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2012-13 TCU Schedule

women’s Golf

Name Class Hometown Last school Alexandra Bonetti Sophomore Paris, France Jean Baptiste Say Katy Cardno Senior Sugar Land, Texas Clements H.S. Kortnie Maxatopoulis Sophomore Pleasanton, Calif. Rutgers Maria Maymon Freshman Huixquilucan, Mexico Colegio Miraflores April McCoy Sophomore Carrollton, Texas Creekview H.S.

Date Opponent / Event Location Result 09/17/12 Dick McGuire Invitational Albuquerque, N.M. T-11/17 09/1812 Dick McGuire Invitational Albuquerque, N.M. 11/17 10/01/12 Windy City Collegiate Classic Chicago, Ill. 10/15 10/02/12 Windy City Collegiate Classic Chicago, Ill. 12/15 10/15/12 Susie Maxwell Berning Classic Norman, Okla. 12/18 10/16/12 Susie Maxwell Berning Classic Norman, Okla. 11/18 10/17/12 Susie Maxwell Berning Classic Norman, Okla. 10/18 10/28/12 10/29/12 10/30/12

Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational

Austin, Texas Austin, Texas Austin, Texas

13/15 14/15 13/15

02/10/13 Lady Puerto Rico Classic Rio Grande, P.R. T-2/15 02/11/13 Lady Puerto Rico Classic Rio Grande, P.R. T-3/15 02/12/13 Lady Puerto Rico Classic Rio Grande, P.R. 4/15

Sanna Nuutinen Junior Helsinki, Finland Mäkelänrinne Academy

02/18/13 Central District Invitational Parish, Fla. 7/12 02/19/13 Central District Invitational Parish, Fla. 7/12

Camry Tardy Sophomore Arlington, Texas Martin H.S.

03/08/13 Darius Rucker Intercollegiate Hilton Head, S.C. 12/15 03/09/13 Darius Rucker Intercollegiate Hilton Head, S.C. 11/15 03/10/13 Darius Rucker Intercollegiate Hilton Head, S.C. 12/15

Chaney Uhles

Junior

Fort Worth, Texas

Univ. of Central Oklahoma

03/22/13 LSU Tiger Golf Classic Baton Rouge, La. T-3/14 03/23/13 LSU Tiger Golf Classic Baton Rouge, La. 6/14 03/24/13 LSU Tiger Golf Classic Baton Rouge, La. T-6/14 04/12/13 Ping/ASU Invitational Phoenix, Ariz. T-12/17 04/13/13 Ping/ASU Invitational Phoenix, Ariz. 8/17 04/14/13 Ping/ASU Invitational Phoenix, Ariz. T-11/17 04/19/13 Big 12 Championship Rhodes, Iowa 7/9 04/20/13 Big 12 Championship Rhodes, Iowa 6/9 04/21/13 Big 12 Championship Rhodes, Iowa T-6/9 05/09/13 NCAA Central Regional Norman, Okla. 4/24 05/10/13 NCAA Central Regional Norman, Okla. 11/24 05/11/13 NCAA Central Regional Norman, Okla. 15/24

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HEAD coach ANGIE RAVAIOLI-L ARKIN HEAD COACH SMU, 1989

19th Season as TCU Head Coach

In leading the Horned Frog women’s golf program to 18 consecutive NCAA postseason appearances, Angie Ravaioli-Larkin has become an institution at TCU. In her 19th season, Ravaioli-Larkin is the third-most tenured head coach at TCU. During her long and distinguished time on campus, she has built her program into an annual national title contender. Prior to leading her program into its Big 12 era, Ravaioli-Larkin was the Mountain West Coach of the Year the last three seasons (2010-12) TCU was a member of the league. She has five conference coach of the year accolades when including her selection as the1996 Southwest Conference Coach of the Year and the 1998 Western Athletic Conference Coach of the Year. Under Ravaioli-Larkin’s watch, the Horned Frogs have reached the NCAA Championships seven times (1997, 1999, 2000, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010) and advanced to the NCAA Regionals each season since 1996. TCU won Mountain West championships its final two seasons in the league. Overall, Ravaioli-Larkin has led TCU to five conference titles in three different leagues (Western Athletic Conference, 1998; Conference USA, 2002; Mountain West, 2007, 2011-12). Ravaioli-Larkin has produced 33 allconference selections,seven All-Americans and 22 All-America Scholarsin her tenure as head coach. In addition to the 2012 MW Championship, the Horned Frogs also won the Central District Invitational in February. TCU had eight top-10 finishes, including five top-five results, in its 11 tournaments in 2011-12. TCU has finished first or second in 13 of its last 15 conference tournaments. TCU has won 15 tournaments under Ravaioli-Larkin. She has had six former TCU players (Susan Horton, Angela Stanford, Lori Sutherland, Brooke Tull, D’Rae Ward, Catherine Matranga) play professionally. Upon arrival at TCU in August 1994, Ravaioli-Larkin had one goal in mind - returning the women’s golf program, which won the 1983 national championship, to a level of prominence. She accomplished that goal in her fourth season, as the Horned Frogs earned a 12th-place result at the 1997 NCAA Championship. It was the third-best finish for TCU in its history. TCU has since continued its climb in gaining national respect from the collegiate golf world by becoming a team consistently ranked among the nation’s elite. The Horned Frogs’ success is not just something that has happened by chance. It is a reflection of the coach. Ravaioli-Larkin came to TCU knowing how to be successful on the links. A four-year letterwinner at SMU, she was a two-time All-Southwest Conference selection and was instrumental in the Mustangs advancing to postseason play. As a freshman, she was the runner-up at the 1986 SWC Tournament. She won a pair of tournaments her senior year and helped lead SMU to the 1986 and 1989 NCAA Championships. In August 1989, Ravaioli-Larkin turned professional and earned an assortment of impressive finishes. She competed in the 1992 U.S. Open and was the leading money winner on the 1991 Players West Golf Tour. Playing on the Asahi Asian Tour in 1992, Ravaioli-Larkin earned order merit honors and finished in the top 15 four times in five events. Ravaioli-Larkin, a Bedford, Texas, native, joined the TCU family in August 1994 after five years in the professional golf world. Undoubtedly known for her playing ability, she was quickly recognized for her coaching as well. Ravaioli-Larkin was named the 1996 Southwest Conference Co-Coach of the Year. In 1997, she was a finalist for NCAA District VI Coach of the Year laurels after leading her team to 12th place at the national tournament. In the spring of 1998, Ravaioli-Larkin netted District Coach of the Year honors as well as Coach of the Year distinction from the Western Athletic Conference. These awards are remarkable achievements, but what stands out most about Ravaioli-Larkin is her heart and ability to balance tasks. She is not only a golfer and coach, but a mentor, friend and mother. Ravaioli-Larkin encourages her team members to not only be the best golfers they can be but, more importantly, to be the best people they can be. She recognizes the importance of becoming a better person through both trials and successes. Ravaioli-Larkin wants her players to leave TCU with more than a great golfing career. She wants her student-athletes to graduate from college with a diploma in one hand and wonderful experiences and memories in the other. Ravaioli-Larkin’s teams have always been active members of the Fort Worth community, spending time with a number of charitable causes. She advocates that team members help with the “Reading Frogs” program. She has also developed a senior charity program in which the team’s seniors are responsible for adopting a charity of their choice. During the off-season, the team gives its time to that cause. Ravaioli-Larkin not only asks her players to serve others but also leads by example in serving on several boards and committees herself, including the National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) Educational Committee. She also leads the NGCA New Coaches Orientation.Prior to that, she served on the NGCA All-America Selection Committee and the Hall of Fame Committee from 19972001. In 1999, she was selected to the NCAA Regional Selection Committee. Well respected by her peers on campus, Ravaioli-Larkin has served on TCU’s NCAA compliance board and was the Chair of the TCU Head Coaches Committee in the 2000-01 academic year. She also is a member of the Chancellor’s Peer Group. These commitments not only demonstrate her character, but they show her ability to “walk her talk.” On the recruiting trail, Ravaioli-Larkin seeks quality student-athletes. She strongly believes in having positive mental attitudes and wants her players to leave TCU better people, no matter how life directs them after graduation. Ravaioli-Larkin truly feels that TCU is more than just four years -- it is a lifetime. She understands that golf is an individual sport but expects teamwork and team spirit in order to become champions. Golfing does not stop when she leaves her players. It is a family affair. Her husband, Rob Larkin, is vice president of asset management for Pegasus Golf. They are the parents of a daughter, Brittney, and son, Braeden. The personable “Coach Angie” has her program headed into the future with NCAA titles on the mind and passion in the heart. She strives to add another NCAA championship to the lore of the TCU women’s golf program. If the past is any indication of what is to come, a national title just might be for the taking.

UNDER COACH ANGIE RAVAIOLI-LARKIN 2012-2013 FALL Dick McGuire Invitational 295-311-308=914 11th Windy City Collegiate Classic 300-302-312=914 12th Susie Maxwell Berning Classic 305-312-299=916 10th Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational 311-297-299=907 13th SPRING Lady Puerto Rico Classic 293-304-298=895 4th Central Disrict Invitational 304-302-306=912 7th Darius Rucker Invitational 311-305-307=923 12th LSU Tiger Golf Classic 301-303-312=916 4th PING/Arizona State Invitational 292-285-303=880 T-11th Big 12 Championship 326-294-316=936 T-6th NCAA Central Regional 290-303-309=902 15th FALL Golf Week Challenge Dick McGuire Invitational Windy City Classic The Alamo Invitational SPRING Lady Puerto Rico Classic Central District Invitational Darius Rucker Invitational LSU Tiger Golf Classic PING/Arizona State Invitational Mountain West Championship NCAA East Regional

2007-2008 FALL NCAA Preview 305-304-300=909 Lady Paladin Invitational 300-297-299=896 Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown 299-297-308=904 SPRING Regional Challenge 306-310-309=925 Lady Puerto Rico Classic 294-300-293=887 Texas A&M MoMorial 325-334-332=991 Betsy Rawls Invitational 321-321=642 Bryan National Collegiate 310-325-312=947 MWC Championships 324-302-297=923 NCAA Central Regional 285-300-299=884 NCAA Women’s Chammpionship 298-310-312-307=1227

2011-2012 307-311-295=913 295-294-302=891 303-297-298=898 288-291-306=885

8th T2nd 4th 6th

305-312-316=933 297-289-296=882 301-301=602 306-314-317=937 292-294-293=879 304-299-301=904 302-304-294=900

13th 1st 7th 12th 4th 1st 14th

2010-2011 FALL UNM Dick McGuire Invitational 301-309-287=897 Windy City Classic 304-310-289=903 Mercedes Benz Championships 293-291-295=879 The Alamo Invitational 294-281-302=877 SPRING Lady Puerto Rico Classic 303-311-305=919 Central Disrict Invitational 290-297-300=887 LSU Tiger Golf Classic 310-309-308=927 Battle at Rancho Bernardo Inn 322-309-306=937 PING/Arizona State Invitational 297-296-298=891 Mountain West Championship 288-293-284=865 NCAA East Regional 302-297-294=893 2009-2010 FALL Hooters Match Play Championship 293-292=878 Dick McGuire Invitational 291-291-301=883 Windy City Collegiate Classic 298-305-303=906 Mercedes-Benz Championship 314-295-291=900 Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown 293-303-304=900 SPRING Northrop Grunman Challenge 305-304-303=912 Central District Invitational 295-296-295=886 Tiger/Wave Classic 305-298-293=896 Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational 298-301-302=901 Mountain West Championship 310-298-299=907 NCAA East Regional 287-296-297=880 NCAA Women’s Championship 292-308-295-304=1199 2008-2009 FALL Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire 301-308-313=922 Ron Moore Intercollegiate 305-289-286=880 Windy City Classic 306-297-297=900 Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown 290-283-286=859 SPRING Lady Puerto Rico Classic 302-301-313=916 Central District Invitational 310-292-307=909 LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic 290-301-289=880 Bryan National Collegiate 311-316-303=930 MWC Championships 305-302-310=917 NCAA West Regional 289-293-291=873 NCAA Women’s Championship 314-316-301-307=1238

2006-2007 FALL Dick McGuire Invitational 296-298-295=889 Jeannine McHaney Intercollegiate 298-297-286=881 Lady Paladin Invitational 310-313-313=936 Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown 303-300-294=897 Aloha Purdue Collegiate 303-313-291=907 SPRING Central District Invitational 311-301-294=906 Lady Puerto Rico Classic 289-296-308=893 Sun Trust Lady Gator Classic 297-291-302=890 Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational 306-309-303=918 BYU Dixie Classic 298-298-298=894 MWC Championships 300-306-297=903 NCAA Central Regional 289-291-303=883 NCAA Women’s Championship 300-299-300=309 2005-2006 FALL Badger Invitational 310-316-305=931 Dick McGuire Invitational 304-303-310=917 Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Invitational 287-283-299=869 Lady Paladin Invitational 301-304-298=903 Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown 308-297-295=900 SPRING Lady Puerto Rico Classic 307-301-307=915 Texas A&M MoMorial 318-309-308=935 Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational 303-323-314=940 Northwestern Invitational 292-301-292=885 MWC Championships 312-294-321=927 NCAA Central Regional 319-313-318=950

