Audette and Kiley Make NGCA All-American Team
Following a runner-up finish in the NCAA Division II National Tournament, Florida Southern had two of its golfers named to the National Golf Coaches Association All-American Team. Earning All-American honors for the third time in her career was senior M.J. Audette, while junior Megan Kiley earned her first such award. It marks the 13th year in a row Florida Southern has had at least two members of the NGCA All-American Team.
Audette was a Second Team selection after leading the Moccasins with a 76.3 stroke average and eight top-10 finishes. Her career average of 76.43 ranks fifth in school history, and her 26 career top-10 finishes are tied for second on the Mocs’ all-time list. Audette was Florida Southern’s top golfer in all three postseason tournaments this year, including the national finals where she placed seventh overall. It was the third year in a row Audette finished 10th or better in the Division II championships. She joins Shanna Nagy (1996-99), Lisa Ball (2000-02), Pamela Feggans (2003-505) and Heather Burgner (2007-09) as Moccasins who have done that three years in a row.
Kiley was an honorable mention All-American who was second on the team to Audette with a career-best 77.2 stroke average. She had a pair of third-place showings in different tournaments during the season, as well as one fourth-place finish. Kiley was the Moccasins’ top golfer in three of their five regular season tournaments during the spring, placed sixth overall at the Lady Moc Classic when she was their #2 golfer, and later finished 10th in the conference tournament.