Two women's golfers named to NGCA All-American Scholar Team

<p> The members of the women's golf team has continued to collect awards even two months after the Sun Devils took home their seventh NCAA Championship. All-Americans <a href="">Az… Munoz</a> and <a href="">J… Murcia</a> were named to the NGCA All-American Scholar Team.</p><separator></separator><p>Munoz has accumulated numerous academic awards this past season. The women's golf program most recent graduate was recently named an Academic All-American by ESPN the Magazine and Pac-10 Scholar of the Year. The Spaniard, who recently won the British Amateur over Sun Devil teammate and compatriot <a href="">… Ciganda</a>, finished her psychology degree with a 3.98. Munoz also collected Pac-10 All-Academic. The first double-winner of the Edith Munson Cumming Award, this is her fourth time Munoz has been named to the NGCA All-American Scholar team.</p><separator></separator><p>Murcia, a second-team All-American, earned her third NGCA All-Scholar honor. A sculptor major who has had some of her work featured in art galleries in Phoenix, Murcia finished her junior year with a 3.77. She has been named to the Pac-10 First-Team All-Academic Team for the past two seasons.</p><separator></separator><p>Golf Program Grades Improvement Over Past Four Years <br />The ASU golf program's team grade point average has drastically improved over the past five years. The Sun Devils had a team GPA of 3.54 after the spring season this past year.</p><separator></separator><p>GPA's After Spring Grades Over the Past Five Seasons:</p><separator></separator>2004-05: 3.12<br /> 2005-06: 3.15<br /> 2006-07: 3.22<br /> 2007-08: 3.26<br /> 2008-09: 3.54<br /><br /> <!-- STORY AD BEGINS HERE --></p>