Four Tartans Named to All-UAA Squad: Yeoh Honored on Top Team
(ROCHESTER, N.Y.) - The Carnegie Mellon University women's golf team had four athletes honored by the University Athletic Association's (UAA) coaches on the All-UAA team when the awards were announced. Sophomore Kaylin Yeoh headlined the squad for the Tartans as a first-team selection. Joining Yeoh on the team is senior Alexis Sudjianto and sophomores Sriya Mupparaju and Sense Sangkagoon as second-team honorees. This marks the fourth straight season Sudjianto has been honored by the league coaches with Yeoh and Mupparaju being recognized for the second straight season.
The four have helped the fifth-ranked Tartans to their third straight and fourth appearance in program history to the 2023 NCAA Division III Women's Golf Championships.
Yeoh currently has the second lowest scoring average for the Cardinal and Gray with a 76.6 through 14 rounds. She recorded her season-low round of one-over par 73 at the Golfweek DIII Fall Invitational. At the UAA Match Play Championship, the sophomore won her opening match 2-up over Caraline Oakley of WashU.
Sudjianto has a scoring average of 76.9 through 14 rounds. On two occasions this season, the senior has carded a season-best round of even par 72. At the UAA Match Play Championship, Sudjianto won her opening match 3&2 over Irene Wang of Emory.
Mupparaju finished the regular season leading the team in scoring average for the second straight year with a 76.2 in 14 rounds of play. She won both of her matches at the UAA Championships and posted a season-low round of one-under par 71 to open play at the Jekyll Island Collegiate. Her 54-hole score of 221 at Jekyll placed her tied for third individually and was the fourth-best 36-hole score in program history.
Sangkagoon has a scoring average of 76.7 through 14 rounds for the Cardinal and Gray. Twice this season, at the Montgomery Country Club Women's Intercollegiate and Golfweek, she carded a career-low round of two-under par 70. Her one-over par 217 at Golfweek tied her for the best 54-hole tournament score in program history.