Tulsa -- A two-year letterwinner . . . transferred to Tulsa at mid-semester 2003-04 . . . played in 16 tournaments at Tulsa, and placed among the top-15 in 10 of those events . . . played three semesters at Murray State before transferring to Tulsa . . . has won nine career collegiate tournaments and has placed among the top-10 in 18 career tournaments.
2004-05 -- Played in 10 of 11 tournaments . . . had a team-leading 74.2 stroke average in 30 rounds . . . was a second-team NGCA All-America selection . . . entered the NCAA Championship ranked 18th nationally in the Golfweek/Sagarin ratings and 19th by Golfstat . . . was named the WAC Player of the Year and also earned first-team all-WAC merits . . . placed among the top-10 in seven of 11 tournaments this year, including all seven straight heading into the NCAA tournament . . . captured medalist honors at the WAC Championships . . . her next best finish was third place at the NCAA Central Regional . . . had three sub-70 rounds of golf this year, including a best of two-under par 68 at both the PING ASU Invitational and the WAC Championship.
2003-04 -- Spent the first semester at Murray State where she placed among the top-20 in all five tournaments, winning two tournament titles . . . had two top-15 finishes in six tournaments at Tulsa . . . had her best performance with the Hurricane at the WAC Championships with a fourth-place finish . . . also had a 13th place performance at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic.
Previous College -- Played in 12 tournaments at Murray State . . . won eight individual titles in 12 tournament events . . . played in four tournaments at Murray State in the fall . . . ended the fall 2003 campaign with a 74.5 stroke average in 11 rounds . . . claimed two first-place finishes in the fall 2003 season . . . played the entire 2002-03 season at Murray State . . . was the 2003 Ohio Valley Conference Player of the Year . . . ranked 104th nationally according to GolfWeek/Sagarin ratings with a ranking of 74.87 at the end of the 2003 season . . . had a 75.3 stroke average in 15 rounds during the 2002-03 season . . . won six individual titles in seven tournaments in 2002-03 . . . captured the OVC individual crown with rounds of 77-73-74 for a 224 score . . . also claimed titles at the Tennessee State Dual, EKU Lady Colonel Classic, Saluki Invitational, Chris Bannister Gamecock Classic and the Lady Racer Classic . . . only non-victory in her first season was a seventh-place performance at the Hatter Spring Fling.
Personal -- Majoring in psychology . . . parents are Sandra and Francois Pace . . . born February 15, 1981.
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