The Women’s Golf Coaches Association has announced the recipients of the 2022 Inkster Award for Divisions II and III.
The Inkster Award recognizes the highest ranked women's collegiate golfer on Golfstat in her final year of NCAA eligibility. The award is presented separately to the top Division I, II and III players. The recipient must be academically eligible per NCAA rules and have played a minimum of 12 rounds during the year.
Division II Inkster Award
Alice Götbring, Barry University
Götbring, a native of Vaxholm, Sweden, finished the 2021-22 season as the top-ranked player on Golfstat with a scoring average of 72.79. She won five tournaments, including the Sunshine State Conference Championship and the NCAA South Regional, to tie the school record for most wins in a single season. The 2021-22 Division II PING WGCA Player of the Year ended the season by finishing in the top-two in five of her last six events.
Division III Inkster Award
Jillian Drinkard, Methodist University
Drinkard posted a scoring average of 72.09 to finish the 2021-22 season ranked second on Golfstat. The Appomattox, Virginia native earned WGCA First-Team All-America honors after finishing in the top-10 in all nine tournaments during the season. The USA south Player of the Year won three tournaments and finished in a tie for third at the NCAA Championships.