Emilie Burger was named All-America by Golfweek during each of her four seasons in Athens.
June 5, 2013
ATHENS, Ga. --- Georgia's Emilie Burger and Manuela Carbajo Ré were tabbed third-team and honorable mention All-America, respectively, by Golfweek magazine on Wednesday.
Burger, a senior from Hoschton, Ga., led the Bulldogs in virtually every statistical category during the 2012-13 campaign. In 11 tournaments, Burger earned medalist honors at both the Mason Rudolph Championship and the Bryan National Collegiate and posted five top-10 and nine top-20 individual finishes.
Last week, Burger was named second-team All-America by the Women's Golf Coaches Association (WGCA), becoming the third four-time honoree in the program's history. Burger was named All-America by Golfweek during each of her four seasons in Athens, securing third-team honors as a freshman and senior, honorable mention status as a sophomore and second-team selection as a junior.
Carbajo Ré, a freshman from Necochea, Argentina, was the only Georgia golfer to record a perfect 100 percent counting percentage during 2012-13. She finished the season with a 74.04 stroke average, including eight par-or-better efforts among her 27 rounds. Carbajo Ré produced three top-10 and six top-20 individual efforts in nine tournaments played.