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W O H A D I F O Y T I S R E V I N U 2011-12 UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO VANDALS Kayla Mortellaro Teo Poplawski

Sr. Sr.

3L 3L

Mesa High School International Junior Golf Academy

Allyssa Nilsson

Jr.

2L

Lewiston High School

So. So.

1L 1L

Kamiak High School Palm Beach Gardens High School

Rachel Choi Julia Hitchins Leilanie Kim Kaitlyn Oster Mary Sweeney

Fr. HS Fr. HS Fr. HS

Phoenix, Ariz. Williston, Vt. Lewiston, Idaho Mukilteo, Wash. Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.

Pacific Academy Liberty High School Woodbury High School

Surrey, British Columbia Hillsboro, Ore. Woodbury, Minn.

COACHING STAFF Lisa Johnson Scott Barnicle

FALL 2011 12-13 19-20

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~ SEPTEMBER ~ at Ptarmigan Invitational Fort Collins, Colo. Ptarmigan Country Club, par-72, 6,302 yards (10th of 19 teams) at WSU Inland Cup Pullman, Wash. Palouse Ridge Golf Club, par-72, 6,239 yards (third of 13 teams) ~ OCTOBER ~ Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational Sammamish, Wash. Sahalee Country Club, par-72, 6,003 yards (10th of 12 teams)

10-12

Price’s Give ‘Em Five Intercollegiate Las Cruces, N.M. New Mexico State Golf Course, par-72, 6,258 yards (second of 15 teams)

24-26

Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown Boulder Creek, Nev. Boulder Creek Golf Club, par-72, 6,329 yards (10th of 16 teams)

SPRING 2012 20-21 26-27

13-14 26-27

23-25

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~ FEBRUARY ~ Las Vegas Spring Invitational Cascata Golf Club, par-72, 6,272 yards (eighth of 11 teams)

Las Vegas, Nev.

Westbrook Spring Invitational Westbrook Village, par-72, 6,176 yards (10th of 12 teams)

Peoria, Ariz.

~ MARCH ~ Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational Honolulu, Hawai`i Kaneohe Klipper Golf Club, par-72, 6,139 yards (sixth of 14 teams) Anteater Invitational Dove Canyon Country Club, par-71, 5,911 yards (third of 15 teams) ~ APRIL ~ Western Athletic Conference Championship Longbow Golf Club, par-72, 6,163 yards (second of six teams)

Irvine, Calif.

Mesa, Ariz.


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2011-12 SEASON STATISTICS Kayla Mortellaro Teo Poplawski Leilanie Kim Rachel Choi Kaitlyn Oster Mary Sweeney Julia Hitchins Allyssa Nilsson

TOURNAMENTS

ROUNDS

STROKES

11 10 8 10 9 7 1

33 3 24 30 27 21 3

2403 2285 1859 2330 2117 1711 252

AVG.

TOP FINISH

72.82 1, three times 76.17 3 77.46 T6 77.67 8 78.41 T19 81.5 T28 84.0 T77 redshirted

TOP 10

TOP 25

LOW ROUND

8 3 1 1 -

11 5 3 4 1 -

68, twice 69 68 72 70 72 82

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W O H A D I F O Y T I S R E V I N U HEAD COACH LISA JOHNSON FIFTH SEASON GONZAGA UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

Lisa Johnson has returned to her Northwest roots as the head golf coach at the University of Idaho in the fall of 2007 and picked up where her predecessor left on in continuing to improve Vandal women’s golf and put it on the national map. After taking a program that won the 2007 Western Athletic Conference title, she guided the women to an historic three-victory season in 2009-10 and a berth in their second NCAA regional competition. That, she says, is just a step along the way in the program achieving its ultimate goal. Director of athletics Rob Spear said Johnson was a natural choice when she selected to take over the program. “Lisa not only is a quality golf coach but a quality individual whose goals mirror that of the athletic department – to produce premier programs,” he said. Johnson was a relative late-comer to golf – and took up the game at the suggestion of her high school swim coach. “It was his nice way of telling me, ‘You work hard and you’re a good swimmer, but …,’ ” Johnson said with a laugh. She continues the hard work at Idaho as a driving force behind upgrades for the program in the form of renovated lockerrooms, an indoor practice area and an enhancing short-game facility. Johnson earned her master’s degree at the University of Idaho after graduating cum laude at Gonzaga University in 2000. While at Gonzaga, Johnson was chosen the Bulldog Female Student-Athlete of the Year, was a West Coast Conference all-conference selection, a WCC all-academic honoree, and the winner of three individual tournaments. She also was the president of SAAC and a member of the Athletics Council. Prior to returning to Idaho, Johnson spent 5½ years at Boise State. She was married in February 2008 to John Johnson, senior associate athletic director at neighboring Washington State University. The couple has twin children – Ellie and Cooper.

ASSISTANT COACH SCOTT BARNICLE Scott Barnicle joined the University of Idaho staff in January 2011 as a volunteer assistant for the women's golf team. A native of Brunswick, Maine, he earned his bachelor's degree in Psychology from Clemson University in 2007 and his master's in Counseling Psychology from Boston College in 2010. He is pursuing his PhD in Education (Sport and Exercise Psychology) at Idaho. Specializing in individual sports, he consults with athletes and coaches in the hopes of improving their mental skills, as well as spreading education about the field. Aside from his work at Idaho, Barnicle serves as the staff golf psychology consultant for Brunswick Golf Club at Brunswick, ME. He has been involved with youth and elite athletes on many levels, including coaching and playing. He has been a guest instructor at numerous junior golf camps around Maine, as well as having coached premier youth soccer teams and AAU basketball teams in Maine. Barnicle was a member of the Maine Olympic Developmental Soccer Team, and is a FIFA certified Level 8 soccer official. He competes in elite amateur and professional golf events around New England, and is still very involved with the New England golf community, including research and consulting with the various state golf associations.

