Chuasiriporn inducted into the WGCA Player Hall of Fame
LAS VEGAS, Nev. – On Sunday night at the Planet Hollywood Resort in Las Vegas, Nev., Former Duke golfer and four-time American Jenny Chuasiriporn was inducted into the Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) Hall of Fame.
Chuasiriporn, along with Lizette Salas of Southern California and Kristen White of Ohio State, became the 79th, 80th, and 81st members of the WGCA Players Hall of Fame.
Head Coach Duke Dan Brooks, associate head coach Jon Whithaus and 2017 Blue Devil graduate student Sandy Choi were present for the introduction.
During her four years at Duke, Chuasiriporn helped lead the Blues to four ACC championships and the 1999 NCAA Title. She won the ACC Rookie of the Year title in 1996 before going on to win the Bridge title. ACC Player of the Year for three consecutive seasons (1997, 1998, 1999). Timonium, Md., Indigenous is also the first player in convention history to win multiple ACC individual championships after winning consecutive titles in 1996 and 1997.
A four-time All-American WGCA, including Team One in honor of her final three seasons, Chuasiriporn
ended his senior year by winning the Golfstat Cup after leading the nation in stroke average (72.94). The 1998 US Open women’s runner-up is now fourth in school history with seven career wins.
Chuasiriporn has joined former players Duke Liz Janangelo (2019), Virada Nirapathpongporn (2016) and Amanda Blumenherst (2015) as members of the WGCA Players Hall of Fame.
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