ATHENS, Ga. — Georgia fifth-year seniors Jenny Bae and Jo Hua Hung both have been named All-Americans by Golfweek. The publication featured Bae as a first-team honoree and Hung as an honorable mention selection.
Bae was named All-America by Golfweek for the third straight season. She finished the 2022-23 campaign ranked No. 5 individually by both Golfweek and GolfStat and won the Juli Inkster Award as the nation’s top female golfer in her final season of eligibility. Bae also was named first-team All-America by the Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) and was a finalist for the ANNIKA Award, the Honda Award and WGCA/PING National Player of the Year.
Hung recorded top-20 individual finishes in seven of 11 events during the 2022-23 season. She shot 2-under 142 to win the Lady Bulldog Individual Championship and alsofinished as runner-up at the San Diego State Classic and fourth at the NCAA Athens Regional. Hung compiled a 72.72 stroke average, which ranks No. 13 all-time in Georgia history, and recorded 16 par-or-better tallies over 32 rounds.
All told, 15 Georgia golfers have now been named All-America a combined 30 times by Golfweek since the publication began naming a team in 2006. Bae is one of four Bulldogs to be honored three or more times, joining Marta Silva Zamora, Emilie Burger and Jillian Hollis.