Josephine Stalvant
Josephine Stalvant
Year: 1994-97
Team: Women's Golf

Stalvant was a four-year letter winner from 1994-97 and is the first women's golfer inducted into the Lynn University Hall of Fame. During her time with the Blue and White she posted an 80.7 scoring average, became a three-time All-American (1995-97), won three team national championships and one individual championship. She recorded a team best 80.89 stroke average in the 1994-95 season, earning Team MVP honors, winning the NAIA Individual Title and NAIA National Championship. She improved her scoring average in 1995-96, helping her team to their second consecutive NAIA National Championship while also being named the Lynn Female Scholar Student-Athlete of the Year. In the program's first year in the NCAA, she lowered her scoring average to a career-low 78.35 and helped guide her team to a third national title as well as Team MVP honors.