Former Arizona State golfer Alexandra Forsterling named Golfweek’s 2022 Most Improved Player powered by Rapsodo

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With both a fall and spring season, college golfers have ample time and opportunities to improve their game and subsequently their ranking.

As men’s and women’s teams across the U.S. prepare for the start of the 2022-23 season, Golfweek has teamed up with Rapsodo to show just how much a player can improve over the course of a college golf season with the inaugural Most Improved Players powered by Rapsodo. The award winners were decided by using the Golfweek/Sagarin Women’s Collegiate Individual Rankings to determine which player improved the most by percentage from the 2020-21 season to the 2021-22 season.

Alexandra Forsterling had a great senior season at Arizona State that saw her rise from No. 103 to No. 5 in the rankings, a 95.15 percent improvement. The native of Berlin, Germany, recorded seven top-10 finishes and helped ASU advance to the NCAA Championship. She picked up one victory, coming at the PING/ASU Invitational and also finished second at the Match in the Desert. Forsterling tied for fifth at regionals and was named a Golfweek First Team All-American, recording a 71.56 scoring average.

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