6th 4th 6th 1st 8th 4th 12th 15th 8th 1st 10th

2004-2005 FALL Dick McGuire Invitational 300-308-298=906 Jeannine McHaney Intercollegiate 304-306=610 Price’s Give Em Five Invitational 317-295-323=935 Lady Paladin Invitational 298-293-297=888 SPRING Lady Puerto Rico Classic 304-301-304=909 Texas A&M MoMorial 315-317-313=945 Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational 324-307-307=938 PING/ASU Invitational 306-300-304=910 Lady Boilermaker Invitational 299-299-300=898 Conference USA Championships 294-301-308=903 NCAA Central Regional 299-328-311=938

T11th T3rd T10th 6th 7th 10th 2nd 2nd 4th 2nd 8th T19th

2003-2004 FALL Oregon State Invitational 307-297-313=917 Dick McGuire Invitational 310-305-312=927 Shootout at the Legends 293-299-302=894 Lady Paladin Invitational 305-291-303=899 SPRING Tulane Invitational 318-319-329=966 Central District Invitational 299-305-311=915 Texas A&M MoMorial Invitational 307-308-297=912 Dr. Thompson Rainbow Tournament 309-301-320=930 Betsy Rawls Invitational 320-326-320=966 PING/ASU Invitational 313-310-297=919 Conference USA Championships 325-308-326=959 NCAA Central Regional 308-319-308=935

11th 2nd 2nd 7th 5th 7th 8th 13th 2nd 4th 18th

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15th 1st 10th 11th 3rd 8th 5th 14th 4th 4th 17th

4th T2nd 6th T11th 5th 4th 6th 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 3rd 11th

8th 13th 1st 3rd 13th 9th 3rd 5th 5th 4th T17th

9th 8th 10th 4th 2nd 4th 6th 13th T1st 2nd 19th

2nd T7th T4th 3rd 6th 4th 3rd 7th 9th 14th 2nd 12th

UNDER COACH ANGIE RAVAIOLI-LARKIN 2002-2003 FALL Dick McGuire Invitational 306-300-313=919 Price’s Give Em Five Intercollegiate 316-306-300=922 Lady Paladin Invitational 307-293-287=887 Auburn Derby 310-316-296=922 SPRING Tulane Invitational 309-303-310=922 Texas A&M MomMorial Invitational 316-312=628 Waterlefe/USF Invitational 307-292-299=898 Baylor-Tapatio Springs Shootout 298-319-308=925 Conference USA Championships 304-306-303=913 NCAA Central Regional 314-320-304=938

1998-1999 FALL Jeannine McHaney Invitational 299-309-310=918 Dick McGuire Invitational 302-310-303=915 Lady Paladin Invitational 315-299-299=913 Roadrunner Invitational 295-313-306=914 SPRING SMU/Ohio State Challenge 299-309-319=927 Bruin Classic 315-302-303=920 Rainbow Tournament 302-301-297=900 ASU Invitational 304-312-302=918 WAC Championships 296-316-312=924 NCAA West Regional 308-296-300=904 NCAA Women’s Championship 317-314-315=946

8th 8th 3rd 12th 2nd T7th 1st 4th 2nd 11th

2001-2002

FALL NCAA Fall Preview Big 12 Invitational Lady Paladin Invitational SPRING TRW Regional Challenge Central District Invitational Verizon Texas A&M MoMorial Invite Dr. Thompson Rainbow Tournament Betsy Rawls Longhorn Classic PING/ASU Invitational Conference USA Championships NCAA Central Regional

307-311=618 316-298-324=938 304-306-310=920

19th 5th 7th

321-307-318=946 312-296=608 315-318=633 302-319-303=924 320-322-310=952 304-299-295=898 298-298-290=886 314-320-304=938

18th 8th 3rd 3rd 7th 9th 1st 11th

2000-2001 FALL Dick McGuire Invitational 309-309-310=928 Mercedes-Benz Championship 311-310-302=923 Lady Paladin Invitational 300-299-306=905 Price’s Give Em Five Intercollegiate 289-292-316=897 SPRING TRW Regional Challenge 311-303-298=912 Betsy Rawls Longhorn Classic 306-295=601 Lady Rainbow Invitational 302-310-299=911 PING/ASU Invitational 299-303-293=895 WAC Championships 301-290-298=889 NCAA East Regional 302-310-304=916 1999-2000 FALL NCAA Fall Preview 317-312-315=944 Golf World/Palmetto Dunes 304-314-313=931 Dick McGuire Invitational 305-310-295=910 TRW Challenge 298-316-309=923 Lady Paladin Invitational 307-313-303=923 SPRING Midwest Classic 306-308-322=936 Betsy Rawls Longhorn Classic 311-310-311=932 WAC Championships 307-298-309=914 NCAA West Regional 305-293-294=832 NCAA Women’s Championship 311-296-312-331=1,240 1998-1999 FALL Jeannine McHaney Invitational 299-309-310=918 Dick McGuire Invitational 302-310-303=915 Lady Paladin Invitational 315-299-299=913 Roadrunner Invitational 295-313-306=914 SPRING SMU/Ohio State Challenge 299-309-319=927 Bruin Classic 315-302-303=920 Rainbow Tournament 302-301-297=900 ASU Invitational 304-312-302=918 WAC Championships 296-316-312=924 NCAA West Regional 308-296-300=904 NCAA Women’s Championship 317-314-315=946

FALL Colorado State Fall Classic The Topy Cup Dick McGuire Invitational Lady Paladin Invitational SPRING SMU/Ohio State Challenge GTE Mo-Morial Invitational Betsy Rawls Longhorn Classic PING/ASU Invitational Utah Dixie Classic WAC Championship NCAA West Regional

7th 3rd 5th 3rd 2nd 11th

1st 3rd 2nd 5th T20th

FALL Dick McGuire Invitational Ihlanfeldt Husky Lady Paladin Invitational National Collegiate

2nd 2nd 3rd T1st

9th 4th 3rd 4th 2nd 4th T17th

LORI SUTHERL AND ASSISTANT COACH TCU, 2002

6th Season as TCU Assistant Coach

Former TCU standout Lori Sutherland is in her sixth season as an assistant coach at her alma mater. Sutherland is still referred to as “Jaws,” her nickname as a player, by head coach Angie Ravaioli-Larkin. Sutherland is one of the top coaches in collegiate golf. Her fire and passion for life, fitness and winning brings high energy to the Horned Frogs.

304-303-298=905 326-326-313=965 302-290-308=900 297-306-305=908

2nd 4th 1st 6th

310-298-306=914 311-313-312=936 310-319-307=936 311-294-301=906 304-310=614 314-296-314=924 307-312-308=927

9th 4th 5th 6th 4th 1st T16th

1995-1996 FALL Chip-N-Club Invitational 326-321-324=971 Dick McGuire Invitational 314-325-328=967 Lady Paladin Invitational 313-316-313=942 San Diego State Fall Classic 318-322=640 SPRING Conquistadores Arizona Invitational 322-310-323=955 Betsy Rawls Longhorn Classic 323-328-313=964 PING/ASU Invitational 329-322-304=955 Susie M. Berning Classic 318-322-304=944

T20th 11th 8th 13th 6th

2nd 2nd 3rd T1st

1997-1998

1996-1997 SPRING Texas A&M Monica Welsh Memorial 305-301-332=938 San Jose State Spartan Invitational 324-310-318=946 Betsy Rawls Longhorn Classic 315-312-311=938 Rainbow Wahine Golf Invitational 318-310-318=946 PING/ASU Invitational 307-310-301=918 WAC Championships 314-314-308=936 NCAA West Regional 301-293-295=889 NCAA Women’s Championship 316-305-301-297=1,219

10th 6th 8th 2nd

ASSISTANT COACH

“Jaws is a tremendous asset to our program and is extremely knowledgeable with regards to the golf swing and course management,” Ravaioli-Larkin said. “She has always been a loyal Frog and has now become a life-long friend and coaching confidante.” Sutherland graduated from TCU in 2002. The DeSoto, Texas, native competed in 26 events in her TCU career with a scoring average of 78.0. She had four top 10 and eight top-20 finishes. Sutherland received the TCU Leap Frog award for most improved golfer her freshman and sophomore seasons. After graduation, Sutherland worked in private business in Fort Worth. Through the encouragement of former teammate and current LPGA Tour star Angela Stanford, Sutherland decided to begin a professional golf career. Winning the 2003 Texas Women’s Open served as the catalyst for Sutherland turning professional. She played for over two years on the Futures Tour and West Coast Golf Tour. After her time playing professionally, Sutherland worked at Ridglea Golf Club as an assistant golf pro instructor.

2nd 9th 1st T4th 5th 4th 7th 12th

6th 15th 15th 4th 19th 13th 2nd 2nd

1994-1995 318-325-327=970 332-337-347=1,016 332-314-324=970 337-328-337=1,002

15th 14th 19th 18th

TCU Athletics Media Relations is attempting to fill in missing information regarding the Frogs’ women’s golf history. Anyone with information of statistics is encouraged to contact the media relations office at (817) 257-7969.

9th 4th 3rd 4th 2nd 4th T17th

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KATY CARDNO

ALEXANDRA BONETTI ALEX ANDRA BONET TI

K AT Y CARDNO

Class: Sophomore

Class: Senior

Hometown: Paris, France

Hometown: Sugar Land, Texas

Last School: Jean Baptiste Say

Last School: Clements H.S.

2012-13 (Sophomore Season): Named to the Big 12 All-Tournament Team for her top 10 finish at the Big 12 Championship ... Finished second on the team in overall stroke (75.5) and final-round (76.5) averages ... only Horned Frog to compete in all 11 tournaments ... had eight top-20 finishes (three in the top-10) after having one as a freshman ... was TCU’s top finisher in last five tournaments, which included a sixth-place finish at the LSU Tiger Golf Classic (73-75-76=224) ... the Horned Frogs’ fourth-place finish at that tournament tied for their best performance of the year ... also tied for 12th at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic (73-75-74=222) ... top score of the campaign was a 1-under 215 at the PING/ASU Invitational, in which her second-round 67 was the best round of her career ... tied for 10th at the Big 12 Championship ... also tied for ninth at the Central District Invitational.

2012-13 (Senior Season): Competed in five tournaments for the Horned Frogs ... recorded her career-bests on the year in stroke average (78.5), lowest 18 (72), and lowest 54 (227) ... top performance of her career came at the Betsy Rawls Invitational (80-72-75=227) ... was also TCU’s top finisher at the event in Austin ... was third on the team in final-round average (76.6) ... also finished 49th at the tournament ... Lady Puerto Rico Classic (81-75-76=232) was her best ranking (T-45th) at any tournament on the season. 2011-12 (Junior Season): Named a Mountain West Scholar-Athlete ... Competed at the LSU Tiger Golf Classic. 2010-11 (Sophomore Season): Best finish was a tie for 50th at the Central District Invitational ... Tallied rounds of 75, 81 and 74 at that event ... The 74 was one of three she fired during the season for her low round ... Finished in a tie for 64th at The Alamo Invitational where she scored 82, 81 and 74 ... Carded rounds of 84, 80 and 74 at the LSU Golf Classic for a T71 finish ... Scoring average was 79.53 for five tournaments ... An Academic All-MWC selection and MWC Scholar-Athlete ... Named an All-America Scholar by the National Golf Coaches Association

2011-12 (Freshman Season): Named a Mountain West Scholar-Athlete ... Also awarded Academic All-MW... Ranked 18th in the MW with a stroke average of 76.81 ... One of three Frogs to compete in all 11 tournaments ... Tied for 20th at the MW Championship for her top finish ... Best overall score was a 6-over-par at the Dick McGuire Invitational (73-77-75=225) and at the Alamo Invitational (72-70-80=222) ... A 70 at the Alamo Invitational was her lowest round on the year.

Amateur: Four-time winner on the Texas Junior Golf Tour and Texas Legends Junior Tour ... One of two girls to qualify to represent South Texas at the 2008 Jackie Burke Cup ... Named to the 2008 All-Greater Houston team ... A 2008 All-Houston Golf Association first-team selection ... Finished second individually at the Regional Championships as a junior while placing fourth her senior year ... Posted a second-place finish at the 2009 Class 5A District Championship ... Recorded a fifth-place finish at the 2008 Texas State Junior Championships

Amateur: Claimed the 2010 British Open Girls’ Amateur Championship at Royal Belfast Golf Club ... Represented her country at the 2010 European Team Championship where the French team was victorious ... Played for France at the 2010 World Amateur Team Championships in Buenos Aires, Argentina ... Finished 13th individually at that event.

