Westerfield Named Kim Moore Spirit Award Winner; Luloff Honorable Mention All-America

Westerfield Named Kim Moore Spirit Award Winner; Luloff Honorable Mention All-America

Greencastle, Ind. - A pair of DePauw student-athletes were recognized at the annual Women's Golf Coaches Association Division III Awards Banquet as part of the Division III Championships.

Senior Kenzlie Westerfield (Lebanon, Ind./Lebanon) concluded her collegiate career by being chosen at the Women's Golf Coaches Association Division III Kim Moore Spirit Award winner.

Westerfield joins past DePauw recpients Sarah Gates (2006) and Camila Romero (2013) of the award which was first presented in 2005. The purpose of the award is to recognize and honor a student-athlete or coach who exemplifies a great spirit toward the game of golf, a positive attitude on and off the golf course, a role model for her team and mental toughness in facing challenges.

Sophomore Larisa Luloff (Cary, Ill./Cary-Grove) earned honorable mention all-America accolades in addition to a spot on the all-Great Lakes Region team. Luloff paced the Tigers with a 77.68 stroke average in 22 rounds of play. In 10 events she posted eight top-10 finishes including five in the top-five. Her best round of 71 came in the second round of the Dan Quayle Collegiate Classic.

Luloff earned all-North Coast Athletic Conference honors for the second straight year after finishing third with a three-round 236 at the April Championships.