A total of 664 women's collegiate golfers across all three NCAA divisions were recognized with the prestigious award.
"Taylor and Maddie are the definition of student-athlete," said head coach Brenda Howe. "Not only do they excel on the golf course, but they also go above and beyond in the classroom. As a coach, it's an honor to work with players that maintain an amazing balance of competitiveness, a high level of academic success, and a high moral character."
To qualify for the award, student-athletes must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.50 and must have appeared in 50-percent of their team's competitive rounds. Student-athletes must also have attended their institution for an entire academic year, and must be of high moral character and in good standing at their institution.
Crandall played in all but one tournament for the Eagles this past season after transferring from Grossmont College. She had her best showing at the Red Rocks Invitational, tying for ninth with a score of +5 (149).
In her second year with the program, Dodge competed in all nine of Eastern's tournaments this past season. She had an outstanding showing at the Big Sky Championship, tying for the best score on the team while placing in a tie for 22nd.
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