CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID) released its 2017 All-State Women's Golf team on Monday afternoon and Washington and Lee junior Liza Freed (Alexandria, Va. / St. Stephen's & St. Agnes) was among those honored.
Freed was named to the second team all-state squad for the second straight year. The team recognizes all collegiate players in the state regardless of classification. Bridgewater junior Christina Herbert was selected as the VaSID Player of the Year, while James Madison first-year Lauren Comegys was tabbed the VaSID Rookie of the Year. Old Dominion's Mallory Hetzel was recognized as the VaSID Coach of the Year.
Freed had another fantastic year in 2016-17, earning First Team All-ODAC, WGCA First Team All-East Region and WGCA First Team All-America honors. She totaled a 76.94 scoring average across 18 rounds and finished her junior campaign ranked 31st in the GolfStat Division III rankings.
Competing in the NCAA Division III championship for the third time in her career, Freed finished in a tie for 49th-place out of 116 golfers at this year's championship with a +41 score of 84-78-80-87—329.
Washington and Lee finished the season ranked 18th in the GolfStat Division III rankings.