Personal: Parents are Derek and Caroline Cardno ... Has a sister, Laura ... Majoring in strategic communications with a minor in business

2012-13 // sophomore SEASON

2012-13 // SENIOR SEASON

Tournament

Scores

To Par

Placing

Tournament

Scores

To Par

Placing

Dick McGuire Invitational

76 - 79 - 80 = 235

+16

T-62nd

Dick McGuire Invitational

83 - 76 - 78 = 237

+18

T-74th

Windy City Collegiate Classic

73 - 77 - 78 = 228

+12

T-38th

Susie Maxwell Berning Classic

79 - 82 - 77 = 238

+22

T-76th

Susie Maxwell Berning Classic

79 - 75 - 75 = 229

+13

T-43rd

Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational

80 - 72 - 75 = 227

+11

49th

Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational

79 - 73 - 79 = 231

+15

T-58th

Lady Puerto Rico Classic

81 - 75 - 76 = 232

+16

T-45th

Lady Puerto Rico Classic

73 - 75 - 74 = 222

+6

T-12th

Darius Rucker Intercollegiate

84 - 83 - 77= 244

+31

T-72nd

Central District Invitational

72 - 77 - 73 = 222

+6

T-9th

Darius Rucker Intercollegiate

73 - 79 - 75 = 227

+14

T-32nd

2011-12 // JUNIOR SEASON

LSU Tiger Golf Classic

73 - 75 - 76 = 224

+8

6th

Tournament

Scores

To Par

Placing

PING/ASU Invitational

73 - 67 - 75 = 215

-1

T-17th

LSU Tiger Golf Classic

85 - 80 - 79 = 244

+28

T-62nd

Big 12 Championship

82 - 71 - 76 = 229

+13

71 - 77 - 80 = 228

+12

Tournament

Scores

To Par

Placing

Alamo Invitational

82 - 81 - 74 = 237

+21

T-64th

Lady Puerto Rico Classic

79 - 81 - 86 = 246

+30

90th

Central District Invitational

75 - 81 - 74 = 230

+14

T-50th

2010-11 // SOPHOMORE SEASON

T-10th NCAA Central Regional

T-73rd

2011-12 // FRESHMAN SEASON Tournament

Scores

To Par

Placing

LSU Tiger Golf Classic

84 - 80 - 74 = 238

+22

T-71st

Golfweek Conference Challenge

79 - 77 - 79 = 235

+19

T-51st

The Battle at Rancho Bernardo Inn

82 - 78 - 82 = 242

+26

T-75th

Dick McGuire Invitational

73 - 77 - 75 = 225

+6

T-23rd

Windy City Collegiate Classic

76 - 78 - 77 = 231

+15

T-53rd

Season

Alamo Invitational

72 - 70 - 80 = 222

+6

T-21st

2010-11

5

Lady Puerto Rico Golf Classic

78 - 74 - 78 = 230

+14

T-33rd

2011-12

1

3

Central District Invitational

74 - 77 - 76 = 227

+11

T-28th

2012-13

5

Darius Rucker Intercollegiate

78 - 82 = 160

+18

T-68th

Totals

11

LSU Tiger Golf Classic

75 - 82 - 80 = 237

+21

52nd

PING/ASU Invitational

74 - 74 - 79 = 227

+14

T-51st

Mountain West Championship

76 - 83 - 76 = 235

+19

T-20th

NCAA West Regional

75 - 79 - 75 = 229

+13

T-72nd

Season

Tourn.

Rounds

Strokes

Stroke Avg.

Low 18

Low 54

Sub-70

Wins

2nd-10

11th1

Tourn.

Rounds 15

Strokes

Stroke Avg.

1193

2011-12

11

32

2,458

76.8

70

222

0

0

0

11

33

2,490

75.5

67

215

1

0

3

5

Totals

22

65

4,948

76.1

67

215

1

0

3

6

Sub-70

Wins

2nd-10

11th-20

244

81.3

79

244

0

0

0

0

15

1178

78.5

72

227

0

0

0

0

33

2,615 79.2

8

Low 54

74 230 0 0 0

20 2012-13

Low 18

79.5

9

72 227 0 0 0

0

0

KORTNIE MAXOUTOPOLIS

MARIA MAYMON

KORTNIE MA XOUTOPOLIS

MARIA MAYMON

Hometown: Pleasanton, California

Hometown: Huixquilucan, Mexico

Last School: Rutgers

Last School: Colegio Miraflores

Class: Sophomore

Class: Freshman

2012-13 (Sophomore Season): Played in all seven spring tournaments for TCU after arriving in January ... improved her final finish in each of her first four events ... top performance of the year was her 224 (76-73-75) at the NCAA Central Regional, where she finished tied for 50th ... also recorded a 227 at the Darius Rucker Intercollegiate ... recorded a season-best 69 on her first round at the PING/ASU Invitational.

2012-13 (Freshman Season): Played in nine tournaments for the Horned Frogs ... her top performance came at the PING/ASU Invitational (7476-75=225) ... best round (71) was in the final 18 holes of the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational ... was also her third collegiate tournament. Amateur: First recruit from Mexico to sign with the TCU women’s golf program ... competed for Mexico’s National Team for four years ... totaled 22 top-10 finishes, including 15 in the top 5 ... won the 2009 Randy Smith Classic in Lubbock, Texas, and the 2008 National Interzonas Junior Championship in Guadalajara, Mexico ... her sister, Giovana, is also a competing member of the Mexican National Junior Team.

2011-12 (Freshman Season at Rutgers): Named All-BIG EAST Conference by the league’s head coaches ... Was also a 2011-12 BIG EAST All-Academic selection ... Had seven top-10 finishes, including two victories ... Competed in all nine events for the Scarlet Knights ... Had teambest stroke averages of 74.3 in the fall and 76.8 in the spring ... Won her first collegiate event with a three round 214 (70-73-71) at the Bucknell Invitational ... Also won the Rutgers Invitational with a 150 (75-75) ... Tied for eighth at the BIG EAST Championships with a 229 (75-78-76). Amateur: Ranked 115th nationally in junior golf for the class of 2011 with a scoring differential of 2.77 ... Placed third with partner Tom Kite at the 2010 First Tee Open at Pebble Beach ... A 2011 graduate of Foothill High School with a 4.0 cumulative grade point average ... A four-time firstteam All-East Bay Athletic League selection ... Placed first at the 2010 NCGA Players Championship (72-69) ... Earned second place at the 2010 NCGA Junior Championship at Spyglass Hill (78-72) ... Also placed second at the 2010 JGANC Joe Brophy Junior ... President of the Junior Golf of Northern Golf Association, a Junior Advisor Committee member and a member of the California Scholarship Federation. Personal: Daughter of Jeff and Terri Maxoutopoulis ... Very involved in community outreach initiatives ... Community involvement has included volunteering with the Open Heart Kitchen, National Charity League, Special Olympics, Vacation Bible Camp and supporting the Pleasanton summer library program.

2012-13 // Sophomore SEASON

2012-13 // FRESHMAN SEASON

Tournament

Scores

To Par

Placing

Tournament

Scores

To Par

Placing

Lady Puerto Rico Classic

72 - 81 - 78 = 231

+15

T-40th

Dick McGuire Invitational

74 - 82 - 77 = 233

+14

T-55th

Central District Invitational

78 - 77 - 76 = 231

+15

T-36th

Windy City Collegiate Classic

75 - 74 - 80 = 229

+13

T-40th

Darius Rucker Intercollegiate

75 - 75 - 77 = 227

+14

T-32nd

Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational

77 - 80 - 71 = 228

+12

T-50th

LSU Tiger Golf Classic

77 - 77 - 78 = 232

+16

T-31st

Lady Puerto Rico Classic

75 - 81 - 75 = 231

+15

T-40th

PING/ASU Invitational

69 - 84 = 153

+9

T-88th

Central District Invitational

76 - 76 - 81 = 233

+17

T-40th

Big 12 Championship

84 - 76 - 81 = 241

+25

T-33rd

LSU Tiger Golf Classic

79 - 78 - 78 = 235

+19

T-42nd

NCAA Central Regional

76 - 73 - 75 = 224

+8

T-50th

PING/ASU Invitational

74 - 76 - 75 = 225

+9

T-55th

Big 12 Championship

91 - 79 - 85 = 255

+39

44th

NCAA Central Regional

74 - 79 - 78 = 231

+15

T-85th

Season

Tourn.

Rounds

Strokes

Stroke Avg.

2012-13

7

20

1,539

Totals

7

20

1,539 77.0

77.0

Low 18

Low 54

Sub-70

Wins

2nd-10

11th-20

69 224 1 0 0

0

69 224 1 0 0

0

Season

Tourn.

Rounds

Strokes

Stroke Avg.

Low 54

Sub-70

Wins

2nd-10

11th-20

9

27

2,100 77.8

71 225 0 0 0

0

Totals

9

27

2,100 77.8

71 225 0 0 0

0

10

Low 18

2012-13

11

APRIL McCOY

SANNA NUUTINEN

APRIL McCOY

SANNA NUUTINEN

Hometown: Carrollton,Texas

Hometown: Helsinki, Finland

Last School: Creekview H.S.

Last School: Mäkelänrinne Academy

Class: Sophomore

Class: Junior

2012-13 (Sophomore Season): Won the individual title at the Windy City Collegiate Classic (73-72-69=214) with a 2 under par ... her third-round score was the best of her career and enabled her to edge two golfers by a stroke for the championship ... overcame a four-stroke final-round deficit to claim the title ... her 214 was also a 17-stroke improvement from her previous time out at the Dick McGuire Invitational ... her next-best performance came at the Big 12 Championship, where she finished tied for 22nd with a 236 ... top score was at the NCAA Central Regional where she shot an 8 over par.

2012-13 (Junior Season): Played in ten tournaments for the Horned Frogs ... missed the Windy City Collegiate Classic to represent her native Finland at the Women’s Amateur Team Championship in Antalya, Turkey ... her overall stroke (75.2) and final round (76.2) averages were both best on the team ... was TCU’s top finisher in three of its first five tournaments ... finished in the top-10 at four tournaments with a total of five top-20 results ... best round came in the first 18 holes of the Susie Maxwell Berning Classic, where her 69 helped her to a ninth-place finish overall ... came in eighth at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic, recording 73s in all three rounds ... top overall score came in the PING/ASU Invitational (71-73-72=216) ... also tied for seventh at the LSU Tiger Golf Classic (72-73-80=225) ... tied for 13th at the Big 12 Championships (82-72-76=230).

2011-12 (Freshman Season): Named All-Mountain West ... Ranked third on TCU and 11th in the MW in stroke average (76.17) ... Three top-20 finishes ... Top result was tying for sixth at the MW Championship with rounds of 79-72-74=225 ... Lowest round recorded was a 71 in her second round at the Central District Invitational with rounds of 76-71-73 ... Played in 10 tournaments ... Best overall score was a 4-over-par at the Dick McGuire Invitational (74-73-76=223) and the Central District Invitational (76-71-73=220).

2011-12 (Sophomore Season): Mountain West individual champion after winning a four-hole playoff ... Helped TCU capture the MW Championship as a team for the second-straight year ... Named All-MW for the second-consecutive season ... Awarded Academic All-MW ... Ranked fifth in the MW this year with a career-best stroke average of 75.25 ... One of three Frogs to compete in all 11 events ... Posted five top-20 finishes ... Only Frog to earn a medalist honors in a tournament on the year... Lowest round on the season was a 69 at the Windy City Collegiate Classic ... Shot a 74-73-69=216 for an even-par score at this tournament.

Amateur: The No. 31 recruit in the nation according to the American Junior Golf Association ... Tied for fifth at the 2010 Texas 5A State Championship ... First-team all-state selection ... Has wins at the Dallas Baptist University Invitational and the 2009 Future Collegiate Girls Championship.

