SAA Alum is NCAA Champion
25 May, 2021
St. Agnes Academy alumna Rachel Heck, Class of 2020, won the NCAA Division I Golf championship at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona this week. A freshman at Stanford, Rachel, became only the third player in history to sweep the postseason by winning conference, regionals and nationals.
We are so proud of this amazing Star and look forward to watching her career!
Click to watch an interview with Rachel.
Rachel's Golf Accomplishments Prior to College:
- Five-time AJGA Rolex All-American
- Two-time USA Today high school Golfer of the Year
- 2020 U.S. Women's Amateur medalist
- 2019 LPGA ANA Inspiration competitor
- 2019 Junior Solheim Cup champion with Team USA
- 2018 LPGA Evian Championship's youngest competitor at age 16; made the cut and finished T44, lowest amateur
- 2018 Junior Ryder Cup champion with Team USA
- 2018 AJGA Polo Golf Junior Classic champion
- 2018 Kathy Whitworth Invitational champion
- 2017 Rolex Junior Player of the Year
- 2017 U.S. Women's Open's youngest competitor at age 15; made the cut and finished T33
- 2017 AJGA Rolex Junior Girls champion
- 2017 Junior Solheim Cup champion with Team USA
- 2016 Bubba Conlee Invitational champion
- Has played multiple events with fellow classmate Sadie Engelman, winning the 2018 Greenwood Cup as partners and making it to the semifinals of the 2019 USGA Women's Four-Ball Championship
- Thirteen Top-5 finishes in AJGA Invitationals
- Five-year varsity golfer who played on the team from eighth grade on
- Five-time state champions as a team
- Four-time state champion as an individual
- Four-time individual regional champion
- Memphis Commercial Appeal's Female Golfer of the Year (2017-19)
- Memphis Commercial Appeal's Female Athlete of the Year (2019)
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