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UK WOMEN’S GOLF 2015-16 FACT BOOK TABLE OF CONTENTS

MEDIA INFORMATION

Table of Contents and Media Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Quick Facts, Host Tournament Info and 2014-15 Schedule . . . . . . 2 2014-15 Roster and Prounciation Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Head Coach Golda Johansson Borst. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Assistant Coach Brian May. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Cylia Damerau. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Anna Hack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Sarah Harris. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Isabelle Johansson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Megan Kinney . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Grace Rose. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Ale Walker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Newcomers (Jordan Chael and Zoe Collins) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 2014-15 Season Stats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-16 UK Records Since 1987. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-18 Honors and Awards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 UK at the NCAA Championships. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 All-Time Letterwinners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

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Eric Lindsey Women’s golf contact

TO THE MEDIA The 2015-16 University of Kentucky women’s golf fact book is intended to answer any questions you might have about the season. If you need additional information, special stories, pictures, or have any questions, please feel free to contact the media relations office.

INTERVIEWS All interviews with the UK women’s golf team student-athletes and coaches must be coordinated through the UK media relations office. Please make all interview requests at least 24 hours before the desired interview time to Eric Lindsey in media relations. CONTACT INFORMATION Women’s Golf Contact:  . . . . . Eric Lindsey Office Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . 859.257.8429 Cell Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 859.619.0944 Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 859.323.4310 Email: . . . . . . . . . . . eric.lindsey@uky.edu Website: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UKathletics.com UK ATHLETICS ASSOCIATION Joe Craft Center 338 Lexington Avenue Lexington, KY 40506-0604

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2015-16 QUICK FACTS UNIVERSITY Location: Lexington, Ky. Founded: 1865 Enrollment: 30,000 Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Blue (PMS 286) and White Conference: Southeastern Home Course: University Club of Kentucky Big Blue Course: (par 72, 7,013 yards) Wildcat Course: (par 71, 6,680 yards) President: Dr. Eli Capilouto (Alabama, 1971) Athletics Director: Mitch Barnhart (Ottawa, 1981) Faculty Representative: Joseph L. Fink III (Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science, 1970) UK website: www.uky.edu COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Golda Johansson Borst Alma Mater: Tennessee (2006) Years at UK: Sixth Year Years Coaching: Sixth Year Twitter: @UKCoachGolda Assistant Coach: Brian May Alma Mater: Golf Academy of the South (2007) Years at UK: Second Year Twitter: @BrianCMay Director of Operations: Bettie Lou Evans Years at UK: 36th Year Twitter: @UKWomensGolf

2015-16 TEAM INFORMATION Letterwinners returning/lost: 7/1 Top Returning Players: Cylia Damerau, Sarah Harris, Isabelle Johansson, Grace Rose Newcomers: Zoe Collins, Jordan Chael 2014-15 REVIEW Tournaments: 10 Team Best Finish: T5th (“MO”Morial Invitational) Team Top-Five Finishes: One – “MO”Morial Invitational (T5th) Team Lowest 18-hole Round: 284 (Stanford Intercollegiate First Round; UCF Challenge - Second Round) Team Lowest 54-hole Score: 885 (UCF Challenge) Best Individual Finish: Haley Mills (4th, “MO”Morial Invitational) Best Individual 18-hole Round: Sarah Harris (69 - Second Round, Mason Rudolph Championship), Haley Mills (69 - First Round, Stanford Intercollegiate) Best Individual 54-hole Tournament Score: Haley Mills (212 - Stanford Intercollegiate) SEC Tournament Finish: T11th NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY (GOLDA BORST ERA) Regional Appearances: Four (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015) Last: 2015, 7th in South Bend Regional (South Bend, Ind.) Championship Appearances: One individual (Isabelle Johansson in 2015) Best Finish: 7th in NCAA Regional in 2015 NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY (ALL-TIME) Championship Appearances: Five (1986, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1992) Best Finish: Fifth in NCAA Championship in 1986

2015-16 SCHEDULE Date Tournament Course Location Sept. 14-15 Minnesota Invitational The Minikada Club Minneapolis, Minn. Sept. 21-22 Mercedes-Benz Championship Cherokee Country Club Knoxville, Tenn. Oct. 9-11 Ruth’s Chris Tar Heel Invitational UNC Finley Golf Course Chapel Hill, N.C. Oct. 23-25 Landfall Tradition Country Club of Landfall Wilmington, N.C. Jan. 31 vs. Louisville TBD TBD Feb. 7-9 UCF Challenge Eagle Creek Golf Club Orlando, Fla. March 4-6 Darius Rucker Intercollegiate Long Cove Club Hilton Head Island, S.C. March 20-22 LSU Tiger Golf Classic University Club Baton Rouge, La. April 1-3 Bryan National Collegiate Bryan Park Golf Club Browns Summit, N.C. April 15-17 SEC Championship Greystone Golf & Country Club Birmingham, Ala. May 5-7 NCAA Regionals TBD TBD May 20-25 NCAA Championships Eugene Country Club Eugene, Ore. FIND A WAY