2010-11 (Freshman Season): Honored as the Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year ... Named to the All-MWC team ... Posted her top finish of the year in the fall opener with a seventh-place showing at the Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire event ... Scored round of 74-77-68 ... That 68 was her low round of the season ... Finished tied for 15th at the MWC Championship after rounds of 76-75-71 ... Helped the Frogs to the league title ... Was tied for 17th at the Alamo Invitational, carding rounds of 77-71-75 as the Frogs won the team crown ... Other top 25s came at the Central District

2012-13 // JUNIOR SEASON

2012-13 // SOPHOMORE SEASON

Tournament

Scores

To Par

Placing

Dick McGuire Invitational

73 - 76 - 74 = 223

+4

T-21st

Susie Maxwell Berning Classic

69 - 78 - 73 = 220

+4

9th

Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational

76 - 77 - 80 = 233

+17

T-64th

Tournament

Scores

To Par

Placing

Dick McGuire Invitational

72 - 80 - 79 = 231

+12

T-43rd

Lady Puerto Rico Classic

73 - 73 - 73 = 219

+3

8th

Windy City Collegiate Classic

73 - 72 - 69 = 214

-2

1st

Central District Invitational

79 - 72 - 76 = 227

+11

T-20th

Susie Maxwell Berning Classic

78 - 78 - 74 = 230

+14

T-47th

Darius Rucker Intercollegiate

82 - 72 - 80 = 234

+21

T-54th

Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational

79 - 75 - 74 = 228

+12

T-50th

LSU Tiger Golf Classic

72 - 73 - 80 = 225

+9

T-7th

Central District Invitational

78 - 77 - 84 = 239

+23

53rd

PING/ASU Invitational

71 - 73 - 72 = 216

Even

T-22nd

Darius Rucker Intercollegiate

81 - 79 - 78 = 238

+25

T-64th

Big 12 Championship

82 - 72 - 76 = 230

+14

T-13th

LSU Tiger Golf Classic

87 - 79- 84 = 250

+34

67th

NCAA Central Regional

73 - 79 - 78 = 230

+14

T-81st

PING/ASU Invitational

74 - 78 - 81 = 233

+17

T-72nd

2011-12 // SOPHOMORE SEASON

Big 12 Championship

78 - 75 - 83 = 236

+20

T-22nd

Tournament

Scores

To Par

Placing

NCAA Central Regional

72 - 74 - 78 = 224

+8

T-50th

Golfweek Conference Challenge

78 - 75 - 72 = 225

+9

T-11th

Dick McGuire Invitational

80 - 72 - 78 = 230

+11

T-48th

2011-12 // FRESHMAN SEASON

Windy City Collegiate Classic

74 - 73 - 69 = 216

Even

Tournament

Scores

To Par

Placing

Alamo Invitational

72 - 73 - 76 = 221

+5

Golfweek Conference Challenge

77 - 81 - 78 = 236

+20

T-54th

Lady Puerto Rico Classic

77 - 78 - 82 = 237

+21

T-53rd

Dick McGuire Invitational

74 - 73 - 76 = 223

+4

T-14th

Central District Invitational

71 - 72 - 75 = 218

+2

T-6th

Windy City Collegiate Classic

76 - 79 - 78 = 233

+17

T-57th

Darius Rucker Intercollegiate

76 - 76 = 152

+10

T-30th

Alamo Invitational

72 - 74 - 76 = 222

+6

T-21st

LSU Tiger Golf Classic

76 - 77 - 79 = 232

+16

T-36th

PING/ASU Invitational

76 - 74 - 76 = 226

+13

T-46th

Mountain West Championship

73 - 70 - 74 = 234

+1

1st

NCAA West Regional

78 - 80 - 76 = 234

+18

T-98th

Central District Invitational

76 - 71 - 73 = 220

+4

T-13th

Darius Rucker Intercollegiate

83 - 73 = 156

+14

T-49th

LSU Tiger Golf Classic

83 - 78 - 79 = 240

+24

T-56th

T-4th

T-17th

2010-11 // FRESHMAN SEASON

PING/ASU Invitational

72 - 75 - 75 = 222

+9

T-26th

Mountain West Championship

79 - 72 - 74 = 225

+9

T-6th

Tournament

Scores

To Par

Placing

NCAA West Regional

82 - 77 - 73 = 232

+16

T-93rd

UNM Dick McGuire Invitational

74 - 77 - 68 = 219

Even

7th

Windy City Collegiate Classic

77 - 79 - 76 = 232

+19

T-30th

Mercedes Benz Women’s Collegiate Championships

76 - 74 - 78 = 228

+12

T-50th

Alamo Invitational

77 - 71 - 75 = 223

+7

T-17th

Lady Puerto Rico Classic

75 - 84 - 79 = 238

+22

T-71st

Central District Invitational

74 - 77 - 74 = 225

+9

T-25th

The Battle at Rancho Bernardo Inn

77 - 78 - 72 = 227

+11

T-25th

PING/ASU Invitational

76 - 77 - 76 = 229

+13

T-49th

Mountain West Championship

76 - 75 - 71 = 222

+6

T-15th

NCAA East Regional

76 - 75 - 72 = 223

+7

Season

Tourn.

Rounds

Strokes

Stroke Avg.

Low 18

Low 54

2011-12

10

29

2,209

76.2

71

222

2012-13

10

30

2,323

77.4

69

Totals

20

59

4,532

76.8

69

Sub-70

Wins

2nd-10

11th-20

0

0

1

2

214

1

1

0

0

214

1

1

1

2

Season

12

Tourn.

Rounds

Strokes

Stroke Avg.

2010-11

10

30

2,266

2011-12

11

32

2,425 75.8

75.5

Low 18

Low 54

Sub-70

T-38th Wins

2nd-10

68 219 1 0 1

2

69 216 1 1 2

2

2012-13

10

30

2,257

75.2

69

Totals

31

92

6,948

75.5

68 216 3 1 7

13

11th-20

216

1

0

4

1 5

CAMRY TARDY CAMRY TARDY

CHANEY UHLES CHANEY UHLES

Class: Sophomore

Class: Junior

Hometown: Arlington, Texas

Hometown: Fort Worth, Texas

Last School: Martin H.S.

Last School: Univ. of Central Oklahoma

2012-13 (Sophomore Season): Competed in the Windy City Collegiate Classic.

2012-13: Sat out the season per NCAA transfer rules.

2011-12 (Freshman Season): Named a Mountain West Scholar-Athlete ... Competed in the Lady Puerto Rico Classic.

2011-12 (Sophomore Season at UCO): Ranked 10th on Golfstat Rank (DII) at end of sophomore year ... Placed first in the Missouri Western State University Invitational and the Sonoma State Women’s Spring Invitational ... Also placed fourth in the NCAA D2 Regionals and tied for fifth in the NCAA Division II National Championship ... Was a NGCA All-America Team, NGCA All-America Scholar Team and All-West Region Team selection ... Had nine Top 10 finishes ... Total scoring average for the year was 75.77

Amateur: Placed first in two events on the NTPGA Junior Tour ... Three time qualifier for 5A UIL Regionals ... Tied for 6th in the Legends 2011 Texas Girl’s State Junior Championship and the Lanny Watkins Junior Championship ... Placed 4th in the Southwest Junior Open Championship ... Played in six events on the Texas Junior Golf Tour.

2010-11 (Freshman Season at University of Central Oklahoma): Four Top 10 finishes ... Was a NGCA All America Scholar Team selection ... Earned honorable mention at the All-Lone Star Conference ... Placed on the President’s Honor Roll for both fall and spring semesters ... Total scoring average for the year was 77.36 Amateur: Three time Texas Christian Athletic Fellowship (TCAF) State Champion at Hill School in Fort Worth, Texas ... Set Hill School records for single-round (four-under-par 67) and two day tournament (one-under-par 141)

2012-13 // SOPHOMORE SEASON Tournament

Scores

To Par

Placing

Windy City Collegiate Classic

79 - 84 - 85 = 248

+32

79th

Tournament

Scores

To Par

Placing

Lady Puerto Rico Classic

78 - 89 - 81 = 248

+32

79th

2011-12 // FRESHMAN SEASON

Season

Tourn.

Rounds

Strokes

Stroke Avg.

Low 18

Low 54

Wins

2nd-10

11th-20

2011-12

1

3

248

82.7

78

248

0

0

0

0

2012-13

1

3

248

82.7

79

248

0

0

0

0

Totals

2

6

496

82.7

78

248

0

0

0

0

Sub-70

14

15

ALL-TIME NCAA TOURNAMENT PARTICIPATION 2010 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

FINAL TEAM STANDINGS Purdue 1 2 USC 3 Alabama 4 Arizona State 5 Arizona 6 UCLA 7 Vanderbilt T8 Duke T8 Oklahoma State 10 Florida State

284-294-280-295 282-288-295-289 289-288-294-286 288-293-290-290 296-286-293-291 288-292-302-287 296-292-291-291 288-303-300-288 295-294-296-294 289-302-294-297

TCU SCORES T43 Valentine Derrey T61 Melissa Loh T61 Brooke Beeler T102 Rachel Raastad T115 Louise Kristersson

73-77-73-73 72-79-74-75 70-76-77-77 77-80-71-79 78-76-79-80

May 22-25 • LPGA International Legends Course • Daytona Beach, Fla. 6,984 yards • par 72

1153 1154 1157 1161 1166 1169 1170 1179 1179 1182 296 300 300 307 313

2009 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

302-298-291-291 296-293-304-297 301-295-294-301 303-297-309-290 294-304-309-299 308-301-302-296 299-301-306-304 305-302-301-304 312-298-302-301 306-301-311-298 314-316-301-307

TCU SCORES T30 Rachel Raastad T66 Valentine Derrey T90 Allyson Ferguson T96 Brooke Beeler T107 Prisela Campbell

77-74-72-78 78-83-76-73 80-81-77-77 79-79-79-79 83-82-76-79

1,178 1,180 1,190 1,191 1,192 1,197 1,200 1,202 1,202 1,208 1,219

TCU Scores T11 Catherine Matranga T34 Elin Emanuelsson T57 Camille Blackerby T91 Valentine Derrey T110 Megan O’Donnell

72-71-74-80 78-77-75-73 76-79-74-78 86-74-77-78 81-77-83-85

TCU SCORES Angela Stanford T25 T49 Amanda Workman T56 Shannon Fisher T66 Susan Horton T79 Dana Schmid

77-75-75-72 78-77-78-73 82-77-73-76 83-76-76-76 79-83-77-77

299 306 308 311 316

297 303 307 315 326

308 309 312 320 DNF

*Fourth round cancelled due to thunderstorms

77-80-72-74 74-76-77-79 72-77-81-77 75-77-82-80 78-82-82-77

303 306 307 314 319

FINAL TEAM STANDINGS T1 UCLA (won one-hole playoff ) T1 San Jose State 3 Arizona 4 USF 5 Georgia 6 Stanford 7 Texas 8 Lamar 9 Tulsa 10 Kentucky 17 TCU TCU SCORES Barbara Plant T26 T69 Tricia Allen T86 Jane Kragh

FINAL TEAM STANDINGS 1 TCU 2 Tulsa 3 Georgia 4 SMU 5 Florida 6 Miami (Fla.) 7 Lamar 8 Florida International 9 Furman 10 USF TCU SCORES 4 Rita Moore T5 Marci Bozarth T19 Anne Kelly T23 Rae Rothfelder T30 Jenny Lidback

306 318 326

1989 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

FINAL TEAM STANDINGS 1 Duke T2 Arizona State T2 Georgia 4 Arizona 5 Pepperdine 6 Tulsa 7 Southern California 8 Stanford 9 Texas 10 LSU T17 TCU

288-309-298 300-309-294 301-303-299 305-307-292 302-301-308 313-300-300 305-302-307 304-304-308 309-298-314 303-314-306 317-314-315

895 903 903 904 911 913 914 916 921 923 946

TCU SCORES T29 Angela Stanford T48 Jennifer Patterson T69 Susan Horton T85 Brenda Anderson T88 Shannon Fisher

82-75-73 78-78-78 77-81-81 81-80-83 81-81-84

230 234 239 244 246

FINAL TEAM STANDINGS 1 San Jose State 2 Tulsa 3 Oklahoma State 4 Arizona 5 Florida Arizona State T6 T6 Georgia 8 North Carolina 9 Southern California T10 Stanford T10 Texas 14 TCU TCU SCORES T26 Ellie Gibson T48 Barbara Pestana T59 Tricia Allen T78 Annette Kealoha T80 Chris Miller

300-299-302-292 1,193 304-298-297-297 1,196 306-302-300-298 1,206 304-305-299-301 1,209 300-306-312-297 1,215 308-306-307-295 1,216 309-313-306-298 1,226 303-311-298-317 1,229 315-303-300-312 1,230 311-307-310-305 1,233 74-75-74-71 72-75-74-74 78-77-76-73 77-76-78-74 77-73-79-78

294 295 304 305 307

May 26-29 • Georgia GC • Athens, Ga. 6,064 yards • par 74

FINAL TEAM STANDINGS 1 Tulsa 1,191 2 TCU 1,227 3 Oklahoma State 1,233 4 Florida 1,234 5 Texas A&M 1,246 6 Stanford 1,247 7 UCLA 1,248 8 New Mexico 1,251 9 Southern California 1,253 10 Arizona State 1,254 TCU SCORES Anne Kelly 15 T19 Marci Bozarth T19 Rae Rothfelder

307 315 317 322 323

16

311 321 327 333

1982 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

308-296-293-311 1,208 294-301-299-315 1,209 312-305-300-301 1,219 308-305-299-308 1,220 300-311-303-316 1,230 311-312-302-309 1,234 310-300-312-312 1,234 309-303-307-318 1,237 313-311-297-317 1,238 310-309-299-322 1,240 313-313-309-317 1,240 325-310-301-322 1,252 82-74-76-75 83-79-74-79 78-81-79-79 82-84-72-84 83-76-81-83

76-75-79-81 75-76-82-88 82-83-79-83 80-85-83-85

May 25-28 • Georgia GC • Athens, Ga. 6,064 yards • par 74

301-288-307-301 1,197 300-291-307-299 1,197 306-301-306-299 1,212 298-298-316-305 1,217 306-301-303-312 1,222 312-305-302-305 1,224 312-304-309-307 1,232 305-315-303-310 1,233 309-307-310-309 1,235 312-304-313-308 1,237 328-314-319-317 1,278 80-73-75-78 83-80-78-77 83-77-83-83

