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Vote For Stacy Lewis To Win Best Female Golfer ESPY

It's a public vote, so share with your friends! Family! Coworkers! Lewis is the first American LPGA Player of the Year since 1994, so this is a vote for America!

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Former Razorback Stacy Lewis is up for the Female Golfer of the Year award at this year's ESPY ceremony.

You can vote for Stacy here. You have to find the "Female Golfer of the Year" among the list of categories and click on Lewis' picture. Then submit.

If you don't know Lewis' story, this isn't just us being Razorback homers. Lewis was the LPGA Player of the Year in 2012 after winning four tournaments and finishing in the Top 10 in three of the year's majors - including a runner-up finish in the LPGA Championship.

Her performance kept her among the elite in the women's golf world rankings, eventually reaching the #1 spot earlier this year.

Also in 2012, she became the first female member of the Razorback Foundation's Century Circle after donating $100,000 to the Arkansas golf program. (Yo, Joe Johnson, hows about a little help for a basketball practice facility? All the cool former Hogs are doing it.)

While at Arkansas, Lewis won a school record 12 collegiate events. She was the 2005 SEC Freshman of the Year, the 2007 NCAA Division I National Champion and the 2008 SEC Championship Individual Medalist and Player of the Year.