Photo Gallery from 2011 SoCon Women's Golf Championship
Courtesy: GoMocs.com

Photo gallery for the 2011 Southern Conference Women's Golf Championship.  Chattanooga won its second straight SoCon title, had Emma de Groot capture medalist honors and posted four players in the top 10.

Additionally, the Mocs had an amazing six student-athletes honored for their play in 2010-11.  Senior Emma de Groot was named SoCon Golfer of the Year and earned her four consecutive All-SoCon nod.  She was joined on the the all-conference by Christine Wolf and Maria Juliana Loza.

The UTC freshman trio of Jordan Britt, Yushira Budhram and Marion Duvernay were named to the all-freshman squad.  Head Coach Colette Murray grabbed her second Coach of the Year award.

The Mocs now await word of their NCAA Regional location on Monday, April 25.  Stay informed with GoMocs.com.

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Monica San Juan (l) and Pojjana Mesombat (r) signed during the early period.
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