305-298-303-308 1,214 307-302-304-308 1,221 304-303-317-302 1,226 307-315-306-300 1,228 310-308-309-310 1,237 311-305-315-307 1,238 307-315-309-313 1,244 307-322-304-312 1,245 316-314-313-311 1,254 318-322-304-317 1,261 313-319-323-337 1,292

1983 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

May 24-27 • Stanford GC • Stanford, Calif. 5,953 yards • par 73

May 19-21 • Tulsa CC • Tulsa, Okla. 6,202 yards • par 71

284-300-295-289 1,168 289-295-298-292 1,174 299-300-300-281 1,180 298-304-303-283 1,188 290-301-301-297 1,189 293-294-308-296 1,191 295-299-299-298 1,191 298-297-302-297 1,194 301-299-297-299 1,196 293-306-306-292 1,197 298-310-312-307 1,227

TCU SCORES Kris Hanson T28 T63 Rae Rothfelder T76 Kris Tschetter T82 Rita Moore

May 21-24 • Scarlet Course • Columbus, Ohio 6,101 yards • par 72

299-285-281-310 1,175 301-298-297-300 1,196 295-308-291-303 1,198 305-291-297-306 1,199 301-298-306-301 1,206 302-302-300-306 1,210 296-303-296-316 1,211 302-312-296-303 1,213 298-303-307-307 1,215 313-298-302-303 1,216 311-296-302-331 1,240 79-75-72-82 78-72-79-80 79-74-78-81 81-75-76-88 75-76-76-WD

FINAL TEAM STANDINGS Miami (Fla.) 1 2 Arizona State 3 Furman 4 Florida 5 USF 6 Tulsa 7 Duke 8 New Mexico 9 Stanford 10 Ohio State 14 TCU

1991 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

1999 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

May 20-23 • UNM Championship GC • Albuquerque, N.M. 6,375 yards • par 72

TCU SCORES T48 Valentine Derrey Melissa Loh T65 T68 Prisela Campbell T93 Carrie Morris T109 Allyson Ferguson

297-300-290-291 299-293-295-293 292-298-302-298 304-300-293-294 301-297-301-293 309-301-295-292 303-302-297-298 303-308-296-295 308-301-298-295 305-301-303-299 316-305-301-297

TCU SCORES T65 Lori Sutherland T68 Jennifer Patterson T81 Brenda Anderson T105 Shannon Barr WD Angela Stanford

2008 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

FINAL TEAM STANDINGS 1 USC 2 UCLA 3 Duke 4 Purdue 5 Arizona State T6 Denver T6 Texas A&M 8 Arkansas 9 Florida 10 Wake Forest T17 TCU

FINAL TEAM STANDINGS Arizona State 1 2 San Jose State 3 Arizona 4 Stanford 5 UCLA 6 Tennessee 7 Oregon T8 Ohio State T8 Tulsa 10 Florida 12 TCU

FINAL TEAM STANDINGS 1 Arizona 2 Stanford 3 Texas 4 Southern California 5 Tennessee 6 Auburn 7 Georgia 8 Pepperdine 9 Purdue 10 LSU TCU T20

301 310 315 316 320

May 23-26 • Innisbrook GC • Athens, Ga. 6,036 yards • par 73

300-287-293-290 1,170 303-294-291-297 1,185 303-291-299-293 1,186 295-306-304-291 1,196 299-300-304-294 1,197 303-302-298-297 1,200 306-299-300-297 1,202 303-299-300-303 1,205 309-304-300-300 1,213 297-306-307-304 1,214 307-299-300-309 1,215

May 24-27 • Crosswater CC • Sunriver, Ore. 6,482 yards • par 71 1,182 1,190 1,191 1,199 1,206 1,207 1,210 1,212 1,213 1,216 1,238

1984 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

May 21-24 • Scarlet Course • Columbus, Ohio 6,101 yards • par 72

FINAL TEAM STANDINGS Duke 1 2 Purdue 3 UCLA 4 USC 5 Stanford 6 Vanderbilt 7 Pepperdine 8 Georgia 9 Auburn 10 Louisville 11 TCU

2000 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

May 19-22 • Caves Valley GC • Owings Mills, MD 6,443 yards • par 72 FINAL TEAM STANDINGS 1 Arizona State 2 UCLA 3 Southern California 4 Oklahoma State 5 Denver, Univ. of 6 Duke 7 North Carolina 8 Virginia 9 Pepperdine 10 Purdue TCU 18

1997 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

2007 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

May 18-21, 2010 • Country Club of Landfall - Dye Course • Wilmington, N.C. 6,368 yards • par 72

ALL-TIME NCAA TOURNAMENT PARTICIPATION

17

75-77-75-77 75-79-81-72 73-80-77-77

304 307 307

1983 NCAA WOMEN’S GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE TOURNAMENTS BIG 12 CONFERENCE Year Location 2013 Norman, Okla.

Team Winner/TCU Individual Winner/TCU Best Oklahoma State (905), First Lauren Taylor, Baylor (213) TCU (936), T-Sixth Alexandra Bonetti, TCU (229), T-10th Sanna Nuutinen, TCU (230), T-13th

MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE Year Location Team Winner/TCU 2012 Litchfield Park, Ariz. TCU (904), First 2011 Litchfield Park, Ariz. TCU (865), First

She just didn’t know how good. But it was one of the best in TCU history as the Frogs quickly wiped out a two-stroke deficit and fired a record four-under par 292 to win the NCAA Women’s Golf Championship. The day’s effort gave the Frogs a four-day, 72-hole total of nine-over 1,193 on the hilly and pine-lined University of Georgia course as they beat defending champion Tulsa by three strokes. For TCU, this was the first national team title that the school actually “won,” although the 1938 Frog football team was voted No. 1 in the nation after going undefeated. It was definitely a time to celebrate as the Frogs won the national title and two golfers—Marci Bozarth and Jenny Lidback—were named first-team All-Americans. Bozarth, a senior, closed with a 74 over the 6,064-yard course while, ironically, Lidback’s 78 was the throw-away score. Senior Anne Kelly, who helped the Frogs win the SWC crown by firing a final day 69, pitched in with a one-under 73 from her fifth player spot. And Rae Rothfelder, who was two-under after nine holes, came through with a 74. “The key is that we got off to a good start,” said head coach Fred Warren. “I thought we could shoot this course under par, but we always got off to such a bad start we were always just trying to get back to par the first three days.” “But I had a good feeling coming out here today. I just really thought we would win, and it’s much more satisfying to do it by beating an excellent Tulsa team. And Tulsa played good today, too.” According to Tulsa’s coaach Dale McNamara, “We made an honorable run at it. TCU just played fantastic. But that’s golf, and that’s the way it should have been.” The Frogs didn’t make their move until the seventh hole, though, and had actually lost two strokes through the first six as the Golden Hurricane was one-over at that point and TCU was three-over. Then in the closing holes on the front, disaster struck the Hurricane and the Frogs finished in a flurry of red numbers. Rothfelder drilled a five-iron to within a foot of the hole on the short (401 yards) par-five ninth and sank the putt for an eagle. Moore birdied seven and nine to go from one-over to one-under, and Kelly did likewise. When the Frogs and Hurricane finished the first nine holes, the Frogs had picked up four strokes with a one-under total to a three-over sum. There were some anxious moments on the back when Rothfelder bogeyed her first three holes and when Moore bogeyed 10. However, Moore came back with a birdie on 11 and Rothfelder birdied 13 to get the Frogs back on track. Kelly and Bozarth said the victory helped ease some of the pain from last year when they finished second to Tulsa in the NCAA, but 36 strokes off the pace. “We came away angry at ourselves last year,” Bozarth said. “But we had a good attitude this year. Everyone has won a tournament this year, so everyone knows how to win. And winning this—it’s like a dream come true.”

Charles Clines Fort Worth Star-Telegram

1983 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS May 23-28 • Georgia GC • Athens, Ga. 6,064 yards • par 74

FINAL TEAM STANDINGS 1 TCU 2 Tulsa 3 Georgia 4 SMU 5 Florida 6 Miami (Fla.) 7 Lamar 8 Florida International 9 Furman 10 South Florida

300-299-302-292 304-298-297-297 306-302-300-298 304-305-299-301 300-306-312-297 308-306-307-295 309-313-306-298 303-311-298-317 315-303-300-312 315-303-300-312

1,193 1,196 1,206 1,209 1,215 1,216 1,226 1,229 1,230 1,233

(+9) (+12) (+22) (+25) (+31) (+32) (+42) (+45) (+46) (+49)

1 2 3 4 5t 5t 19t 23t 30t

Penny Hammel, Miami Cindy Davis, Furman Jody Rosenthal, Tulsa Rita Moore, TCU Kathe Kingston, Miss. State Marci Bozarth, TCU Anne Kelly, TCU Rae Rothfelder, TCU Jenny Lidback, TCU

72-72-71-69 72-69-74-75 70-75-72-74 74-75-74-71 70-72-73-80 72-75-74-74 78-77-76-73 77-76-78-74 77-73-79-78

284 290 291 294 295 295 304 305 307

(-12) (-6) (-5) (-2) (-1) (-1) (+8) (+9) (+11)

Year-By-Year NCAA Final Results 2010...........................................................................................T-19th 2009...............................................................................................18th 2008...............................................................................................17th 2007...............................................................................................11th 2006.................................................................................... Regionals 2005.................................................................................... Regionals 2004.................................................................................... Regionals 2003.................................................................................... Regionals 2002.................................................................................... Regionals

2001.................................................................................... Regionals 2000...............................................................................................20th 1999...............................................................................................17th 1998.................................................................................... Regionals 1997...............................................................................................12th 1996.................................................................................... Regionals 1994.................................................................................... Regionals 1993.................................................................................... Regionals

1992.................................................................................... Regionals 1991...............................................................................................17th 1989...............................................................................................14th 1984...............................................................................................14th 1983............................................................................ 1st 1982................................................................................................2nd

Therese Koelbaek, UNLV (209) Prisela Campbell, TCU (215), Fourth Brooke Beeler/Melissa Loh, TCU (218), T-7th

2010 Seaside, Calif. New Mexico (898) TCU (907), Second

Jodi Ewart, New Mexico (216) Rachel Raastad, TCU (221), Second Brooke Beeler, TCU (229), T-8th

2009 Seaside, Calif. New Mexico (903) TCU (917), Second

Jonelle Martinez, Wyoming (221) Brooke Beeler, TCU (225), Fourth Rachel Raastad, TCU (231), T-10th

2008 Albuquerque, N.M. New Mexico (888) TCU (923), Fourth

Jodi Ewart, New Mexico (219) Melissa Loh, TCU (227), Sixth Valentine Derrey, TCU (231), 13th

2007 St. George, Utah TCU (903), First

Jodi Ewart, New Mexico (220) Valentine Derrey, TCU (221), Second Catherine Matranga, TCU (226), Fourth

St. George, Utah UNLV (895) 2006 TCU (927), Fourth

CONFERENCE USA

Alison Walshe, Tulane (214) Catherine Matranga, TCU (227) 10th Elin Emanuelsson, TCU (231), 17th

Year Location Team Winner/TCU 2005 Germantown, Tenn. Tulane (898) TCU (903), Second

Individual Winner/TCU Best Alison Walshe, Tulane (214) Stacey Bieber, TCU (223), Second D”Rae Ward, TCU (225), Fifth

2004 Fort Worth, Texas Tulane (941) TCU (959), Second

Liliana Alvarez, Tulane (226) Brooke Tull, TCU (230), Third Camille Blackerby, TCU (238), Seventh

2003 Dade City, Fla. USF (912) TCU (913), Second

D’Rae Ward, TCU (224) Brooke Tull, TCU (226), Fourth Shannon Barr, TCU (228), Sixth

2002 Hattiesbug, Miss. TCU (886), First

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

Individual Winner/TCU Best Sanna Nuutinen, TCU (217) April McCoy, TCU (225), T-6th Brooke Beeler, TCU (230), T-13th

Brooke Tull, TCU (215) Shannon Barr, TCU (223), Eighth D”Rae Ward, TCU (223), Eighth

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Year Location Team Winner/TCU 2001 Dallas, Texas Tulsa (864) TCU (889), Second

Individual Winner/TCU Best Stacy Prammanasudh, Tulsa (211) Courtney Wood, TCU (219), Third Shannon Barr, TCU (225), 10th Brenda Anderson, TCU (225), 10th

2000 Broken Arrow, Okla. Tulsa (911) TCU (914), Second

Angela Stanford, TCU (218) Lori Sutherland, TCU (233), Ninth Shannon Barr, TCU (235), 10th

1999 Pleasanton, Calif. Tulsa (923) TCU (924), Second

Niina Laitinen, Tulsa (222) Brenda Anderson, TCU (225), Third Susan Horton, TCU (234), 10th

Monterrey, Calif. TCU (924), First 1998 1997

Dallas, Texas

San Jose State (892)