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ROSTER

Jordan Chael Junior

Zoe Collins Freshman

Isabelle Johansson Sophomore

Megan Kinney Junior

Cylia Damerau Senior

Anna Hack Freshman (RS)

Grace Rose Sophomore

Sarah Harris Senior

Ale Walker Junior

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

Golda Johansson Borst Head Coach

Brian May Assistant Coach

• Jordan Chael - SHALE • Zoe Collins - ZO-ee • Cylia Damerau - Seal-YA DAM-er-OW • Golda Johansson Borst - yo-HON-son • Isabelle Johansson - yo-HON-son • Ale Walker - AL-ee

2015-16 ROSTER Name Jordan Chael Zoe Collins Cylia Damerau Anna Hack Sarah Harris Isabelle Johansson Megan Kinney Grace Rose Ale Walker

Year Junior Freshman Senior Freshman (RS) Senior Sophomore Junior Sophomore Junior

Hometown (High School) Overland Park, Kan. (St. Thomas Aquinas) Galway, Ireland (IMG Academy) Cham, Switzerland (Davos Sports Gymnasium) Paducah, Ky. (Calloway County) Hermitage, Tenn. (Donnelson Christian Academy) Sala, Sweden (Celsiusskolan) Frankfort, Ky. (Western Hills High School) Nicholasville, Ky. (West Jessamine High School) Paintsville, Ky. (Paintsville High School)

Major Undecided Biology Communications and Psychology Undergraduate Studies Integrated Strategic Communications Undergraduate Studies Integrated Strategic Communications Undergraduate Studies Business

Coaches: Head Coach: Golda Johansson Borst (Tennessee, 2006) Assistant Coach: Brian May (Golf Academy of the South, 2007) FIND A WAY

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GOLDA JOHANSSON BORST • Head Coach • Visby, Sweden Golda Johansson Borst enters her sixth season as the head coach of the women’s golf team following a fifth consecutive postseason appearance and a breakthrough individual appearance in the 2015 NCAA Championships. UK’s 2015 NCAA Regional set the program’s longest NCAA Tournament streak in school history while Isabelle Johansson’s NCAA Championships appearance marked the first since Heather Kraus qualified in 1998. Without any seniors on the roster in 2014-15, Borst took a young team and nearly broke the program single-season scoring average for a third year in a row. The Wildcats finished with the secondbest stroke average in school history and posted their best postseason finish under Borst when they finished in seventh place at the NCAA South Bend Regional, just barely missing on the program’s first NCAA Championships berth as a team since 1992. Led by Cylia Damerau, Sarah Harris, Isabelle Johansson and Grace Rose, the Wildcats posted five top-10 finishes during the season, including fifth place at the “MO”Morial Invitational. The highlight of the 2014-15 season came at the NCAA South Bend Regional when freshman Isabelle Johansson qualified for the NCAA Championships in thrilling fashion. Playing in just her sixth collegiate tournament, Johansson won in a three-hole playoff to qualify for the NCAA Championships, the first Wildcat to do so since 1998. In five years as the Kentucky coach, Borst has continued on the path of taking the program to new heights. Under Borst, UK has posted five of the top six single-season scoring averages in program history while claiming 28 top-10 finishes. Under the guidance of Borst, eight Wildcats have recorded 18 scoring averages that place in the top 25 in program history, three of which (Haley Mills73.90, Cylia Damerau-75.83 and Sarah Harris-75.96) finished the 2014-15 season with top-15 singleseason scoring averages. Additionally under Borst, five Wildcats own nine of the top 10 marks for most par or better rounds, including Mills, who set a new record of 10 in 2014-15. Borst hit the ground running in her first year in 2010-11 and hasn’t looked back. In just her first season, the Wildcats recorded

