|Furman's Natalie Srinivasan finished this women's golf season|
as the nation's No. 1-ranked player. Photo courtesy of Furman
- April 15 - Srinivasan receives the Winston Babb Memorial Award, which is given by the Furman chapter of Omicron Delta Kappa to the woman in each class who's demonstrated the most outstanding qualities of leadership.
- April 21 - Srinivasan is the seventh Furman women's golfer to earn first team All-America honors and the first since 1998.
- April 24 - Srinivasan becomes Furman's first female athlete to earn a national player of the year honor with the PING WGCA Player of the Year award, which has gone to the top women's golfer in the country each year since 1987. Srinivasan is the the fifth Paladin to earn a national player of the year, joining Frank Selvy (men's basketball in 1954), Brad Faxon (men's golf in 1982), Jeff Blankenship (football in 1988) and Louis Ivory (football in 2000).
- May 8 - Srinivasan earns the Golfweek ANNIKA award, which is named in honor of Annika Sorenstam and has been presented annually to the nation's top female collegiate golfer since 2014. Votes of current players, coaches and media determine the winner, who receives an exemption to compete in the 2021 Evian Championship on the LPGA Tour.
- May 15 - Srinivasan collects the inaugural Juli Inkster Senior award. This goes to the highest-ranked women's collegiate golfer among seniors per Golfstat and Golfweek Sagarin ratings. As the award winner, Srinivasan receives a sponsor exemption to compete at the next Cambia Portland Classic and a two-day mentorship retreat with Inkster.
- June 17 - Srinivasan receives SoCon Female Athlete of the Year honors. She's the ninth Paladin to earn the award and first golfer since Caroline Peek in 1994.
- June 24 - Srinivasan is one of 62 Paladins named to the SoCon's Spring Academic All-Conference team. She graduated summa cum laude with a degree in health sciences and a 3.90 grade point average.