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WOMEN’S GOLF 201 1- 1 2 The University of Idaho women’s golf team heads to the Western Athletic Conference Champion as the league favorite and with a strong spring season to use as a springboard. Coach Lisa Johnson said she is “encouraged” by the momentum the Vandals will have from their last tournament where they finished third at the Anteater Invitational at Irvine, Calif., last month. Johnson said she wants the team to enter the championship, which is April 23-25, pressure-free. h been b t keep k thi as “The last few weeks, our goall has to everything relaxed and loose as possible,” Johnson said. “We’ve been working hard, trying to get ready, but I want the team to go in feeling no pressure from myself or from the outside.” Senior Kayla Mortellaro won last year’s championship as the team finished sixth overall at Longbow Golf Club, the same course they will be playing this year. Mortellaro is first in the WAC in individual scoring average with a 72.93, while fellow senior Teo Poplawski is eighth with a 76.48. The team enters the championship second behind San Jose State in team scoring average with 303.4. Johnson said she is pleased with how much the team has progressed since the beginning of the season, especially in its competitiveness. “Our team has matured a lot in our golf course management,” Johnson said. “We’ve learned how to compete better each tournament. I feel like we’re continuing to work on the technical aspects of the game and that’s improved. Overall, I feel like the team is much more competitive now than we were at the beginning of the year.” Idaho has the top four lowest rounds in the WAC this season. Three of those scores occurred at the Price’s Give ‘Em Five Invitational at New Mexico State, where the Vandals finished second behind No. 24 Baylor. Idaho also finished third at the Washington State University Inland Cup and sixth at the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational at Hawai’i. Mortellaro, who is ranked 40th in the country by Golfstat.com, won her ninth collegiate tournament this year at the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational after she shot a 75 in the closing round. It was the same course where she earned her first collegiate victory as a freshman. She also tied for first at the Price’s Give ‘Em Five Invitational when she shot 70 in the first two rounds. Her success earned her WAC Golfer of the Month honors in September and October and two WAC Golfer of the Week awards. She was featured twice in Golfweek.com, which picked the Vandals to win the conference title.

de developing her game have be been the highlights of her fin nal season at Idaho. “It “It’s been a lot of fun to be a ssenior and to play with my se fe e fellow senior, Teo, and just try trying to compete and keep ge getting better every tournam ment and working on the ar areas of my game that keep ne needing improvement and ju just looking forward to the ffuture,” Mortellaro said. fu Th The WAC honored Poplawski as Golfer of the Week in Fe February after she finished se seven-over-par to tie for ei eighth at the UNLV Spring Invi vitational. She also finished th third at the Price’s Give ‘Em Fi it ti l where h h shot h t a 69 69 in i the opening round. Five IInvitational she Poplawski considers herself “lucky” to have teammates she enjoys competing with and is appreciative of the bond she has developed with Mortellaro. “We’ve been on the team together for four years and over the years, we’ve just gotten really close. It’s been a blast to play with her,” Poplawski said. Johnson is proud of the way Poplawski and Mortellaro have embraced their leadership roles on the team. “Their impact is tremendous in both measurable and immeasurable ways,” Johnson said. “Obviously their scoring averages help out a lot, but they’re true leaders. They lead by example. I’ve never had a single issue with them, either of them, in their four years. They’ve always been on time, they’ve always done what I’ve asked and they’ve always worked hard.” The Vandals are a young team – three freshmen and two sophomores are on the roster, but that did not mean they lacked depth. Many of the underclassmen put up notable scores during the course of the year. Freshman Leilanie Kim scored an even par at the Price’s Give ‘Em Five Invitational as she tied for sixth. Freshman Mary Sweeney tied for 40th and Kaitlyn Oster finished tied for 27th at the same event. Oster also placed 28th at the Anteater Invitational. Sophomore Rachel Choi tied for eighth at the WSU Inland Cup after shooting 10-over 226. Her top score of the year was a 4-over par at the Westbrook Invitational. Johnson said she was impressed with the underclassmen’s willingness to learn and develop their games. “They’ve been a delight,” Johnson said. “They’ve worked extremely hard and they’ve listened to everything that I’ve had to say and the seniors have had to say. They’ve taken it all in and applied it towards their games. They’ve improved a lot over the course of the year.” - Anthony Kuipers, University of Idaho Athletic Media Relations

Mortellaro said playing with her senior counterpart, Poplawski, and

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W O H A D I F O Y T I S R E V I N U

KAYLA MO

SENIOR ~ 3L ~ MESA HIGH 2011-12: Mortellaro continued her remarkable Vandal career during her senior season ... tied for 16th at NCAA West Regional ... repeated as the Western Athletic Conference champion and WAC Player of the Year after winning a four-hole playoff at the championship tournament ... qualified for NCAA Regional competition for the fourth time ... is the winningest player in school history with 10 tournament titles ... her first victory of the season was a tie for first at the Price’s Give ‘Em Five Intercollegiate, which helped her on her way to 13 career Western Athletic Conference Golfer of the Week/Month award ... she added two Golfers of the Month and two Golf of the Week honors in 2011-12 ... she finished in the top 10 in seven of nine regular-season tournaments and in the top 25 in all of them ... earned Capital One COSIDA District All-American honors. 2010-11: Finished in a tie for 25th at NCAA West Regional ... won the 2011 Western Athletic Conference Championship with a one-under 212 ... WAC Golfer of the Year ... earned WAC Golfer of the Month honors for September after winning the Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic and the WSU Cougar Cup ... was recognized by the WAC as the Golfer of the Week after finishing third at the UNLV Rebel Spring Invitational and again after a thirdplace finish at the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational ... was ranked as high as sixth in the world amateur rankings ... finished in the top six in seven of eight tournaments and never lower than 12th ... WAC leader in scoring and is sixth by GolfStat.com.

CAR SUMMARY Tournaments 43 Best finish 1 (10 times) Rounds played 129 Low round 65* Strokes 9393 Average 72.80 Top 10 32 Top 25 41 *ties school record

2011-12 RESULTS FIN.

