabe Heffer Lamar
1990 JoAnne Brooks Nebraska
1991 Traci Hanson San Jose State
1992 Stephanie Martin Oklahoma State
1993 Stephanie Neill Wake Forest
1994 Katharina Larsson Tennessee
1995 Heather Bowie Arizona State
1996 Marcie Clemmons Auburn
1997 K.M. Juul San Jose State
1998 Julia Boros Georgia
1999 Hilary Homeyes Stanford
2000 Lisette Lee LSU
2001 Stacy Prammanasudh Tulsa
2002 Emma Zackrisson Oklahoma State
2003 Alena Sharp New Mexico State
2004 Kailin Downs New Mexico
2005 Karin Sjödin Oklahoma State
2006 Amanda Blumenherst Duke
2007 Marci Turner Tennessee
2008 Azahara Muñoz Arizona State
2009 Azahara Muñoz Arizona State
2010 Juliana Murcia Arizona State
2011 Brooke Pancake Alabama
2012 Brooke Pancake Alabama

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  • ECMGA Past Winners

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