CARROLLTON, Ga. - For the second time in her career, Franziska Bremm has earned an All-American honor as she put an exclamation point on her career by being named Honorable Mention All-America by the Women's Golf Coaches Association.

Bremm finished her career, averaging 73.78 as a senior, placing in the top-10 in seven of nine tournaments on the year, while winning three, including her second career individual medalist honors at the Gulf South Conference Tournament.

For her career, Bremm won 10 events and averaged 74.39 in 96 career rounds. Bremm, a three-time Gulf South Conference Player of the Year, also holds individual school records for a single round, a 36-hole tournament, and a 54 hole tournament.

Bremm was also an All-American in 2017 as she became UWG's second ever women's golf All-American, joining Stephanie Bennett. With this honor, she becomes the first ever two-time All-American in UWG history and the fifth in the history of the Gulf South Conference.

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