Notre Dame opens season at 8:30 a.m. (ET) Saturday with first two rounds of Michigan State tournament.
Armstrong, Kottkamp and Reaney earn $7,500 academic grants for continuing education.
Armstrong is third Irish golfer to earn four WGCA honors; Campbell collects second consecutive citation.
Notre Dame tied for second with eight honorees in past two years.
Notre Dame's three-time Academic All-America golfer prepared for next phase of life.
The Notre Dame women's golf team is spending eight days (Aug. 9-17) enjoying the sights and sounds of Ireland.
Images of the Fighting Irish during the run to another NCAA tournament.
IN THE NOTRE DAME RECORD BOOK: Just 11th student-athlete in Notre Dame athletics history (and first Fighting Irish women's golfer) to be a three-time Academic All-America selection … third Notre Dame student-athlete to be a four-time Women's Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) All-America Scholar Team choice … ranks third in program history with 74.98 career stroke average, one of three Notre Dame golfers ever to record career mark of better than 75.00 (minimum of 35 rounds played) ... fifth in Fighting Irish annals with 93.1 percent of her career rounds (108 of 116) counting towards the team score ... seventh in school history with 13 career team-leading tournament efforts ... one of only two golfers in program history with three medalist finishes (Katie Brophy also won three events from 2002-06) ... one of three Fighting Irish golfers to post multiple seasons with a sub-75 stroke average ... one of just four Notre Dame golfers to compete in four NCAA regionals.
AS A SENIOR: Team captain ... earned Capital One Academic All-America Second Team status for second year in a row and claimed her third Academic All-America certificate in as many seasons ... Women's Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) All-America Scholar Team choice … CoSIDA Academic All-District V First Team selection ... Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Postgraduate Scholarship recipient ... All-ACC Academic Team selection ... Byron V. Kanaley Award recipient (second in program history and first since Shannon Byrne in 2004) ... second on team and 13th in ACC with career-low 74.10 stroke average (fourth-lowest single-season mark in program history) ... collected team-leading four top-10 finishes (and six top-25 placements) in 10 tournaments ... tied for team lead with seven rounds under par (four in the 60s) and was second on team with nine total rounds at par or better ... tied for second on team with 28 of 30 rounds (.933) counting to team score ... opened season with ninth-place finish at Mary Fossum Invitational, carding 12-over par 228 (78-73-77), helping Irish to team title ... tied for 43rd place at Schooner Fall Classic with season-low six-over par 216 (78-69-69), posting season-low 18-hole scores in final two rounds while helping Irish to school-record team gross score of 846 (+6) and two lowest single-round team gross scores in school history (277 and 279 in final two rounds) ... tied for 41st place at the Mercedes-Benz Championship with 15-over par 228 (76-78-74) ... posted season-best tie for eighth at Landfall Tradition while matching career-low tournament score at one-under par 215 (69-75-71) ... began spring season by nearly duplicating performance from Landfall Tradition with career low-tying one-under par 215 (71-72-72) and tie for 10th place at Westbrook Spring Invitational -- marked first time in her college career she has shot par or better in all three rounds of a tournament ... registered tie for eighth place at Clover Cup with seven-over par 223 (76-71-76), securing the ninth top-10 finish of career ... led team by tying for 18th place at LSU Tiger Classic with nine-over par 225 (80-69-76), the second-round total matching her season-low mark ... tied for 18th place at Bryan National Collegiate with 10-over par 226 (74-76-76) ... turned in consistent performance at ACC Championship, earning share of 26th place at four-over par 220 (73-73-74) ... capped career with tie for 41st place at NCAA South Bend Regional at 11-over par 227 (77-75-75).
