Amy (Summers) Pollack
Women's Golf, 1988-92
Pollack became Ferris first National Golf Coaches Association Women's All-American following a third-place finish at the 1992 NCAA-II Championships. The Kalkaska native currently ranks among FSU's all-time leaders in single-season stroke average as she posted an 80.0 stroke average in 1991-92 over 19 rounds of play. She placed 95th overall at the 1992 NCAA Division I Championships after leading FSU to a fourth place Division II team finish in its first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance. She was the first FSU women's golfer to advance to nationals on an individual basis. Pollack, who received Ferris' team Most Valuable Player Award four times, continues to rank among the school's all-time leaders with an 84.78 career stroke average over 50 rounds. She led the Bulldogs in stroke average all four seasons she played. In her junior campaign (1990-91), she compiled an 87.17 average over 12 rounds of play. As a sophomore (1989-90), Pollack shot 88.56 in nine rounds. She totaled an 87.60 effort while playing 10 rounds in her freshman season (1988-89). Pollack, who garnered FSU's Bulldog Award for dedication and hard work in her final campaign, was the individual medallist in the 1991 Michigan Wolverine Invitational. She currently serves as as PGA Head Golf Professional at the Boulder Creek Golf Club and lives in Grand Rapids along with her husband, Joe, and son, Samuel.