McIntyre wins NAC Women’s Golf Player of the Year honors

MILWAUKEE, Ill. - Muriel McIntyre earned Northern Athletics Conference Women's Golf Player of the Year award after winning medalist honors Tuesday at the conference championship at St. Andrews Golf Course.

McIntyre fired a NAC single-round record 1-under-par 70 to finish at 7-over for the tournament - 32 strokes better than second place. It was her four-consecutive NAC Player of the Year award, which makes her only the second student-athlete in conference history to win the award four times.

McIntyre (Penticton, British Columbia, Canada) led the field with 33 pars and seven birdies, while finishing 1-under on par 5s at the NAC Championship. She concluded her senior year with a 77.9 stroke average - 8.7 strokes better than the next best golfer - and nine rounds in the 70s. McIntyre's career average was 81.6 (3,142 strokes, 38.5 rounds).

The following is a list of McIntyre's impressive career accolades and numbers:
Four NAC Player of the Year awards (consecutive)
Four NAC Championship medalist honors (consecutive)
Four NAC Player of the Week awards
The lowest single-season scoring average in NAC history (77.91)
NAC Championship single-round score (70)
NAC Championship single-round relative to par (70)
15 medalist finishes in multiple team tournaments
14 rounds with a score in the 70s