Tomorrow night we will honor our 17th inductee, Brooke Albers, into the All-American Wall of Fame between the JV and Varsity Boys Basketball game v. Fort Recovery.
Brooke graduated from Fort Loramie High School in 2010. As a student here she earned numerous academic and athletic honors. After graduation Brooke moved on to The University of Findlay where she continued her great success both in athletics and academics. As a member of the University of Findlay Golf team, Brooke earned numerous honors.
Academically, Brooke was a 4-time All-American Scholar Athlete, named to the dean’s list every semester, finished her undergraduate degree with Magna Cum Laude honors in Pre Physical Therapy, was a member of the Women’s Golf team who had the 2nd highest GPA nationally among all Divisions during her Junior Year, and is currently in her 5th year of graduate school, working to be a Doctor of Physical Therapy
Athletically, Brooke was a 4-time GLIAC performer earning 1st team honors her senior year, became the only 2-time All –East Region performer in women’s golf school history, and is also the 1st female golfer in school history to qualify for the National Championship as both an individual in 2012 and member of the team 2014 at the Division II level.
Brooke also holds a place in the record books at the University of Findlay with the 3rd and 9th lowest single season scoring averages (78.76 and 80.46 respectively), 3rd lowest career scoring average in program history (80.47), and is tied for the lowest 54 hole tournament score in program history (225).
Brooke, we congratulate you on your tremendous accomplishments and welcome you as the 17th member of the All-American Wall of Fame!