Niina Laitinen, Tulsa (222) Brenda Anderson, TCU (230), Second Angela Stanford, TCU (231), Fifth Marie Hedelberg, SJSU (220)

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Year Location 1996 Coll. Station, Texas

SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE Team Winner/TCU Texas (907) TCU (945), Fifth

Individual Winner/TCU Best Kelli Kuehne, Texas (225) Susan Horton, TCU (231), Seventh

Texas (951) TCU (1,020), Fifth

Isabelle Rosberg, Texas A&M (230) Dana Schmid, TCU (247), 14th

1994 Fort Worth, Texas Texas (898) TCU (941), Fourth

Nadine Ash, Texas (215) Geraldine Doran, TCU (235), Eighth Kristi Phearson, TCU (236), 10th

1993 San Antonio, Texas Texas (907) TCU (961), Second

Jenny Turner, Texas (223) Jane Kragh, TCU (236), Fifth Charlotte Copping, TCU (243), Ninth

1995 Dallas, Texas

1992 San Antonio, Texas SMU (930) TCU (962), Third

Barbara Blackwell, SMU (226) Jane Kragh, TCU (232), Third Tricia Allen, TCU (239), 10th

1991 San Antonio, Texas Texas (930) TCU (943), Third

Jamie Fischer, Texas (219) Barbara Plant, TCU (235), Sixth Annette Kealoha, TCU (236), Seventh

1990 San Antonio, Texas Texas (921) TCU (943), Third

Barbara Blackwell, SMU (226) Barbara Plant, TCUI (227), Second Jane Kragh, TCU (237), Ninth

1989 Sugar Land, Texas Texas (895) TCU (913), Second

Michiko Hattori, Texas (217) Ellie Gibson, TCU (221), Second Chris Miller, TCU (228), Fifth

1988 Sugar Land, Texas Texas (900) TCU (928), Second

Michiko Hattori, Texas (213) Ellie Gibson, TCU (225), Fourth Barbara Pestana, TCU (232), Sixth

1987 Sugar Land, Texas Texas (887) TCU (927), Third

Kate Golden, Texas (219) Ellie Gibson, TCU (221), Fourth Kris Tschetter, TCU (228), Ninth

1986 Houston, Texas SMU (898) TCU (927), Third

Susan Ginter, Texas (218) Kris Tschetter, TCU (228), Fifth Elllie Gibson, TCU (228), Fifth

1985 Bryan, Texas Texas A&M (907) TCU (968), Fourth

Patricia Gonzales, Texas A&M (223) Susan Thompson, TCU (237), 13th Kris Tschetter, TCU (239), 14th

1984 Austin, Texas Texas (896) TCU (923), Second

Nancy Ledbetter, Texas (216) Kris Hanson, TCU (227), Second Rae Rothfelder, TCU (229), Seventh

1983 Fort Worth, Texas TCU (889), First

Rita Moore, TCU (220) Anne Kelly, TCU (222), Third Marci Bozarth, TCU (223), Fifth

SINGLE SEASON RECORDS

SCORE/ RND TOURNAMENT

Most Team Titles: Eight (1982-83)

Most Individual Titles:

Marci Bozarth................................................................ 1 title Anne Kelly...................................................................... 1 title Jenny Lidback................................................................ 2 titles Rae Rothfeder................................................................ 1 title Rita Moore..................................................................... 1 title

Most Sweeps of Team/Individual Titles: Four (1982-83)

Year Tournament 1982 Susie M. Berning

Medalist Marci Bozarth

1983 San Jose Lady Spartan Invitational

Anne Kelly & Jenny Lidback

1983 LSU-Fairwood Invitational

Jenny Lidback

1983 SWC Championships

Rita Moore

TEAM TOURNAMENT TITLES (SINCE 1981) YEAR TOURNAMENT

1981 1981 1982 1982 1982 1982 1982 1982 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1984 1987 1988 1988 1989 1989 1989 1990 1996 1997 1997 1998 2000 2002 2003 2005 2005 2007 2007 2010 2011 2012 2012

Minnesota Invitational Bluebonnet Bowl Invitational Lady Aztec Invitational Houston Baptist Women’s Intercollegiate LSU-Fairwood Invitational Lamar Lady Cardinal Classic Susie M. Berning Invitational Dick McGuire Invitational Lamar Lady Cardinal Classic San Jose Lady Spartan Invitational LSU-Fairwood Invitational SMU Lady Mustang Roundup SWC Championships NCAA Championships Dick McGuire Invitational TCU-SMU-NTSU Triangular Susie M. Berning Invitational SMU Classic Lamar Lady Cardinal Classic South Carolina Invitational Lamar Lady Cardinal Classic U.S. International Invitational OU/OSU Invitational Colorado State/Wyoming Fall Classic Betsy Rawls Invitational Dick McGuire Invitational WAC Championships Midwest Classic Conference USA Championships Waterlefe/USF Invitational Lady Boilermaker Invitational Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Invitational MWC Championships Lady Paladin Invitational The Alamo Invitational MWC Championships Central District Invitational MWC Championships

SCORE

917 208 603 602 310 190 892 947 751 597 599 954 912 1,193 907 305 960 884 904 916 919 936 936 895 938 900 924 936 886 898 898 869 903 896 877 865 882 904

281/2nd 283/2nd 283/2nd 284/3rd 285/2nd 285/1st 286/3rd 286/3rd 286/3rd 287/3rd 287/1st 287/1st 287/3rd 288/1st 288/1st 289/3rd 289/1st 289/3rd 289/2nd 289/1st 289/1st 289/1st 290/1st 290/1st 290/1st 290/1st 290/2nd 290/2nd 291/2nd 291/2nd 291/3rd 291/1st 291/2nd 291/3rd 291/2nd

COURSE/CITY

The Alamo Invitational Briggs Ranch/San Antonio, Texas Las Vegas Collegiate Boulder Creek GC/Boulder City, Nev. Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Colbert Hills/Manhattan, Kan. MWC Championship Wigwam Resort Red/Lichfield Park, Ariz. PING/ASU Invitational Karsten GC/Tempe, Ariz. NCAA Regional UT Golf Course/Austin, Texas Ron Moore Highlands Ranch GC/Highlands Ranch, Colo. Las Vegas Collegiate Boulder Creek GC/Boulder City, Nev. Jeannine McHaney Intercollegiate Rawls GC/Lubbock, Texas Dick McGuire Invitational UNM Golf Course/Albuquerque, N.M. NCAA East Regional Ironwood CC/Greenville, N.C. Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Colbert Hills/Manhattan, Kan. Lady Paladin Invitational Furman GC/Greenville, S.C. Alamo Invitational Briggs Ranch Golf Club/San Antonio, Texas MWC Championship Wigwam Resort Red/Litchfield Park, Ariz. Windy City Collegiate Northmoor Country Club/Highland Park, Ill. NCAA West Regional Karsten GC/Tempe, Ariz. LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic The University Club/Baton Rouge, La. Ron Moore Highlands Ranch GC/Highlands Ranch, Colo. NCAA Central Regional UM Golf Course/Ann Arbor, Mich. Lady Puerto Rico Classic Cocoa Beach GC/Rio Grande, P.R. Price’s Intercollegiate NMSU Golf Course/Las Cruces, N.M. NCAA Central Regional Jimmie Austin OU Golf Course/Norman, Okla. Central District Invitational River Wilderness Golf Club/Parrish, Fla. LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic The University Club/Baton Rouge, La. Las Vegas Collegiate Boulder Creek GC/Boulder City, Nev. WAC Championship Golf Club at Castle Hills/Lewisville, Texas Dick McGuire Invitational UNM Golf Course/Albuquerque, N.M. Alamo Invitational Briggs Ranch Golf Club/San Antonio, Texas Mercedes Benz Collegiate Holston Hills CC/Knoxville, Tenn. Mercedes Benz Collegiate Fox Den CC/Knoxville, Tenn. Dick McGuire Invitational UNM Golf Course/Albuquerque, N.M. Dick McGuire Invitational UNM Golf Course/Albuquerque, N.M. NCAA West Regional Karsten GC/Tempe, Ariz. NCAA Central Regional UM Golf Course/Ann Arbor, Mich.

SCORE TOURNAMENT

859 865 869 873 877 879 879 880 880 880 880 881 882 883 883 884 885 885 885 886 887 887 887 888 889 889 889 890 891 891 892 893 893 894 894 895 895 895 896 896

LOW ROUNDS

LOW TOURNAMENT TOTAL

Oct. 30- Nov. 1, 2011

April 14-16, 2011 Oct. 4-5, 2010 May 7-9, 2009 March 13-15, 2009 Sept. 22-24, 2008 May 10-12, 2007 Feb. 23-25, 2007 Oct. 30-31, 2000 May 9-11, 2013 Feb. 21-22, 2011 March 13-15, 2009 Oct. 27-29, 2008 April 23-25, 2001 Sept. 25-27, 1997

Oct. 30-Nov. 1, 2011

COURSE/CITY

Oct. 8-10, 2010 Oct. 16-18, 2009 Sept. 19-20, 2009 Sept. 19-20, 2009 May 7-9, 2009 May 10-12, 2007

DATE

Las Vegas Collegiate Boulder Creek GC/Boulder City, Nev. Oct. 27-29, 2008 MWC Championships Wigwam Resort Red/Litchfield Park, Ariz. April 14-16, 2011 Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Colbert Hills/Manhattan, Kan. Oct. 10-11, 2005 NCAA West Regional Karsten GC/Tempe, Ariz. May 7-9, 2009 The Alamo Invitational Briggs Ranch/San Antonio, Texas Oct. 31-Nov. 2, 2010 PING/ASU Invitational Karsten GC/Tempe, Ariz. March 30 -April 1, 2012 Mercedes-Benz Championship Holston Hills CC/Knoxville, Tenn. Oct. 8-10, 2010 PING/ASU Invitational Karsten GC/Tempe, Ariz. April 12-14, 2013 NCAA East Regional Ironwood Country Club/Greenville, N.C. May 6-8, 2010 LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic The University Club/Baton Rouge, La. March 13-15, 2009 Ron Moore Intercollegiate Highlands Ranch GC/Highlands Ranch, Colo. Sept. 22-24, 2008 Jeannine McHaney Intercollegiate Rawls GC/Lubbock, Texas Sept, 18-19, 2006 Central District Invitational River Wilderness Golf Club/Parrish, Fla. Feb. 20-22, 2012 Dick McGuire Invitational UNM Championship Course/Albuquerque Sept. 19-20, 2009 NCAA Central Regional UM Golf Course/Ann Arbor, Mich. May 10-12, 2007 NCAA Regional Championship UT Golf Course/Austin, Texas May 8-10, 2008 Alamo Invitational Briggs Ranch Golf Club/San Antonio, Texas Oct. 30-Nov. 1, 2011 Northwestern Invitational Gary Player/Rancho Mirage, Calif. May 10-12, 2007 Alamo Invitational Briggs Ranch Golf Club/San Antonio, Texas Oct. 30-Nov. 1, 2011 Central District Invitational River Wilderness Golf Club/Parrish, Fla. Feb. 22-23, 2010 Central District Invitational River Wilderness Golf Club/Parrish, Fla. Feb. 21-22, 2011 Lady Puerto Rico Classic Cocoa Beach GC/San Juan, P.R. Feb. 24-26, 2008 Lady Paladin Invitational Furman GC/Greenville, S.C. Oct. 25-27, 2002 Lady Paladin Invitational Furman GC/Greenville, S.C. Oct. 22-24, 2004 Dick McGuire Invitational UNM Golf Course/Albuquerque, N.M. Sept. 11-12, 2006 WAC Championships Golf Club at Castle Hill/Lewisville, Texas April 23-25, 2001 NCAA West Regional Randolph Park North GC/Tucson, Ariz. May 8-10, 1997 Sun Trust Lady Gator Invite UF Golf Course/Gainesville, Fla. March 10-11, 2007 Dick McGuire Invitational UNM Championship GC/Albuquerque, N.M. Sept, 25-26, 2011 PING/Arizona State Invitational ASU Karsten Golf Course/Tempe, Ariz. April 1-3, 2011 NCAA West Regional Karsten GC/Tempe, Ariz. May 11-13, 2000 NCAA East Regional Legends Course at LPGA/Daytona Beach, Fla. May 5-7, 2011 Lady Puerto Rico Classic Cocoa Beach GC/Rio Grande, P.R. Feb. 23-25, 2007 BYU Dixie Classic Entrada at Snow Canyon/St. George, Utah April 3-4, 2007 Shootout at the Legends The Legends GC/Franklin, Ind. Oct. 6-7, 2003 Lady Puerto Rico Classic Rio Mar Beach Resort/Rio Grande, Puerto Rico Feb. 10-12, 2013 Ping/ASU Invitational Karsten GC/Tempe, Ariz. April 7-9, 2001 Cowgirl Fall Classic Southridge GC/Fort Collins, Colo. Sept. 9-10, 1996 Tiger/Wave Invitational English Turn Golf & Country Club/Austin, Texas March 12-14, 2010 Lady Paladin Invitational Fuman GC/Greenville, S.C. Oct. 19-21, 2007