1ST

2ND

3RD

TOTAL

TO PAR

Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic 3 WSU Cougar Cup T2 Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational T21 Price’s Give ‘Em Five Intercollegiate T1 Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown 2 UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational T12 Westbrook Invitational 10 Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational 1 Anteater Invitational T3 WAC Championship 1* NCAA West Regional T16 * won four-hole playoff

73 80 76 70 68 75 72 73 75 70 73

72 72 80 70 68 72 73 73 74 71 75

70 69 73 71 75 77 70 75 73 73 72

215 221 229 211 211 224 215 221 222 214 220

-1 +5 +13 -5 -5 +8 -1 +5 +9 -2 +4

SUMMARY AR A RY Tournaments 11 11 Best finish 1,, th three 1 hrre ee titim ttimes ime es Rounds played 33 33 Low round 68, 68 8,, twice twi w ce e Strokes 2403 2 240 40 4 03 Average 72.82 72. 2.8 82 2 Top 10 8 Top 25 11 1

~ WAC Golfer of the Year, First-team all-WAC, WAC Golfer of the Month (September), WAC Golfer of the Month (October), WAC Golfer of the Week (Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational), WAC Golfer of the Week (Anteater Invitational)

2010-11 RESULTS Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic WSU Cougar Cup Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown Arizona Wildcat Invitational UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational Anteater Invitational WAC Championship NCAA West Regional

FIN.

1ST

2ND

3RD

TOTAL

TO PAR

1 T1 T6 12 T2 3 3 T2 1 T25

70 80 74 68 70 71 72 71 68 75

67 70 74 72 69 69 73 77 72 72

70 70 68 76 75 69 74 72 72 79

207 220 216 216 214 209 219 220 212 226

-9 +4 E E -2 -7 +3 +7 -1 +10

~ WAC Golfer of the Year, First-team all-WAC, NGCA and Golfweek Honorable Mention AllAmerican, AGCA Academic All-American, WAC Player of the Month (September), WAC Player of the Week (Arizona Wildcat Invitational), WAC Player of the Week (UNLV Rebel Spring Invitational), WAC Player of the Week (Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational) ~

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SUMMARY A Y AR Tournaments 10 10 Best finish 1,, th three 1 hre ree tittimes im im me es Rounds played 30 30 Low round 67 67 Strokes 2159 2 215 15 1 59 Average 71.97 71. 1.9 97 7 Top 10 8 Top 25 10 1 0

~ WAC Player of the Year ~ WAC Freshman ~ 2012 WAC Champi ~ Golfweek and NGCA H (2009~ WAC Golfer of ~ WAC Golfer of ~ Co-holder o ~ 10 tour ~ Finished in the top five ~ Finished in top 10 in 7 ~ Finished in top 25 in 9 ~ 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11


WOMEN’S GOLF 201 1- 1 2 ORTELLARO SCHOOL ~ PHOENIX, ARIZ.

REER

(2011-12), (2010-11), (2009-10) ~ n of the Year (2008-09) ~ ion, 2011 WAC Champion ~ onorable Mention All-American 10, 2010-11) ~ the Month (five times) ~ the Week (nine times) ~ of school record 65 ~ rnament titles ~ in 61.9 percent of tournaments ~ 76.2 percent of tournaments ~ 95.3 percent of tournaments ~ 1 NGCA Academic All-American ~

2009-10: Western Athletic Conference Golfer of the Year and first-team all- conference choice ... tied for third at WAC Championship ... Solidified herself as the best golfer in school history after climbing as high as ninth in the Golfstat.com rankings by winning three times, finishing second twice and third once ... only had one finish out of the top 10 .. tied a school record with a 65 at the UNLV Spring Invitational ... earned WAC Golfer of the Week honors twice in the spring and was the Golfer of the Month last October ... tied for 38th in NCAA West Regional. 2008-09: Joined the Vandals in the fall of 2008 and showed her great potential by winning at the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational and posting five top-10 finishes and 10 top-25 outings ... tied for 27th at the NCAA Regional after qualifying when she tied for second at the WAC Championship Tournament. High school/junior golf: Graduated from Mesa High School ... youngest player in the history of Arizona to win Women's State Amateur title when she claimed title in 2004; also won in 2007 ... member of Arizona's victorious 2007 USGA Women's State Amateur Team ... advanced to quarterfinal of 2007 USGA Public Links Tournament. Personal: Born July 9, 1990 ... daughter of Tom and Dawn Mortellaro ... majoring in Public Relations with Communications minor.

2009-10 RESULTS Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic Northwest Dodge Inland Cup Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational Price’s Give ‘Em Five Invitational Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational Northern Migration Invitational Anteater Invitational Wyoming Cowboy Classic WAC Championship NCAA West Regional

FIN.

1ST

2ND

3RD

TOTAL

TO PAR

T3 1 T10 2 T22 2 1 1 T5 T3 T38

72 74 75 73 73 65 68 71 70 78 74

68 71 79 70 79 73 70 75 75 69 77

70 74 74 67 73 75 73 68 75 78 76

210 219 228 210 225 213 211 214 220 225 227

-6 +3 +12 -6 +9 -3 -5 +1 +4 +12 +14

~ WAC Player of the Year, First-team all-WAC, Golfweek and NGCA Honorable Mention AllAmerican, NGCA Academic All-American, WAC Player of the Month for September, WAC Player of the Week (Northern Migration Invitational), WAC Player of the Week (UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational) ~

SUMMARY Tournaments 11 Best finish 1 (3 times) Rounds played 33 Low round 65* Strokes 2402 Average 72.79 Top 10 9 Top 25 10 *ties school record

2008-09 RESULTS Ptarmigan Invitational Giustina Memorial Heather Farr/CU Me. Edean Invitational Las Vegas Collegiate Wolfdancer UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational Anteater Invitational WAC Championship NCAA Regional

FIN.

1ST

2ND

3RD

TOTAL

TO PAR

14 T4 T16 2 T22 T11 T8 1 T7 T2 T27

73 72 73 74 72 76 77 69 73 74 79

73 74 72 73 73 76 72 75 72 72 73

69 76 72 75 69 78 71 75 78 71 78

215 222 217 222 214 230 220 219 223 217 230

-1 +6 +1 +6 -2 +14 +4 +3 +10 +1 +14

SUMMARY Tournaments 11 Best finish 1st Rounds played 33 Low round 69, twice Strokes 2429 Average 73.61 Top 10 6 Top 25 10

~ WAC Freshman of the year, NGCA Academic All-American, Player of the Month for October, Player of the Week (UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational), Player of the Week (Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational) ~

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W O H A D I F O Y T I S R E V I N U

TEO POP

SENIOR ~ 3L ~ INTERNATIONAL JUNIO 2011-12: Finished tied for fifth at the WAC Championship Tournament after a four-over 220 ... second-team all-WAC choice i... Earned Western Athletic Conference Player of the Week honors after her tie for eighth at the UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational ... finished in the top 10 twice (Price’s Give ‘Em Five Intercollegiate and UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational) and in the top 25 four times (WSU Cougar Classic and Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown) ... has the team’s second-best scoring average of 76.5 through 27 rounds. 2010-11: Tied for 18th at NCAA West Regional after shooting a seven-over 223 ... earned first-team all-WAC honors after finishing with the league’s second-best scoring average ... top Vandal finisher at Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown with fifth-place effort ... low round was 68 at Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown ... low tournament was 211 at Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown ... scoring average of 74.59 is second in the WAC according to GolfStat.com’s scoring average rankings.

