WILMINGTON, North Carolina – Seniors Laverry Kumar and Jeanne Metivier have been recognized by Women’s Golf Coaches Association as All-American Scholars for 2013-14.

Kumar and Metivier were included in the list of 664 women's collegiate golfers at the Division I, II and III levels recognized with the prestigious honor. The criteria for selection to the NGCA All-American Scholar Team are some of the most stringent in all of college athletics as recipients must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50 and appear in at least half of the team's regular season events.

Kumar was honored after fashioning an 80.00 stroke average in 19 rounds during her senior campaign. The New Delhi, India, native carded a season-low 75 on two occasions and posted her best result of the season with a 20th-place finish at the 2014 CAA Women’s Golf Championship in April.

A two-time Second-Team All-CAA selection, Kumar graduated with Cum Laude distinction in May after compiling a 3.54 cumulative grade point average in Business Administration.

Metivier, meanwhile, was honored for the third consecutive season after posting an 85.91 stroke average in 12 rounds. The Arcachon, France, golfer carded a season-low 78 at the Windy City Collegiate Classic in October and turned in her best result of season with 49th-place finish at the UNCW Seahawk Classic in April.

A Business Administration major with a concentration in Economics and Finance, Metivier graduated with Summa Cum Laude merit after recording a 3.98 GPA. She was named to the inaugural CAA All-Academic Team for women’s golf in April.