Tulsa — A three-time NGCA first-team All-American . . . was Tulsa's first freshman to earn first-team All-America honors since Jody Rosenthal in 1982 . . . has been the individual medalist in six career tournaments . . . only two past TU golfers -- Nancy Lopez (11) and Jody Rosenthal (8) -- have won more collegiate tournaments . . . named the Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year both her sophomore and junior seasons . . . a three-time all-WAC selection . . . has earned WAC Player of the Week seven times in her three years . . . has placed among the top-10 in 25 of 33 career tournaments . . . has placed among the top-20 in 30 career tournaments, and has 17 top-five career finishes . . . has placed either first or second 11 times . . . has been ranked among the top-10 golfers during her entire collegiate career according to the MasterCard Collegiate Rankings . . . represented the United States in the US/Japan Collegiate Golf Championships in June 1999 . . . has twice been named to the WAC's all-academic team . . . a member of TU's student-athlete advisory committee . . . qualified for the 2001 U.S. Open Championship and U.S. Amateur Championship.
2000-01 -- Earned NGCA All-America honors for the third straight year . . . only the second TU golfer ever to earn first-team All-America honors for three seasons . . . was the recipient of the Edith Munson Award, which is presented to an All-American with the highest grade point average . . . also was a first-team NGCA Scholar All-American . . . was named the WAC Player of the Year for the second straight season, and earned first-team all-WAC merits for the third straight campaign . . . ranked among the nation's top-10 golfers the entire year, and completed the season ranked 10th in the MasterCard Collegiate Ranking . . . had a team-leading 73.4 stroke average . . .placed among the top-10 in nine of 11 tournaments . . . placed second at the NCAA Central Regiona l . . . was medalist at the Edean Ihlanfeldt, Stanford-Pepsi Intercollegiate and the WAC Championships . . . had a streak of 11 straight tournaments placing among the top-10 snapped with a 31st place finish at the Arizona Invitational . . . had three first-place finishes and six top-five performances . . . was twice named the WAC Player of the Week during the spring season . . . selected as the WAC's Golfer of the Month for October, 2000 . . . was twice named Golf World Player of the Week. 1999-00 –– Completed the season ranked fifth nationally in the most recent MasterCard Collegiate Rankings . . . was a CGAA First-Team All-American . . . also named to the CGAA Academic All-America team . . . named the 2000 Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year . . . was named to the GTE Academic District IV At-Large team . . . was the WAC Golfer of the Month for October, 1999 . . . was the Rolex Collegiate Golfer of the Month for October, 1999 . . . was a three-time Western Athletic Conference Golf Athlete of the Week . . . had a team-leading 73.1 stroke average in 34 rounds of golf, and turned in five sub-70 rounds and a total of 16 rounds of shooting par or under . . . placed among the top-5 in six of 11 tournaments, and among the top-25 in all 11 tournaments . . . was Tulsa’s top finisher in all 11 tournaments . . . captured medalist honors at the Stanford-Pepsi Intercollegiate and San Jose State Spartan Invitational . . . placed seventh at the NCAA Championships.
1998-99 –– Was named the Western Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year . . . was a CGAA First-Team All-American . . . placed among the top-20 in all 11 tournaments this season . . . finished 12th at the 1999 NCAA Championships . . . entered the NCAA Championship ranked third in the MasterCard Collegiate Rankings . . . reached No. 1 in the nation the week of March 3, 1999 . . . was named to the WAC's all-conference team . . . placed among the top-10 in all but three tournaments . . . was named the WAC Golfer of the Week twice during the spring season . . . captured first-place honors at the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate . . . was the Rolex Golfer of the Month for February . . . was recognized in Sports Illustrated's GolfPlus Faces in the Crowd (Mar. 22) . . . began the spring with a second-place finish at the Regional Challenge, second-place at the Arizona Invitational and third-place at the San Jose State Spartan Invitational . . . was Tulsa's top finisher at the NCAA West Regional with a 15th-place performance.
Other –– Participated in the 2001 U.S. Open Championship and the U.S. Amateur Championship. was a semifinalist at the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links in June 1998 . . . was a seven-time Women's Oklahoma Golf Association Junior State Golf Champion, winning twice as the age 11 and under champion and five times as the age 13-17 champion . . . won the Oklahoma Class 5A State Championship as a freshman, junior and senior and was runner-up during her sophomore season . . . finished in first place at seven out of 11 high school tournaments in 1997 . . . . . claimed the championship in her age division at the South Central Tournament of Champions and was twice crowned the overall champion . . . was a three-time Texas-Oklahoma Champion in her age division and a three-time Maxfli Qualifier Champion.
Personal –– Began playing golf at age seven . . . favorite pro golfer is Greg Norman . . . majoring in exercise sciences . . . born September 23, 1979.
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