CAR SUMMARY Tournaments Best finish Rounds played Low round Strokes Average Top 10 Top 25 *ties school record

40 3 120 65* 9123 76.02 13 13 24 24

~ Second-team All-Western ~ First-team All-Western A ~ Second-team All-Western ~ Co-holder o ~ Finished in top 25 in 60 ~ 2008-09 NGCA A ~ WAC Golfer ~ WAC Golfer of the

2009-10: Top Vandal finisher at NCAA West Regional with a 222 to tie for 17th ... finished 16th at the Western Athletic Conference Tounament and was a second-team all-league choice ... tied a school record with 65 at the Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic ... finished fifth twice - Ptarmigan Ram and Northwest Dodge Inland Cup ... low tournament was fiveunder 211 at Ptarmigan Ram ... added tied for ninth at Price’s Give ‘Em Five for three top-10 outings. 2008-09: Played in nine tournaments with her best finish sixth at the Anteater Invitational ... low round was a 70 during ng g her second round of the Anteater ... low tournament score wsa a two-over 216 at the Las Vegas Collegiate.

2011-12 RESULTS Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic WSU Cougar Classic Edean Ihlanfeldt Intercollegiate Price’s Give ‘Em Five Intercollegiate Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational Westbrook Invitational Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational Anteater Invitational WAC Championship

FIN.

1ST

2ND

3RD

TOTAL

TO PAR

T84 T20 T37 3 T13 T8 T27 T39 T52 T5

73 81 79 69 70 74 70 77 80 75

72 72 78 72 70 75 77 80 86 74

88 76 80 71 80 74 75 80 76 71

243 229 237 212 220 223 222 237 242 220

+27 +13 +21 +4 +4 +7 +6 +21 +29 +4

SUMMARY Tournaments Best finish Rounds played Low round Strokes Average Top 10 Top 25

10 3 30 69 2285 76.17 3 5

SUMMARY Tournaments Best finish Rounds played Low round Strokes Average Top 10 Top 25

10 T4 30 68 2237 74.57 3 9

~ Second-team all-WAC, WAC Golfer of the Week (UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational) ~

2010-11 RESULTS

Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic WSU Cougar Cup Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown Arizona Wildcat Invitational UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational Anteater Invitational WAC Championship NCAA West Regional

FIN.

1ST

2ND

3RD

TOTAL

TO PAR

T16 T4 T20 5 T22 15 T9 T13 27 T18

74 75 72 73 78 69 76 82 80 76

73 73 74 68 75 78 75 75 81 71

71 77 77 70 75 71 75 70 77 76

218 225 223 211 228 218 226 227 238 223

+2 +9 +7 -5 +12 +2 +10 +14 +25 +7

~ WAC Golfer of the Month (October) ~

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WOMEN’S GOLF 201 1- 1 2 PLAWSKI

OR GOLF ACADEMY ~ WILLISTON, VT.

REER

n Athletic Conference (2011-12) ~ Athletic Conference (2010-11) ~ n Athletic Conference (2009-10) ~ f school record 65 ~ 0.0 percent of all tournaments ~ Academic All-American ~ of the Week (twice) ~ e Month (October ( 2010)) ~

High school/junior golf: Played high school golf in Vermont through her junior season after which she transferred to the International Junior Golf Academy at Hilton Head ... while in Vermont won the junior girls championship in stroke and match play ... played on the International Junior Golf Tour ... chosen to the all-IJGT team ... earned Judy Jones Scholarship in recognition of her academic success and leadership ability ... won 2008 Vermont Women’s State Amateur Championship. Personal: Born May 24, 1990 ... daughter of Karl Poplawski and Becky Sparks ... majoring in Advertising with a Communications minor.

2009-10 RESULTS Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic Northwest Dodge Inland Cup Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational Price’s Give ‘Em Five Invitational Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown UNLV Spring Invitational Northern Migration Invitational Anteater Invitational Wyoming Cowboy Classic WAC Championship NCAA West Regional

FIN.

1ST

2ND

3RD

TOTAL

TO PAR

5 5 T65 T9 T60 T46 38 T28 T49 16 T17

75 80 86 75 73 74 77 79 75 78 75

65 69 89 73 76 77 78 79 84 82 75

71 75 82 72 84 78 77 76 74 74 72

211 224 257 220 233 229 232 234 233 234 222

-5 +8 +41 +4 +17 +13 +16 +21 +17 +21 +9

SUMMARY Tournaments Best finish Rounds played Low round Strokes Average Top 10 Top 25 *ties school record

11 5, twice 33 65* 2539 76.94 3 5

2008-09 RESULTS Ptarmigan Invitational Ptarmigan Invitational Giustina Memorial Heather Farr/CU Me. Las Vegas Collegiate Wolfdancer UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational Anteater Individual WAC Championship

FIN.

1ST

2ND

3RD

TOTAL

TO PAR

14 T56 45 T49 T31 T7 T68 T8 6 7

73 80 81 76 71 73 87 75 78 71

73 71 86 76 72 77 74 74 70 76

69 78 85 75 73 78 77 79 74 75

215 229 252 227 216 228 238 228 222 222

-1 +13 +36 +11 +2 +12 +22 +12 +9 +6

~ WAC Golfer of the Week (Anteater Invitational) ~

SUMMARY Tournaments Best finish Rounds played Low round Strokes Average Top 10 Top 25

9 6 27 70 2062 76.37 4 5

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W O H A D I F O Y T I S R E V I N U ALLYSSA NILSSON JUNIOR ~ 2L ~ LEWISTON HIGH SCHOOL ~ LEWISTON, IDAHO CAREER R SUMMARY Tournaments Best finish Rounds played Low round Strokes Average Top 10 Top 25