AS A JUNIOR: Team captain ... finished the season with a 75.59 average over 29 rounds in 10 tournaments ... named to Capital One Academic All-America Second Team, her second consecutive Academic All-America citation … chosen for All-ACC Academic Team ... WGCA All-America Scholar Team pick … tied for 35th in her first-ever ACC Championship ... had four even or under par rounds over the course of the season ... posted one top-10 finish and three top-25 finishes throughout the season ... played in four tournaments and 11 rounds over the course of the fall season, carding an average of 74.54 ... finished in a tie for second place at the Mary Fossum Invitational with a four-over-par score of 220 (76-75-69) ... also came in a tie for 16th place at the elite Landfall Tradition with a score of 224 (74-74-76) ... fired off a three-below-par round at the Mary Fossum Invitational.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Finished the year with a 74.64 season stroke average through 10 tournaments (seventh-best single-season mark in program history entering 2015-16 season) ... posted the fourth-best season stroke average in the history of the program through all 28 counted rounds ... selected as a member of the Capital One Academic All-America Third Team (after earning first-team all-district honors) … tapped for WGCA All-America Scholar Team. ... named Golfweek Women's National Player of the Week for the week of March 25-31 ... earned second consecutive all-BIG EAST citation by unanimous vote ... earned the back-to-back BIG EAST Women's Golf Player of the Week (March 21, March 28) ... reached as high as No. 72 in Golfstat's rankings over the course of the season... finished with three even and three-under par rounds ... posted three top-10 finishes and seven top-25 finishes ... fired one under par tournament ... at the conclusion of the season overtook the lead of career top-25 finishes among active golfers with 12... tied for 96th place at the NCAA East Regional finishing with a 234 (+18) ... tied for fifth at the BIG EAST Championship firing a three-over-par 219 ... led the Irish to a first-place team finish earning medalist honors at the Briar's Creek Invitational ... compiled two even or under par rounds at Briar's Creek (71-72) tallying a winning score of a one-over-par 217 ... was the medalist at the Insperity Lady Jaguar swinging toward a one-under (215) ... fired all three rounds under par at the Lady Jaguar including a 69 in the second round ... tied for 12th at the Mary Fossum Invitational shooting a 224 (+8) ... tied for 13th at the Susie Maxwell Berning Classic ... tied for 16th at the SMU Invitational with a 230 (+14) ... turned in a 227 (+11) scorecard at the Seminole Match Up ... at the Clover Cup shot a four-over (220) to tie for 19th ... shot a 77 (+5) at the Landfall Tradition, tying for 43rd place.
AS A FRESHMAN: Finished season with 75.62 stroke average playing in all 29 rounds ... BIG EAST Championship Medalist ... BIG EAST Rookie of the Year award recipient ... named to all-BIG EAST team … earned WGCA All-America Scholar Team nod and helped team set record for highest combined grade-point average in Notre Dame athletics history (3.776 GPA) … qualified for the 2012 U.S. Women's Open where she shot a (162/+18) and missed the cut ... in her first round donning the blue and gold fired an opening round 73 at the Golfweek Conference Challenge ... finished the Challenge with a three-day total, 231 (+15), to tie for 34th ... at the Tar Heel Invitational recorded her first tournament with three rounds in the 70's (78-74-73) ... her +9 (225) performance in Chapel Hill, N.C., at the Finley Golf Course placed her 55th in a field of 100 ... teed it up at the legendary Crooked Stick Golf Course in Carmel, Ind., in the Hoosier Invitational ... led tournament after firing two rounds of 75-71 before running into some trouble on the final day to finish in a tie for 23rd (233/+17) ... in final event on the fall docket in Wilmington, N.C., finished in a tie for 62nd after a +24 (240) showing at the Landfall Tradition at the Country Club of Landfall ... game started to take shape in the spring season, bettering her fall average by over three strokes ... began spring season with a team-leading 148 (+6) total in the rain-shortened Darius Rucker Intercollegiate ... tallied her second-consecutive T-14th finish after firing a three-round total of 225 (+9) at LSU Tiger Classic in Baton Rouge, La. ... recorded lowest round in Irish career (and tied for third-lowest in school history) with opening-round 67 at Notre Dame Clover Cup in Mesa, Ariz. (T-16th) ... fired a team-leading 216 (E) en route to T-13 finish at Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic in Athens, Ga. ... captured individual BIG EAST Championship trophy after a three-round total, 223 (+7) in Orlando at the Reunion Resort and Golf Club ... no Irish golfer fared better at the NCAA Central Regional in Columbus, Ohio, firing a 228 (+12, T-26th).
PREP & PERSONAL: Four-year letter winner at Homewood-Flossmoor High School in Flossmoor, Ill. ... selected team MVP all four years ... ranked among the top-50 juniors entering Notre Dame (Jr. Golf Scoreboard Ranking) ... won 2011 Women's Western Golf Association National Junior Championship ... two-time Hewlett- Packard American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) All-American honoree ... earned eight top-10 finishes in AJGA events ... victorious at 2011 AJGA Boyne Championship ... included second-place finishes in 2010 Randy Wise Junior Open, 2009 Flossmoor Junior Open and 2008 Future Legends tournament ... three-time Illinois Junior Golf Association Player of the Year (2006-08) ... led high school to 2009 Illinois State Championship ... Illinois state runners-up in 2008 and 2010 ... accumulated 22 match victories and five rounds under par in her prep career at Homewood-Flossmoor ... ranked fourth out of 707 students in high school graduating class with a perfect 4.0 GPA ... daughter of Dean and Carolyn Armstrong ... graduated in May 2015 from Notre Dame's College of Engineering with her bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and a 3.9 cumulative GPA ... member of Dean's List.
Armstrong's Career Statistics