Lady Aggie golf adds juco All-AmericanJune 28, 2005LAWTON, Okla. (June 28) - Cameron University women's golf coach Rick Goodwin continued fill his roster for the first-ever Lady Aggie golf team this week, announcing the addition of Pratt Community College transfer Krystle McCorgary. A 5-10 junior from Arkansas City, Kan., McCorgary is the latest golfer signed by Goodwin to join the Lady Aggies in their first season of competition during 2005-06 school year.
"I've said all along that I believe we will have a chance to compete very well right from the start and Krystle will certainly help us do just that," Goodwin said. "She had a very successful junior college career and comes from a quality high school program, so we're excited to add her to our lineup."
McCorgary was two-time all-region selection at Pratt and earned All-American honors this season after finishing 11th individually at the NJCAA national tournament. She finished in the Top 30 individually at nationals as a freshman in 2004.
As a prep, McCorgary was a two-time state tournament qualifier at Arkansas City High School, helping the Bulldogs to a pair of regional titles and three league championships. She was the individual regional champion in 2002, and owns the ACHS school record with a nine-hole low round of 36.
In addition to her athletic accomplishments, McCorgary earned Dean's Honor Roll recognition and was awarded the Elementary Teacher of the Future Award at Pratt in 2004. She also was listed in "Who's Who Among American Junior Colleges," was named an All-Academic Scholar and was a member of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society. In 2003, McCorgary received the Kansas State High School Activities Association Citizenship Award. She is the daughter of Martin and Ava McCorgary of Arkansas City and plans to continue her studies in elementary education at Cameron.