13 5 35 77 2959 84.54 1 2

2011-12: Redshirted. 2010-11: Played in 10 tournaments ... best finish was tie for 23rd at Gonzaga Spring Individual ... low tournament was 241 at WSU Cougar Cup ... low round was 77 at Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic. 2009-10: Played in one fall tournament ... best finish was tied for 36th at the WSU Inland Cup ... low round was 78, which she shot at the WSU Inland Cup. High school/junior: As a junior earned the Bengal Award/MVP Award after earning first-team all-league honors ... tied for fifth at the state tournament after winning regional medalist honors ... regional title was one of three championships (East Valley Invite and Washington Junior District) she earned during 2008 ... was third at the Idaho Junior State Tournament, fourth at the Big East, fifth at the Big I Qualifier, and seventh at the Washington Junior State Tournament ... was ranked sixth by the Idaho Junior Golf Association ... as a sophomore, was team MVP and was ranked sixth by the IJGA. 2010-11 2 20 10 1 0-11 RESULTS S SUMMARY Tournaments Best finish Rounds played Low round Strokes Average Top 10 Top 25

10 T23 27 77 2272 84.10 0 1

Ptarmigan armi mig ga Ram Fall Classic gan WSU Cougar Cup Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown Arizona Wildcat Invitational UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational Anteater Invitational Gonzaga Spring Individual WAC Championship

FIN. FI

11ST

2ND

3RD

TOTAL

TO PAR

91 T35 T67 91 DNF 85 99 T45 T23 T32

77 81 82 81 87 90 87 85 87 85

87 82 83 83 90 84 80 86 81

87 78 81 82 94 91 78

251 241 246 246

+35 +25 +30 +30

83

274 262 243 173 249

+58 +46 +30 +33 +36

FIN.

1ST

2ND

3RD

TOTAL

TO PAR

T58 4 T1

86 81 86

82 83 83

82

250 164 169

+34 +20 +25

2009-10 RESULTS SUMMARY Tournaments Best finish Rounds played Low round Strokes Average Top 10 Top 25

10

3 T1 7 81 583 83.29 1 2

WSU Inland Cup Washington National Individiual WSU vs. Idaho JV Tournament


WOMEN’S GOLF 201 1- 1 2 RACHEL CHOI

SOPHOMORE ~ 1L ~ KAMIAK HIGH SCHOOL ~ MUKILTEO, WASH. CAREER SUMMARY Tournaments Best finish Rounds played Low round Strokes Average Top 10 Top 25

15 8 44 71 3430 77.96 2 6

2011-12: Tied for 17th at WAC Championship ... Best finish was eighth at WSU Cougar Cup where she shot a 10over 226 (79-73-74) ... had two other top-25 outings with a tied for 14th at the Anteater Invitational and a 20th at the Westbrook Invitational, where she had her low round of the season with a 72 over the final 18 holes. 2010-11: Finished 13th in Western Athletic Conference Championship debut with 14-over 227 ... played final two rounds four-over ... played in five tournaments ... best finish was ninth at Gonzaga Spring Invitational ... low round was 71 at WAC Championship. High school/junior: Finished second at 2008 Washington Junior Golf Association state championship with rounds of 76, 76, and 77 ... Washington Junior Player of the Year in 2009 ... represented Washington at Junior Worlds ... also won two WJGA sub-district tournaments and played in the Washington Junior America’s Cup. 2011-12 RESULTS RE ESU ULTS SUMMARY Tournaments Best finish Rounds played Low round Strokes Average Top 10 Top 25

10 8 30 72 2330 77.67 1 4

Ptarmigan Pt tarmigan Ram Fall Fa all Classic Cla lass ssic ic WSU Cougar Cup Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational Price’s Give ‘Em Five Intercollegiate Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational Westbrook Invitational Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational Anteater Invitational WAC Championship

FIN. T56 8 T30 T40 79 T55 20 T49 T14 T17

1ST 76 79 77 76 77 79 75 79 78 79

2ND 77 73 77 78 77 86 73 79 75 77

3RD TOTAL TO PAR 79 232 +16 74 226 +10 79 233 +17 73 227 +11 87 241 +25 86 251 +35 72 220 +4 81 239 +23 77 230 +17 75 231 +15

2010-11 RESULTS SUMMARY Tournaments Best finish Rounds played Low round Strokes Average Top 10 Top 25

5 9 14 71 1100 78.57 1 2

FIN.

1ST

2ND

3RD

TOTAL

TO PAR

UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational 71 Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational T82 Anteater Invitational 28 Gonzaga Spring Individual 9 WAC Championship 13

77 79 78 76 81

86 85 82 76 71

77 84 73

240 248 233 152 227

+24 +32 +20 +12 +14

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W O H A D I F O Y T I S R E V I N U JULIA HITCHINS SOPHOMORE ~ 1L ~ PALM BEACH GARDENS HIGH SCHOOL ~ PALM BEACH GARDENS, FLA. CAREER SUMMARY Tournaments Best finish Rounds played Low round Strokes Average Top 10 Top 25

6 T23 15 77 1259 83.93 1

2011-12: Played in one tournament ... finished with a 252 at the WSU Cougar Cup. 2010-11: Played in five tournaments ... best finish was tie for 23rd at Gonzaga Spring Individual ... low tournament was 241 at Anteater Invitational ... that tournament also included her low round of 77. High school/junior: Three-year golf letterwinner at Palm Beach Gardens .. was her team’s sportsmanship and most improved award winner as a junior - the year the team won its district tournament and finished fourth at regionals ... During her senior year, Palm Beach Gardens was ninth at state. ... member of the National Honor Society as well as the 4.0 GPA Club in Sports and Academics, and a Future Business Leaders of America award winner. 2011-12 RESULTS SUMMARY Tournaments Best finish Rounds played Low round Strokes Average Top 10 Top 25

1 77 3 82 252 84.00 -

WSU WS SU Cougar Cup

FIN.

11ST

2ND

3RD

TOTAL

TO PAR

T77

82

86

84

252

+36

2010-11 RESULTS SUMMARY Tournaments Best finish Rounds played Low round Strokes Average Top 10 Top 25

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5 T23 12 77 1,007 83.92 1

WSU Cougar Cup UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational Anteater Invitational Gonzaga Spring Individual

FIN.

