University of North Carolina golfer Allie White was selected to the 2012 National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) All-America Scholar team. This is White's third appearance on the team as she was also named a NGCA All-America Scholar in 2009 and 2011.
White, who graduated in May, played in all 11 of Carolina's tournaments this past year and carded six top-30 finishes including four in the top 20. Her top performance came at the ACC Championships where she placed sixth. This past spring she also tied for 10th place at the Darius Rucker Intercollegiate. White tied for 15th place at the Tar Heel Invitational, tied for 16th at the Mason Rudolph Fall Preview, tied for 22nd at the Cougar Classic and tied for 28th at the Central District Invitational. She also tied for 35th at the NCAA West Regional, tied for 40th at the LSU Golf Classic, tied for 65th at the Bryan National Collegiate, tied for 66th at The Landfall Tradition and tied for 71st at the NCAA Championships.
White finished the year with a 75.12 stroke average. She carded four even par rounds and two under-par rounds, including one in the 60s. White was selected to the 2009 and 2011 All-ACC teams, was a 2009 Golfweek All-America Honorable Mention and named to the All-ACC Academic Women's Golf team in 2009, 2011 and 2012. She also represented the women's golf team as the 2012 Athletic Director's Scholar-Athlete.White was one of eight ACC women's golfers to receive this prestigious honor. The others were Duke's Courtney Ellenbogen, Maryland's Hayley Brown and Christine Shimel, NC State's Amanda Baker and Virginia's Nicole Agnello, Elizabeth Brightwell and Lauren Greenlief.