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LOW INDIVIDUAL TOURNAMENT

DATE

Oct. 31-Nov. 2, 2010 Oct. 27-29, 2008 Oct. 10-11, 2005 April 14-16, 2011 April 12-14, 2013 May 8-10, 2008 Oct. 27-29, 2008 Oct. 27-29, 2008 Sept. 18-19, 2006 Sept. 17-18, 2010 May 6-8, 2010 Oct. 10-11, 2005 Oct. 25-27, 2002

LOW INDIVIDUAL ROUND SCORE/ ROUND PLAYER 65/1st Brooke Beeler 66/3rd Prisela Campbell Valentine Derrey 67/1st Valentine Derrey 67/1st 67/1st Brooke Beeler 67/1st Rachel Raastad 67/3rd Brooke Tull Alexandra Bonetti 67/2nd Rachel Raastad 68/3rd 68/3rd Sanna Nuutinen 68/1st Valentine Derrey 68/1st Catherine Matranga Catherine Matranga 68/3rd Catherine Matranga 68/2nd Kortnie Maxoutopoulis 69/1st 69/1st Sanna Nuutinen 69/3rd April McCoy Rachel Raastad 69 69/3rd Sanna Nuutinen Brooke Beeler 69/2nd 69/1st Prisela Campbell 69/2nd Melissa Loh Valentine Derrey 69/2nd 69/2nd Camille Blackerby Elin Emanuelsson 69/1st 69/2nd Catherine Matranga 69/3rd Angela Stanford Angela Stanford 69/1st Brooke Tull 69/3rd

TOURNAMENT Central District Invitational LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic NCAA Regional Championships Lady Puerto Rico Classic The Alamo Invitational Ron Moore Intercollegiate Ping/ASU Invitational Ping/ASU Invitational Ping/ASU Invitational Dick McGuire Invitational Central District Invitational NCAA Regionals Jeannine McHaney Intercollegiate Marilynn Smith Invitational Ping/ASU Invitational Susie Maxwell Berning Classic Windy City Collegiate Classic Six Times Windy City Collegiate Classic Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown The Alamo Invitational Three Times Marilynn Smith Invitational Marilynn Smith Invitational Ping/ASU Invitational Lady Paladin Invitational Roadrunner Invitational Lady Paladin Invitational

SCORE PLAYER TOURNAMENT 210 Valentine Derrey NCAA Regional Championships 211 Rachel Raastad Ron Moore Intercollegiate Catherine Matranga Jeannine McHaney Invitational 211 Brooke Beeler The Alamo Invitational 212 212 Prisela Campbell Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown 212 Brooke Tull Lady Paladin Invitational 213 Rachel Raastad UNM Dick McGuire Invitational April McCoy Windy City Collegiate Classic 214 Rachel Raastad Ping/ASU Invitational 214 214 Brooke Beeler 2 times 214 Catherine Matranga Dick McGuire Invitational 214 Angela Stanford 2 times Alexandra Bonetti Ping/ASU Invitational 215 Rachel Raastad 2 times 215 215 Prisela Campbell Mountain West Championship 215 Catherine Matranga Sun Trust Lady Gator Invite Angela Stanford 2 times DATE 215 Sanna Nuutinen 2 times 02/11 216 03/15 216 Prisela Campbell PING/ASU Invitational 05/08 216 Valentine Derrey 5 times 02/07 216 Catherine Matranga NCAA Regionals 10/10 09/08 04/04 INDIVIDUAL SUPERLATIVES 04/13 04/11 MOST WINS-SEASON: 09/10 Angela Stanford 4 1999-2000 02/10 MOST WINS-CAREER: 05/07 09/06 Angela Stanford 9 1997-2000 10/05 MOST ROUNDS-SEASON: 04/13 Camille Blackerby 40 2006-2007 10/12 Catherine Matranga 40 2006-2007 10/12 Angela Stanford 37 1996-1997 Elin Emanuelsson 34 2006-2007 10/11 Alexandra Bonetti 33 2012-2013 10/08 Camille Blackerby 33 2003-2004 10/08 Camille Blackerby 33 2005-2006 11/10 Valentine Derrey 33 2007-2008 Catherine Matranga 33 2005-2006 10/05 Carrie Morris 33 2005-2006 10/05 MOST ROUNDS-CAREER: 04/05 Camille Blackerby 136 2003-2007 10/99 Angela Stanford 135 1996-2000 10/98 Brooke Beeler 132 2009-2012 10/02 Catherine Matranga 132 2003-2007

TCU MEDALISTS DATE Sept. 19-20, 1981 Sept. 13-15, 1982 Feb. 25-27, 1983 Feb. 25-27, 1983 March 4-5, 1983 March 11-13, 1983 April 25-27, 1983 Sept. 12-14, 1983 April 10, 1984 Sept. 23-25, 1988 Nov. 6-7, 1988 Nov. 5-6, 1989 Sept. 9-10, 1996 Feb. 24-25, 1997 Oct. 19-20, 1997 March 22-23, 1998 Sept. 24-26, 1998 Oct. 30-Nov. 1, 1998 Sept. 22-24, 1999 Oct. 29-31, 1999 Feb. 25-27, 2000 April 24-27, 2000 April 19-21, 2002 Oc.t 25-27, 2002 March 17-18, 2003 March 23-25, 2003 April 21-23, 2003 Sept. 15-16, 2003 Feb. 23-24, 2004 Sept. 11-12, 2006 Feb. 23-25, 2007 Oct. 31-Nov. 2, 2010 April 20-22, 2012 Oct. 1-2, 2012

PLAYER TOURNAMENT SCORE Marci Bozarth Minnesota Invitational 225 Marci Bozarth Susie M. Berning Invitational 216 Anne Kelly San Jose Lady Spartan Invitational 148 Jenny Lidback San Jose Lady Spartan Invitational 148 Jenny Lidback LSU-Fairwood 147 Rae Rothfelder Betsy Rawls Longhorn 217 Rita Moore SWC Championships 220 Rae Rothfelder Susie M. Berning Invitational 218 Kris Tschetter TCU-SMU-NTSU Triangular 72 Ellie Gibson OU/OSU All-College 210 Chris Miller Lamar Lady Cardinal 220 Tricia Allen Lamar Lady Cardinal 224 Susan Horton CSU/Wyoming Invitational 216 Angela Stanford TAMU Monica Welsh 224 Angela Stanford Lady Paladin Invitational 216 Angela Stanford Utah Dixie Classic 147 Angela Stanford Dick McGuire Invitational 214 Angela Stanford NMSU Roadrunner 216 Angela Stanford Dick McGuire Invitational 215 Angela Stanford Lady Paladin Invitational 216 Angela Stanford Midwest Classic 226 Angela Stanford WAC Championships 218 Brooke Tull C-USA Championships 215 Brooke Tull Lady Paladin Invitational 212 D’Rae Ward Waterlefe/USF Invitational 217 D’Rae Ward Baylor/Tapatio Springs 221 D’Rae Ward C-USA Championships 224 Brooke Tull Oregon State Invitational 219 Brooke Tull Central District Invitational 220 Catherine Matranga Dick McGuire Invitational 214 Valentine Derrey Lady Puerto Rico Classic 217 Brooke Beeler The Alamo Invitational 212 Sanna Nuutinen Mountain West Conference Championship 217 April McCoy Windy City Collegiate Classic 214

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Annette Keahoha

125

1989-1992

MOST TOP-10 FINISHES-SEASON:

Brooke Tull Angela Stanford

Angela Stanford

8 8

2003-2004 1997-1998

MOST TOP-10 FINISHES-CAREER: 27

1996-2000

DATE 05/08 09/08 09/06 10-11/10 10/08 10/02 09/09 10/12 04/12 09/06 04/13 04/11 03/07

04/11 05/07

ALL-TIME HEAD COACHES

TCU HONORS ALL-AMERICA SCHOLARS/ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

Angie Ravaioli-Larkin • 19 seasons at TCU

ARNEY

Kristi Arney • 9 seasons at TCU SEASON 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86

CONFERENCE 4th • SWC 2nd • SWC 3rd • SWC 3rd • SWC 3rd • SWC 2nd • SWC T2nd • SWC 3rd • SWC 3rd • SWC

NCAA Regionals Regionals Regionals 17th DNQ 14th DNQ DNQ DNQ

ALLISON

RAVAIOLI-LARKIN

SEASON 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95

CONFERENCE T-6th • BIG 12 1st • MWC 1st • MWC 2nd • MWC 2nd • MWC 4th • MWC 1st • MWC 4th • MWC 2nd • C-USA 2nd • C-USA 2nd • C-USA 1st • C-USA 2nd • WAC 2nd • WAC 2nd • WAC 1st • WAC 4th • WAC 5th • SWC 5th • SWC

NCAA Regionals Regionals Regionals T-19th 18th 17th 11th Regionals Regionals Regionals Regionals Regionals Regionals 20th 17th Regionals 12th Regionals DNQ

Scherry Allison • 1 season at TCU SEASON 1984-85

CONFERENCE 4th • SWC

NCAA DNQ

ALL-CONFERENCE YEAR PLAYER LEAGUE 1983 Marci Bozarth Southwest Conference 1983 Jenny Lidback Southwest Conference 1983 Rita Moore Southwest Conference 1984 Rae Rothfelder Southwest Conference 1984 Rita Moore Southwest Conference 1985 Kris Tschetter Southwest Conference 1986 Kris Tschetter Southwest Conference 1987 Kris Tschetter Southwest Conference 1988 Ellie Gibson Southwest Conference 1989 Ellie Gibson Southwest Conference 1989 Barbara Pestana Southwest Conference 1990 Tricia Allen Southwest Conference 1991 Tricia Allen Southwest Conference 1991 Barbara Plant Southwest Conference 1992 Jane Kragh Southwest Conference 1993 Jane Kragh Southwest Conference 1997 Angela Stanford (Freshman of the Year) WAC 1998 Susan Horton WAC 1998 Angela Stanford WAC 1999 Angela Stanford WAC 2000 Angela Stanford WAC 2000 Lori Sutherland WAC 2000 Shannon Barr (Freshman of the Year) WAC 2001 Brenda Anderson (Second team) WAC 2001 Shannon Barr WAC 2001 Jennifer Patterson WAC 2001 Courtney Wood (Freshman of the Year) WAC 2002 Brooke Tull (Player of the Year) Conference USA 2002 Shannon Barr (Second team) Conference USA 2003 Brooke Tull (Player of the Year) Conference USA 2003 D’Rae Ward (Second team) Conference USA 2004 Camille Blackerby (Freshman and First team) Conference USA 2004 Brooke Tull (First team and Player of the Year) Conference USA 2005 Camille Blackerby Conference USA 2005 Catherine Matranga (Second team) Conference USA 2005 D’Rae Ward (Second team) Conference USA 2005 Elisa Gomez (Freshman team) Conference USA 2005 Stacey Bieber (Tournament team) Conference USA 2007 Camille Blackerby Mountain West 2007 Valentine Derrey Mountain West 2007 Catherine Matranga Mountain West 2008 Valentine Derrey (Co-Player of the Year) Mountain West 2009 Valentine Derrey Mountain West 2009 Rachel Raastad Mountain West 2009 Prisela Campbell Mountain West 2010 Brooke Beeler Mountain West 2010 Valentine Derrey Mountain West 2010 Rachel Raastad Mountain West 2011 Brooke Beeler Mountain West 2011 Melissa Loh Mountain West 2011 Sanna Nuutinen Mountain West 2012 Brooke Beeler Mountain West 2012 Sanna Nuutinen Mountain West 2012 April McCoy Mountain West

YEAR PLAYER TEAM 1992 Julie Perry NGCA 1993 Jane Kragh NGCA 1994 Sharon Germain NGCA 1994 Julie Perry NGCA Brenda Anderson NGCA 1999 Brenda Anderson NGCA 2000 Jennifer Patterson NGCA 2000 2001 Brenda Anderson NGCA Jennifer Patterson NGCA 2001 Jennifer Patterson NGCA 2002 Shannon Barr NGCA 2003 Traci Robison NGCA 2003 Stacey Bieber NGCA 2004 Camille Blackerby NGCA 2004 2004 Traci Robison NGCA 2005 Stacey Bieber NGCA 2005 Camille Blackerby NGCA Stacey Bieber NGCA 2006 Camille Blackerby NGCA 2006 2007 Camille Blackerby NGCA/CoSIDA 2008 Melissa Loh NGCA 2009 Melissa Loh NGCA Melissa Loh NGCA 2010 Melissa Loh NGCA 2011 Katy Cardno NGCA 2011 2012 Brooke Beeler NGCA Alexandra Bonetti NGCA 2012 Sanna Nuutinen NGCA 2012 2012 Rachel Raastad NGCA