1ST

DNF T82 T90 T42 T23

89 85 87 81 88

2ND

87 79 77 85

3RD

TOTAL

TO PAR

81 85 83

89 253 251 241 173

+37 +35 +28 +33


WOMEN’S GOLF 201 1- 1 2 LEILANIE L EILA EIL LANIE NIE K KIM IM M

FRESHMAN ~ HS ~ PACIFIC ACADEMY ~ SURREY, BRITISH COLUMBIA CAREER CARE EER SUMMARY Tournaments Best finish Rounds played Low round Strokes Average Top 10 Top 25

8 T6 24 68 1859 77.46 1 3

2011-12: Tied for 14th at WAC Championship ... Best finish was an even-par 216, which tied for sixth, at the Price’s Give ‘Em Five Intercollegiate ... played in seven of nine tournaments ... had collegiate career low of 68 at the Price’s Give ‘Em Five tournament ... added another top-25 outing with a tie for 21st at the Anteater Invitational, the final regular-season tournament ... best tournament was even-par 216 at Price’s Give ‘Em Five Intercollegiate ... tied for third-best scoring average during regular-season tournaments. High school/junior: Kim established herself as a top junior golfer as a member of the 2010 Canadian National Team. Among her accomplishments are winning the FCWT TPC Las Vegas Challenge in 2009; runner-up finishes at the 2010 FCWT National Championship and the AJGA Junior at Wenatchee; fourth in the 2010 British Columbia Junior Girls’ Order of Merit, and sixth at the 2010 Royale Cup Canadian Junior Girls Championship with rounds of 71-75-75-69 for a six-over 290. She was her team’s MVP in 2009-10 and earned Student of the Month honors in October 2010. 2011-12 2011 1-12 RESULTS RE ESULT TS SUMMARY Tournaments Best finish Rounds played Low round Strokes Average Top 10 Top 25

8 T6 24 68 1859 77.46 1 3

U Cougar Cup WSU Edean an Ihlanfeldt Invitational Price’s e’s Give ‘Em Five Intercollegiate Intercolllegi g at ate e Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown Sho owd wdow own tbrook Invitation nal Westbrook Invitational Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational Anteater ater Invitational WAC Championship

FIN. T55 T55 T35 T3 35 T6 544 T58 8 T58 T60 T21 T14

1ST 82 79 7 75 75 71 71 78 78 811 79 77

2ND 77 74 74 68 77 78 82 77 75

3R 3RD RD TOTAL TO OP PAR AR +2 83 242 +26 83 236 +200 73 216 E 21 82 2300 +14 76 76 232 +16 822 243 +27 76 232 +21 +21 76 228 +12

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W O H A D I F O Y T I S R E V I N U KAITLYN OSTER FRESHMAN ~ HS ~ LIBERTY HIGH SCHOOL ~ HILLSBORO, ORE. C CA CAREER REER SUMMARY Tournaments Best finish Rounds played Low round Strokes Average Top 10 Top 25

9 T19 27 70 2117 78.41 1

2011-2012: Competed in eight tournaments as a freshman ... best finish was a tie for 27th at the Price’s Give ‘Em Five Intercollegiate ... best round was a 70, also at the Price’s Give ‘Em Five Intercollegiate ... next-best finish was a tie for 28th at the Anteater Invitational - the regular-season finale. High school/junior: Oster is a versatile athlete whose golf skills drew the attention of the Idaho staff. In addition to her golf prowess, she also played soccer and basketball, and is a member of the National Honor Society. Her high school and junior golf career includes first team all-state as a sophomore and junior; three-time District Champion for the Northwest Oregon Conference; three years as a first-team all-conference choice, and member of two Liberty High School teams to finish third at state (the first state finishes in school history).

2011-12 2011-1 - 2 RESU RESULTS ULT LTS S SUMMARY Tournaments Best finish Rounds played Low round Strokes Average Top 10 Top 25

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9 T19 T 19 1 9 27 27 70 70 2117 78.41 1

Pttarmigan Ram Fall Classic Ptarmigan Classsic WS Cougar Cup WSU Price’s P rice’s Give ‘Em Five Intercollegiate Inte t rcolllegiatte Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational Westbrook Invitational Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational Anteater Invitational WAC Championship

FIN.

1ST

2ND

3RD

TOTAL

TO PAR

T49 T32 3 T32 T27 T 7 T2 88 T46 T51 T36 T28 T19

73 81 78 78 78 77 78 81 82

80 77 76 87 80 75 78 73 75

76 76 70 91 85 77 80 80 75

229 234 224 256 243 229 23 234 232

+13 +18 +8 +40 +27 +13 +20 +21 +16


WOMEN’S GOLF 201 1- 1 2 MARY SWEENEY

FRESHMAN ~ HS ~ WOODBURY DBU URY HIGH HIGH SCHOOL SCHO OOL ~ WOODBURY, WOO O MINN. CAREER SUMMARY Tournaments Best finish Rounds played Low round Strokes Average Top 10 Top 25

7 T28 21 72 1711 81.5 -

2011-12: Competed in seven of nine regular-season tournaments ... best outing was a tied for 28th at the WSU Cougar Cup ... best round of the season was a 72 at the Price’s Give ‘Em Five Intercollegiate, where she had a career best 11-over 227. High school/junior: Sweeney was a multi-sport athlete with four letters in golf and three in hockey to her credit at Woodbury High School. Her golf credentials include Minnesota Junior PGA Player of the Year, high school team captain (2009-present), Minnesota Golf Association individual and team champion, helped Woodbury High School to first state golf title (2008), competed in Battle of the Border (Minnesota vs. Wisconsin and Minnesota vs. Manitoba), all-academic award winner five times.

