EUGENE, Ore. – Junior Cassy Isagawa has earned Golfweek honorable mention All-American accolades, the golf publication announced Tuesday. Isagawa – a native of Wailuku, Hawaii – has shattered the UO record books in three years with the team and is now a two-time All-American and three-time All-Pac-12 honoree.
Isagawa led the Ducks for a third straight season this year with a 72.95 round average, while leading the team in counting scores (36), top 10 finishes (7) and rounds at or below par (16). She earned second team All-Pac-12 honors and helped head coach Ria Scott and the Ducks break the program record for lowest team average score in program history.
Isagawa has tallied the top three scoring averages in UO history and has provided a counting score in 104-of-107 career rounds. Isagawa is one of four Ducks ever to receive three All-Pac-12 honors. Isagawa was also recognized by Golfweek following her freshman season, when she was named to the All-American first team and to the All-Freshman team.
After qualifying to NCAA Regionals for the seventh straight campaign, Oregon is slated to lose one letter winner while returning Isagawa and four other starters for the 2014-15 season.