FARGO, N.D. (AP) -- Amy Anderson has added yet another prize to her long list of achievements, winning the North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association (NDAPSSA) special achievement award. This is her third time being honored by the NDAPSSA. The recent college graduate, former NDSU golf star, and newly turned professional athlete has become accostumed to success throughout her young career. While she is now experiencing the thrills of the professional life, such as earning a paycheck with the stroke of her iron, she is also able to stay grounded with her dad and brother alternating as caddies. Anderson displayed part of her perfectionist character during a recent appearance on the Jack Michaels Show. When asked what she regretted more, the lone B she earned in college or missing out on an extra $1000 by one stroke, she immediately answered 'the B.'
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