2011-12 RESULTS RE ESU ULTS SUMMARY Tournaments Best finish Rounds played Low round Strokes Average Top 10 Top 25

7 T28 21 72 1711 81.5 -

Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic WSU Cougar Cup Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational Price’s Give ‘Em Five Intercollegiate Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational Anteater Invitational

F FIN. I . IN T88 T28 62 T40 87 T55 T69 T14

1ST 82 80 87 81 82 78 82 78

2N 2 2ND D 81 75 81 72 82 83 85 75

33RD TOTAL TO PAR 82 245 +29 78 233 +17 89 257 +41 74 227 +11 84 248 +32 90 251 +35 83 250 +34 77 230 +17

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W O H A D I F O Y T I S R E V I N U PTARMIGAN RAM FALL CLASSIC Ptarmigan Country Club, Fort Collins,Colo. Sept. 12-13, 2011 • Par 72 • 6,302 yards 1 UC Davis 286 289 298 873 T2 Colorado 289 287 299 875 T2 Illinois, U. of 292 287 296 875 4 Texas Tech 298 294 288 880 5 California, U. of 295 294 292 881 6 Baylor 294 294 297 885 7 Colorado State Univ. 297 299 300 896 8 UNLV 298 309 298 905 9 Louisville, Univ. of 300 298 312 910 10 Idaho, University of 295 310 307 912 11 Texas El Paso, U. of 302 303 309 914 12 San Jose State Univ 313 292 310 915 13 Long Beach State 310 303 306 919 14 Fresno State 302 303 318 923 15 New Mexico State U. 306 310 309 925 16 Wyoming, U. of 312 312 308 932 17 Nevada, U. of 307 311 317 935 18 Santa Clara Univ. 313 328 312 953 19 Northern Colorado 319 319 320 958 IDAHO PLAYERS 3 Kayla Mortellaro 73 72 70 215 T49 Kaitlyn Oster 73 80 76 229 T56 Rachel Choi 76 77 79 232 T84 Teo Poplawski 73 82 88 243 T88 Mary Sweeney 82 81 82 245

EDEAN IHLANFELDT INVITATIONAL +9 +11 +11 +16 +17 +21 +32 +41 +46 +48 +50 +51 +55 +59 +61 +68 +71 +89 +94 -1 +13 +16 +27 +29

WSU COUGAR CUP Palouse Ridge Golf Club, Pullman, Wash. Sept. 19-20, 2011 • Par 72 • 6,239 yards 1 Washington, U. of 309 285 296 890 +26 2 Stanford University 307 303 292 902 +38 3 Washington State U. 312 306 293 911 +47 4 Idaho, University of 321 298 295 914 +50 5 Oregon State U. 314 295 308 917 +53 6 UC - Irvine 323 304 312 939 +75 T7 Nevada, U. of 314 304 322 940 +76 T7 Sacramento State 323 314 303 940 +76 9 Gonzaga University 325 312 304 941 +77 10 Montana, Univ. of 325 315 303 943 +79 11 Montana State Univ. 338 310 306 954 +90 12 Portland State Univ. 325 323 309 957 +93 13 Eastern Washington U 339 321 323 983 +119 IDAHO PLAYERS T2 Kayla Mortellaro 80 72 69 221 +5 T9 Teo Poplawski 81 72 76 229 +13 T27 Mary Sweeney 80 75 78 233 +17 T31 Kaitlyn Oster 81 77 76 234 +18 T54 Leilanie Kim 82 77 83 242 +26 T76 Julia Hitchins 82 86 84 252 +36 DNF Rachel Choi 79 74

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Sahalee Country Club, Sammamish, Wash. Oct. 3-5, 2011 • Par 72 • 6,003 yards 1 Colorado 299 296 301 896 +32 2 Oregon, U. of 301 295 302 898 +34 T3 California, U. of 299 296 305 900 +36 T3 Washington, U. of 303 294 303 900 +36 5 Oregon State U. 298 313 309 920 +56 6 San Jose State Univ 314 302 307 923 +59 T7 Gonzaga University 305 316 311 932 +68 T7 Nebraska 318 312 302 932 +68 9 UNLV 311 312 310 933 +69 10 Idaho, University of 311 309 315 935 +71 11 Brigham Young Univ. 322 309 310 941 +77 12 Washington State U. 322 315 331 968 +104 IDAHO PLAYERS T21 Kayla Mortellaro 76 80 73 229 +13 T30 Rachel Choi 77 77 79 233 +17 T35 Leilanie Kim 79 74 83 236 +20 T37 Teo Poplawski 79 78 80 237 +21 62 Mary Sweeney 87 81 89 257 +41

PRICE’S GIVE EM FIVE INTERCOLLEGIATE NMSU Golf Course, Las Cruces, N.M. Oct. 10-12, 2011 • Par 72 • 6,258 yards 1 Baylor 288 286 286 860 2 Idaho, University of 290 286 285 861 3 North Texas, U. of 293 294 288 875 4 Colorado State Univ. 294 287 299 880 5 Long Beach State 287 301 295 883 6 Texas El Paso, U. of 300 293 299 892 7 New Mexico State U. 299 297 304 900 8 Mississippi St. U. 302 301 298 901 T9 SMU 298 303 302 903 T9 UC - Irvine 302 302 299 903 11 Cincinnati, U. of 299 301 312 912 12 Boise State Univ. 314 305 295 914 13 Seattle University 303 308 305 916 14 Central Arkansas 313 307 305 925 15 Utah Valley Univ. 316 313 311 940 DNF Hawaii, Univ. of 311 320 IDAHO PLAYERS T1 Kayla Mortellaro 70 70 71 211 3 Teo Poplawski 69 72 71 212 T6 Leilanie Kim 75 68 73 216 T27 Kaitlyn Oster 78 76 70 224 T40 Mary Sweeney 81 72 74 227 T40 Rachel Choi 76 78 73 227

-4 -3 +11 +16 +19 +28 +36 +37 +39 +39 +48 +50 +52 +61 +76

-5 -4 E +8 +11 +11


WOMEN’S GOLF 201 1- 1 2 LAS VEGAS COLLEGIATE SHOWDOWN

Boulder Creek Golf Club, Boulder City, Nev. Oct. 24-26, 2011 • Par 72 • 6,329 1 UC Davis 277 290 302 869 T2 Pepperdine 281 293 310 884 T2 San Diego State Univ 280 295 309 884 4 Oklahoma 287 293 310 890 T5 Louisville, Univ. of 288 301 302 891 T5 UC - Irvine 286 288 317 891 T5 UNLV 290 288 313 891 8 Long Beach State 288 294 313 895 9 East Carolina Univ. 296 298 305 899 10 Idaho, University of 286 292 324 902 11 Nevada, U. of 291 307 314 912 12 Brigham Young Univ. 302 295 321 918 13 Missouri 297 307 315 919 14 Fresno State 297 306 319 922 15 Miami, U. of 304 303 316 923 16 Colorado State Univ. 295 309 324 928 IDAHO PLAYERS 2 Kayla Mortellaro 68 68 75 211 T13 Teo Poplawski 70 70 80 220 54 Leilanie Kim 71 77 82 230 79 Rachel Choi 77 77 87 241 87 Mary Sweeney 82 82 84 248 88 Kaitlyn Oster 78 87 91 256

