OCU’s Folch, Goodin are first-team NAIA All-Americans, three others honored

OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City University’s Elia Folch and Caroline Goodin headlined a group of five Stars to earn NAIA women’s golf All-American honors after leading OCU to its seventh NAIA championship.

Folch and Goodin were first-team selections while Kailey Campbell and Anna Mikish received second-team acclaim and Katie-Lee Wilson earned third-team honors.

Folch, a senior from Barcelona, Spain, earned her second first-team award by finishing runner-up in the NAIA Championships for the second year in a row. Folch capped her OCU career with tournaments wins in the Claud Jacobs Invitational, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Island Classic, Central Oklahoma KickingBird Classic and the Sooner Athletic Conference Championships. Folch was named SAC golfer of the week four times this season and was named SAC player of the year.

Goodin, a freshman from Oklahoma City, finished eighth and made the all-tournament team at the NAIA Championships. Goodin finished in the top 10 five times this season including third-place finishes in the Claud Jacobs Invitational and the SAC Championships. Goodin was named SAC freshman of the year this season.

Campbell, a freshman from Oktaha, Okla., tied for 15th place in the NAIA Championships and landed on the all-tournament team. Campbell notched five top-15 finishes this season including eighth-place finishes in the Susie Maxwell Berning Classic and the Claud Jacobs Invitational.

Mikish, a freshman from Choctaw, Okla., carded a team-high 11 birdies and tied for 20th place in the NAIA Championships. Mikish turned in a pair of 11th-place finishes in the Susie Maxwell Berning Classic and the Claud Jacobs Invitational to go along with a sixth-place performance in the SAC Championships.

Wilson, a freshman from Owasso, Okla., made a pair of birdies and pared the final three holes in regulation in the NAIA Championships. Wilson finished in the top 10 twice this season including a fifth-place finish in the Claud Jacobs Invitational and an eighth-place performance in the SAC Championships.

OCU tops NAIA women’s golf with seven NAIA championships. The Stars have captured NAIA titles in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2013 and now 2014.

2014 NAIA Women’s Golf All-America Teams
First Team
Player                        School                        Cl.       Hometown

Renee Santoyo            Bellevue (Neb.)           So.       Guadalupe, Mexico
Winnie Hyun               British Columbia         Fr.        Langley, British Columbia
Sarah Gilliard              Coastal Georgia          So.       Alma, Ga.
Sunny Powers             Concordia (Ore.)         Sr.        Medford, Ore.
Lauren Kruszewski     Embry-Riddle (Ariz.) Fr.        Chesapeake, Va.
Wiebke Schlender       Indiana Tech               Fr.        Paderborn, Germany
Heather Bruce             Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) Sr. Enterprise, Ore.
Daniela Martinez         Northwood (Texas)     So.       Mexicali, Mexico
Fariza Zain                  Northwood (Texas)     Sr.        Singapore
Elia Folch                    Oklahoma City            Sr.        Barcelona, Spain
Caroline Goodin         Oklahoma City            Fr.        Oklahoma City
Kyla Clancy                Rocky Mountain (Mont.) So. Park City, Mont.
Sofia Molinaro            SCAD-Savannah (Ga.) So.     Treviso, Italy
Alazne Urizar              SCAD-Savannah (Ga.) Jr.      San Tome, Venezuela
Myriam Hassan           William Woods (Mo.) So.       Newport, Wales

Second Team
Player                         School                         Cl.       Hometown
Geandra Almeida        Bethel (Ind.)               Sr.        Joinville, Brazil
Kat Kennedy              British Columbia         Fr.        Okotoks, Alberta
Stephanie Wong          British Columbia         Jr.        Richmond, British Columbia
Christian Liggin          Coastal Georgia          Sr.        Smithville, Ga.
Liz Stephens               Cumberlands (Ky.)     Sr.        Tockington, United Kingdom
Bri-ann Tokariwski     Cumberlands (Ky.)     Jr.        Winnepeg, Manitoba
MacKenzie Cunningham Embry-Riddle (Fla.) So.     Carmel, Ind.
Sophie Olley               Embry-Riddle (Fla.)    Jr.        Leeds, England
Heather Shake             Houston-Victoria (Texas) Fr. Pearland, Texas
Rebecka Holmstrom   Northwood (Fla.)        Fr.        Sweden
Bri LaFoca                  Northwood (Fla.)        Jr.        Dallas, Pa.
Anna Mikish               Oklahoma City            Fr.        Choctaw, Okla.
Kailey Campbell         Oklahoma City            Fr.        Oktasha, Okla.
Mariona Maeso           SCAD-Savannah (Ga.) Fr.      Barcelona, Spain
Jodie Peacock                         William Woods (Mo.) So.       Nottinghamshire, England

Third Team
Player                         School                         Cl.       Hometown
Maria Saavedra           Bellevue (Neb.)           So.       Mexico City, Mexico
Natalia Soria               Bellevue (Neb.)           So.       La Paz, Bolivia
Charlene Dubois         Bellevue (Neb.)           So.       Salbris, France
Casara Hong               British Columbia         Sr.        Calgary, Alberta
Heather Wiquist          Embry-Riddle (Fla.)    Sr.        Bluffton, S.C.
Tamina Romer             Indiana Tech               Fr.        Dusseldorf, Germany
Courtney Dye                         Indiana Tech               Fr.        Williamsburg, Mich.
Paulina Bergbom         Northwood (Fla.)        Fr.        Sweden
Micaela Johansson      Northwood (Fla.)        So.       Sweden
Katie-Lee Wilson        Oklahoma City            Fr.        Owasso, Okla.
Katy Peterson                         Rocky Mountain (Mont.) Sr. Glendive, Montana
Samantha O’Donnell   USC-Beaufort (S.C.) Jr.         Hilton Head Island, S.C.
Demi Coertze              William Penn (Iowa) So.         Johannesburg, South Africa
Alejandra Ferrer          William Woods (Mo.) So.       Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Jamie Palermo             William Woods (Mo.) Sr.        Santa Fe, N.M.
 
 

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