THOMAS

Carolyn Dixon • 1/ 2 season as interim TCU SEASON spring 1984

CONFERENCE 2nd • SWC

Mel Thomas • 1 season at TCU SEASON 1978-79

CONFERENCE ---

NCAA 14th

WARREN

DIXON

TOP 20 CAREER SCORING LEADERS

NCAA /AIAW --/--

Fred Warren • 4 1/ 2 seasons at TCU

SEASON CONFERENCE NCAA /AIAW fall 1983 --- --/-1982-83 1st • SWC 1st 1981-82 --- 2nd/7th 1980-81 2nd • TAIAW --/6th 1979-80 ----/--

NAME Valentine Derrey Brooke Beeler Angela Stanford Sanna Nuutinen Marci Bozarth Brooke Tull Rachel Raastad Camille Blackerby Courtney Wood Catherine Matranga Alexandra Bonetti Prisela Campbell April McCoy Melissa Loh Ashley Watkins Kortnie Maxoutopoulis Louise Kristersson Rae Rothfelder Jenny Lidback Allyson Fergusen Rita Moore D’Rae Ward Shannon Barr Susan Horton

ROUNDS AVERAGE 122 74.87 132 74.92 135 74.98 92 75.34 94.5 75.44 123 75.49 123 75.76 135 75.80 30 75.87 132 76.05 65 76.12 82 76.61 59 76.81 111 76.88 12 76.92 20 76.95 24 76.96 122 77.05 84.5 77.17 63 77.25 77.5 77.26 96 77.38 124 77.47 128 77.59

ALL-TIME SUB-70 ROUNDS

Rachel Raastad......................................8 Valentine Derrey.....................................6 Brooke Beeler.........................................5 Catherine Matranga...............................4 Brooke Tull..............................................4 Marci Bozarth........................................3 Sanna Nuutinen..................................3 Angela Stanford.....................................3 Melissa Loh...........................................2 Prisela Campbell.....................................2 Jenny Lidback........................................2 Rae Rothfelder.......................................2

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Camille Blackerby...................................1 Alexandra Bonetti..............................1 Elin Emaneulsson...................................1 Ellie Gibson............................................1 Kris Hanson...........................................1 Anne Kelly..............................................1 Kortnie Maxoutopoulis......................1 April McCoy.........................................1 Chris Miller.............................................1 Rita Moore.............................................1 D’Rae Ward............................................1 Courtney Wood......................................1

ALL-TIME LETTER WINNERS - MMMM -

- AAAA Allen, Tricia ........................................................................................................... 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 112 rds, 78.35 avg • Vallejo, Calif. • Vallejo Akins, Angela ..................................................................................................................................... 2005 0 rds, 0 avg • Horseshoe Bay, Texas • Marble Falls Anderson, Brenda................................................................................................... 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 111 rds, 78.52 avg • Round Rock, Texas • McNeil

Matranga, Catherine..............................................................................................2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 132 rds, 76.05 avg • Fort Worth, Texas • R.L. Paschal Maxoutopoulis, Kortnie...................................................................................................................2013 20 rds, 76.95 avg • Pleasanton, Calif. • Foothill Maymon, Maria.................................................................................................................................2013 27 rds, 77.78 avg • Huixquilucan, Mexico • Colegio Miraflores McCoy, April ........................................................................................................................... 2012, 2013 59 rds, 76.81 avg • Carrollton, Texas • Creekview Miller, Chris ....................................................................................................................1988, 1989, 1990 82 rds, 79.12 avg • Sacramento, Calif. • John F. Kennedy Mio Michelle ...................................................................................................................................... 1992 26 rds, 87.50 avg • Watsonville, Calif. • Watsonville Moore, Rita ....................................................................................................................1983, 1984, 1985 77.5 rds, 77.26 avg • Dallas, Texas • Ursuline Academy Montigel, Kelli .................................................................................................................. 2006, 2007, 2008 3 rds, 94.0 avg • Fort Worth, Texas • R.L. Paschal Morris, Carrie ........................................................................................................ 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 93 rds, 78.55 avg • Tyler, Texas • Robert E. Lee

- BBBB Barr, Shannon ........................................................................................................2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 124 rds, 77.47 avg • China Spring, Texas • China Spring Beeler, Brooke ..........................................................................................................2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 132 rds, 74.92 avg • Butler, Ill. • Hillsboro Bieber, Stacey ....................................................................................................... 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 78 rds, 79.42 avg • Winnipeg, Manitoba • Silver Heights Collegiate Blackerby, Camille.................................................................................................. 2004, 2005. 2006. 2007 135 rds, 75.80 avg • Breckenridge, Texas • Breckenridge Bonetti, Alexandra................................................................................................................2012, 2013 65 rds, 76.12 avg • Paris, France • Jean Baptsite Say Bozarth, Marci...................................................................................................................1981, 1982, 1983 94.5 rds, 75.44 avg • Lampasas, Texas • Lampasas

-NNNNNuutinen, Sanna.......................................................................................................... 2011, 2012, 2013 92 rds, 75.34 avg • Helsinki, Finland • Mäkelänrinne Academy

- CCCC Campbell, Prisela......................................................................................................2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 82 rds, 76.61 avg • Fort Worth, Texas • Fossil Ridge Cardno, Katy .......................................................................................................2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 33 rds, 79.24 avg • Sugar Land, Texas • Clements Copping, Charlotte...............................................................................................................................1993 23 rds, 82.35 avg • Torquay, England

- OOOO O’Donnell, Megan............................................................................................................. 2007, 2008, 2009 43 rds, 79.86 avg • Houston, Texas • Memorial - PPPP Patterson, Jennifer.................................................................................................1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 103 rds, 78.16 avg • Bethel Park, Pa. • Bethel Park Paul, Kelly ............................................................................................................1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 73 rds, 80.73 avg • Austin, Texas • Westwood Paysse, Sandy ...................................................................................................................................... 1990 27 rds, 82.19 avg • Temple, Texas • Temple Pendleton, Ashlei.................................................................................................................................2000 3 rds, 81.67 avg • Henderson, Nev. • Green Valley Perry, Julie ....................................................................................................................1992, 1993, 1994 29 rds, 79.66 avg • Burlingame, Calif. • Burlingame Pestana, Barbara........................................................................................................................ 1988, 1989 66 rds, 78.43 avg • Capetown, South Africa • Plumstead Phearson, Kristi....................................................................................................... 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 50 rds, 82.54 avg • Klamath Falls, Ore. • Klamath Union Plant, Barbara .............................................................................................................................. 1990, 1991 43 rds, 78.28 avg • Johannesburg, South Africa • Florida Park

- DDDD Derrey, Valentine.................................................................................................... 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 122 rds, 74.87 avg • Paris, France • Lycee Pascal Doran, Geraldine................................................................................................................ 1993, 1994, 1995 52 rds, 80.83 avg • Northern Ireland • Assumption Grammar - EEEE Easley, Meredith....................................................................................................................... 2002, 2003 17 rds, 81.29 avg • Amarillo, Texas • Tascosa Emanuelsson, Elin................................................................................................. 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 114 rds, 78.10 avg • Nacka, Sweden • Varmdo Gymnasium Epps, Nona ......................................................................................................................................1996 25 rds, 84.04 avg • Houston, Texas • Memorial - FFFF Ferguson, Allyson............................................................................................................2008, 2009, 2010 63 rds, 77.25 avg • Houston, Texas • Clear Lake Ferrari, Tina ......................................................................................................................................1995 1 rd, 89.00 avg • • Fisher, Jane ........................................................................................................................... 2004, 2005 4 rds, 87.25 avg • San Antonio, Texas • Alamo Heights Fisher, Shannon........................................................................................................ 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 127 rds, 79.87 avg • Austin, Texas • Round Rock Westwood - GGGG Germain, Sharon.......................................................................................................1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 39 rds, 83.38 avg • Plymouth, England • Ridgeway School Gibson, Ellie ....................................................................................................................1986, 1988, 1989 96 rds, 78.07avg • Houston, Texas • Clear Lake Godare, Stephanie................................................................................................................................2003 35 rds, 78.40 avg • Houston, Texas • Cypress Falls Gomez, Elisa ..................................................................................................................2005, 2006, 2007 25 rds, 81.56 avg • Carrollton, Texas • R. L. Turner Grove, Jane ....................................................................................................................................... 1981 18 rds, 80.33 avg • Fargo, N.D. • Shanley - HHHH Haas, Holly ...................................................................................................................................... 1987 21 rds, 82.57 avg • Fort Worth, Texas • Arlington Heights Haaverdshol, Elisabeth................................................................................................................2012, 2013 9 rds, 81.89 avg • Oslo, Norway • Norges Toppidrettsgymnas-Baerum Hanson, Kris ........................................................................................................... 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984 100.5 rds, 78.07 avg • Granite Falls, Minn. • Granite Falls Hawley, Leslie .............................................................................................................................2000, 2001 12 rds, 79.50 avg • El Paso, Texas • Hanks Horton, Susan ........................................................................................................... 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 133 rds, 77.77 avg • Newport, Vt. • Essex Junction Huffman, Ashley.......................................................................................................1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 39 rds, 84.59 avg • Dallas, Texas • Lexington Academy - IIII Isler, Kaylin ......................................................................................................................................2006 3 rds, 79.67 avg • Southlake, Texas • Southlake Carroll - KKKK Kealoha, Annette....................................................................................................... 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992 125 rds, 79.28 avg • Kaneohi, Hawai’i • John F. Kennedy Kelly, Anne .................................................................................................................... 1981, 1982, 1983 84.5 rds, 79.23 avg • Tucson, Ariz. • Santa Rita Kingston, Kelly..................................................................................................................................... 1995 12 rds, 84.42 avg • Garland, Texas • North Garland Kragh, Jane ........................................................................................................... 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 117 rds, 78.83 avg • Esbjerg, Denmark • Statsskole Kristersson, Louise.............................................................................................................................. 1995 24 rds, 76.96 avg • Skivarp, Sweden • National High School of Golf - LLLL Larson, Kristen..........................................................................................................1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 102 rds, 82.41 avg • Danville, Calif. • Kingwood Lidback, Jenny...................................................................................................................1982, 1983, 1984 84.5 rds, 77.17 avg • Baton Rouge, La. • Broadman Loh, Melissa .......................................................................................................... 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 111 rds, 76.88 avg • Singapore • Xinmin Secondary Lynch, Jo Ann ..............................................................................................................................1981, 1982 6 rds, 80.83 avg

- RRRR Raastad, Rachel........................................................................................................ 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 123 rds, 75.76 avg • Asker, Norway • Norwegian School of Elite Sport Robison, Traci ........................................................................................................2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 69 rds, 80.96 avg • Arlington, Texas • Arlington Martin Rothfelder, Rae.......................................................................................................... 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984 122 rds, 77.05 avg • Kansas City, Mo. • Haltom City (Texas) - SSSS Sakamoto, Megan................................................................................................................................2005 4 rds, 80.50 avg • Aiea, Hawai”i • Aiea Sands, Amy .......................................................................................................................................2001 9 rds, 80.44 avg • Jacksonville, Texas • Jacksonville Schams, Christina...................................................................................................................... 2007, 2008 6 rds, 79.0 avg • Chandler, Ariz. • Corona del Sol Schmid, Dana ...........................................................................................................1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 95 rds, 81.36 avg • Kingwood, Texas • Kingwood Slaven, Janet ...................................................................................................................................... 1985 29 rds, 83.62 avg • Ormond Beach, Fla. • Seabreeze Sperling, Carrie..................................................................................................................................... 1987 8 rds, 84.75 avg • Houston, Texas • Robert E. Lee Stanford, Angela...................................................................................................... 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 135 rds, 74.98 avg • Saginaw, Texas • Boswell Sunderman, Krystal....................................................................................................................1994, 1995 53 rds, 82.02 avg • La Quinta, Calif. • La Quinta Sutherland, Lori.......................................................................................................1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 83 rds, 77.90 avg • DeSoto, Texas • Duncanville - TTTT Tardy, Camry ........................................................................................................................... 2012, 2013 6 rds, 82.67 avg • Arlington, Texas • Martin Thompson, Susan...............................................................................................................1985, 1986, 1987 70 rds, 82.04 avg • Plantation, Fla. • Plantation Tschetter, Kris ...........................................................................................................1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 119 rds, 78.13 avg • Sioux Falls, S.D. • Washington Tull, Brooke ........................................................................................................2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 123 rds, 75. 49 avg • Georgetown, Texas • Georgetown - WWWW Ward, D”Rae ....................................................................................................... 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 96 rds, 77.38 avg • Weatherford, Texas • Weatherford Warmath, Melanie.............................................................................................................1986, 1987, 1988 41 rds, 81.80 avg • Denver, Colo. • Thomas Jefferson Watkins, Ashley.................................................................................................................................. 2007 12 rds, 76.92 avg • Sealy, Texas • Sealy Winkelmann, Lois Kolkhorst.................................................................................... 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 57 rds, 82.35 avg • Brenham, Texas • Brenham Wood, Courtney................................................................................................................................... 2001 30 rds, 75.87 avg • Brentwood, Texas • Brentwood Workman, Amanda............................................................................................................1996, 1997, 1998 97 rds, 79.07 avg • Bastrop, Texas • Bastrop

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