+5 +20 +20 +26 +27 +27 +27 +31 +35 +38 +48 +54 +55 +58 +59 +64 -5 +4 +14 +25 +32 +40

UNLV SPRING REBEL INVITATIONAL Cascata Golf Club, Boulder City, Nev. Feb. 20-21, 2012 • Par 72 • 6,272 yards 1 Arizona, U. of 289 294 289 872 2 UNLV 290 296 305 891 3 San Diego State Univ 296 306 303 905 4 New Mexico, U. of 303 309 297 909 5 Louisville, Univ. of 302 301 315 918 6 UC - Irvine 305 308 310 923 7 North Texas, U. of 314 307 313 934 8 Idaho, University of 305 310 322 937 9 Brigham Young Univ. 318 311 313 942 10 New Mexico State U. 315 318 327 960 11 Colorado State Univ. 320 308 334 962 IDAHO PLAYERS T8 Teo Poplawski 74 75 74 223 T2 Kayla Mortellaro 75 72 77 224 T46 Kaitlyn Oster 78 80 85 243 T55 Mary Sweeney 78 83 90 251 T55 Rachel Choi 79 86 86 251

+8 +27 +41 +45 +54 +59 +70 +73 +78 +96 +98 +7 +8 +27 +35 +35

WESTBROOK INVITATIONAL

Westbrook Village, Peoria, Ariz. Feb. 26-27, 2012 • Par 72 • 6,176 yards 1 Illinois, U. of 288 282 283 853 2 Texas Tech 293 279 284 856 3 Washington State U. 288 291 287 866 4 Kansas State 297 289 288 874 T5 Indiana University 287 294 298 879 T5 Iowa, U. of 290 294 295 879 7 Nebraska 295 297 290 882 8 Wisconsin, U. of 295 296 292 883 9 Eastern Michigan 297 293 294 884 10 Idaho, University of 294 298 293 885 11 Colorado State Univ. 300 298 302 900 12 Texas El Paso, U. of 301 296 310 907 IDAHO PLAYERS 10 Kayla Mortellaro 72 73 70 215 20 Rachel Choi 75 73 72 220 T27 Teo Poplawski 70 77 75 222 T51 Kaitlyn Oster 77 75 77 229 T58 Leilanie Kim 78 78 76 232

-11 -8 +2 +10 +15 +15 +18 +19 +20 +21 +36 +43 -1 +4 +6 +13 +16

DR. DONNIS THOMPSON INVITATIONAL Kaneohe Klipper Golf Club, Honolulu, Hawai`i March 13-14, 2012 • Par 72 • 6,139 yards 1 Texas A&M 303 300 298 901 +37 2 UC Davis 298 310 297 905 +41 3 Gonzaga University 302 300 308 910 +46 4 Coastal Carolina U. 305 302 308 915 +51 5 Texas State Univ. 311 303 310 924 +60 6 Idaho, University of 307 310 316 933 +69 T7 North Texas, U. of 311 311 312 934 +70 T7 Washington State U. 320 304 310 934 +70 9 Iowa, U. of 308 312 318 938 +74 10 Hawaii, Univ. of 318 299 323 940 +76 11 Texas El Paso, U. of 313 312 320 945 +81 12 Montana State Univ. 329 320 318 967 +103 13 Northern Colorado 322 322 329 973 +109 14 Hawaii-Hilo, U. of 322 322 335 979 +115 IDAHO PLAYERS 1 Kayla Mortellaro 73 73 75 221 +5 T36 Kaitlyn Oster 78 78 80 236 +20 T39 Teo Poplawski 77 80 80 237 +21 T49 Rachel Choi 79 79 81 239 +23 T60 Leilanie Kim 81 81 81 243 +27 T69 Mary Sweeney 82 85 83 250 +34

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ANTEATER INVITATIONAL

Dove Canyon Country Club, Dove Canyon, Calif. March 26-27, 2012 • Par 71 • 5,911 1 Washington State U. 299 297 308 904 +52 2 Brigham Young Univ. 301 297 312 910 +58 3 Idaho, University of 312 299 302 913 +61 4 UC - Irvine 310 300 305 915 +63 T5 Long Beach State 303 308 310 921 +69 T5 UC - Riverside 310 304 307 921 +69 7 CSU Fullerton 303 304 320 927 +75 8 Sacramento State 316 314 308 938 +86 9 Portland State Univ. 316 313 318 947 +95 10 Montana, Univ. of 314 315 321 950 +98 11 San Francisco, U. of 311 316 330 957 +105 12 Delaware, Univ. of 330 313 319 962 +110 13 Santa Clara Univ. 323 318 323 964 +112 14 CSU-Northridge 332 320 337 989 +137 15 Boise State Univ. 336 331 323 990 +138 IDAHO PLAYERS T3 Kayla Mortellaro 75 74 73 222 +9 T14 Rachel Choi 78 75 77 230 +17 T21 Leilanie Kim 79 77 76 232 +19 T28 Kaitlyn Oster 81 73 80 234 +21 T52 Teo Poplawski 80 86 76 242 +29

WAC CHAMPIONSHIP Longbow Golf Club, Mesa, Ariz. April 23-25, 2012 • Par 72 • 6,163 1 San Jose State Univ 291 291 295 2 Idaho, University of 301 295 294 3 Fresno State 305 297 300 4 Hawaii, Univ. of 299 307 304 5 New Mexico State U. 302 310 301 6 Nevada, U. of 319 312 315 IDAHO PLAYERS 1* Kayla Mortellaro 70 71 73 T5 Teo Poplawski 75 74 71 T14 Leilanie Kim 77 75 76 T17 Rachel Choi 79 77 75 T19 Kaitlyn Oster 82 75 75 * won four-hole playoff

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877 890 902 910 913 946

+13 +26 +38 +46 +49 +82

214 220 228 231 232

-2 +4 +12 +15 +16


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2011-12 University of Idaho women's golf yearbook  

Results and bios for University of Idaho women's golf team.

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