Forum staff reports, Published July 25 2013
Amy Anderson moves to next step in NCAA awardFARGO – Former North Dakota State standout golfer Amy Anderson was chosen as the Summit League’s representative for the NCAA Woman of the Year.
Each school is allowed to nominate one candidate for the award, which recognizes not only the athletics achievements of outstanding young women, but also their academic achievements, community service and leadership.
In August, the Woman of the Year selection committee will select the top 10 honorees in each division from the current pool of conference representatives. In September, the selection committee will announce the top nine finalists (three from each division), and the NCAA Committee on Women’s Athletics will vote from amongst those finalists to determine the 2013 Woman of the Year.