their second- and third-lowest rounds in program history, shooting a 287 in the first round of the UCF Challenge and a 288 in the third round of the Cougar Classic. Kentucky’s scoring average of 306.30 was, at the time, the second-best mark in program history. As a team, the Wildcats finished in the top 10 in half of the tournaments they played in. The Wildcats improved their scoring average by 1.57 strokes in Borst’s second year in the program. Kentucky earned an eight-stroke victory at the Bettie Lou Evans Fall Invitational, the first win for the program since 2009, and three top-five finishes, the most in a season since the 2005-06 team recorded five top-five finishes. The Wildcats’ six top-10 finishes was the most since the 2008-09 team recorded seven. In her third season at the helm, Borst’s squad broke the program’s season scoring average by 3.63 strokes, which was previously set in 2011-12. Kentucky brought home a first-place finish in the very first tournament of the season, the Old Waverly Bulldog Invitational. For the season, UK finished with three top-five finishes, including fifth place at the SEC Championship. The Wildcats broke the program’s season scoring average for the third straight season in 201314, this time smashing the mark by 4.97 strokes. Kentucky brought home a first-place finish in the very first tournament of the season, the “MO”Morial Invitational. For the season, UK finished with four top-five finishes while firing three of the top five lowest rounds in program history. Borst joined the Wildcats from LSU where she served as assistant women’s golf coach from 200710. During her stay in Baton Rouge, La., LSU advanced to the NCAA regionals each of Borst’s three seasons,

highlighted by a 12th-place finish at the 2009 NCAA Championships. With Borst, the Tigers recorded a 295.40 teamstroke average during 2009, improving upon the 300.40 posted in 2008. The 2009 season also saw LSU victories at the Bryan Park National Collegiate and Mercedes-Benz Championship, as well as two individual titles. During 2010, LSU earned an individual title while registering a 298.00 stroke average. A four-year letterwinner for the women’s golf team, Borst graduated from Tennessee in 2006 with a degree in communication studies. At Tennessee, Borst served as team captain in 2005 and finished with a 76.19 stroke average. Additionally, Borst earned second-team All-SEC honors in 2006 and was named a three-time SEC Academic Honor Roll member. Borst’s top collegiate finishes came when she placed second in both the 2005 Bryan Park National Collegiate and 2006 Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational. Borst and the Lady Volunteers advanced to the NCAA Women’s Golf Championship during the 200406 seasons. A native of Visby, Sweden, Borst competed for the Swedish National Golf Team from 1999-2003. With Borst, the team claimed medalist honors at the Girls Team European Championship in 2000, second at the Lady’s Team European Championship in 2001 and third in the Lady’s Team European Championship in 2002. Prior to coaching at LSU, Borst worked at the Ritz Carlton Golf Club in Sarasota, Fla., assisting in course and tournament operations. Borst, formerly Golda Johansson, is married to Steve Borst.

BORST’S SCORECARD Year Events Rounds Strokes Avg. Low 18 Low 54 Top 10 Top 20 Best Finish 2010-11 10 30 9,189 306.3 287 881 5 10 4th (UCF Challenge) 2011-12 10 30 9,142 304.7 290 883 6 9 1st (Bettie Lou Evans Fall Inv.) 2012-13 10 30 9,033 301.1 282 875 6 13 1st (Old Waverly Invitational) 2013-14 10 30 8,884 296.1 283 866 6 8 1st (“MO”Morial Invitational) 2014-15 10 30 9,022 300.7 284 866 5 10 T5th (“MO”Morial Invitational) Career 50 150 45,270 301.8 282 866 28 50 1st (Three Times) FIND A WAY

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BRIAN MAY • Assistant Coach • Frankfort, Ky. Brian May enters his second year as an assistant coach with the University of Kentucky women’s golf team after serving as the head golf professional at the Frankfort Country Club for two and a half years. In May’s first season as an assistant coach at Kentucky, UK made a fifth straight appearance in NCAA Regionals, a school record. At the NCAA Regionals, the Wildcats finished in seventh place with a furious last-day comeback, just narrowly missing out on the program’s first NCAA Championships berth since 1992. The

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seventh-place finish is the best of the Golda Johansson Borst era. Under May’s watch, freshman Isabelle Johansson qualified for the NCAA Championships as an individual, the first Wildcat to do so since Heather Kraus in 1998. During May’s first season as a Wildcat, Kentucky carded five top-10 finishes and posted the second-best single-season scoring average in school history. A native of Frankfort, Ky., May graduated from the Golf Academy of the South in Orlando, Fla. In December of 2007, May returned to Lexington to take additional classes in exercise science at UK. A PGA Level 3 Apprentice, May continued his golf career at the Frankfort Country Club where he served as the assistant golf professional for two years

before being promoted to head golf professional in January of 2013. A 2003 graduate of Franklin County High School, May is married to the former Corie Broering.

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CYLIA DAMERAU • Senior • Cham, Switzerland (Davos Sports Gymnasium) Career Honors: Tied for 12th at the 2015 SEC Championship ... SEC Golfer of the Week (2/12/14) ... Three-time SEC Academic Honor Roll member ... Made the WGCA All-American Scholar Team in 2015. 2014-15 (Junior): Ranked second on the team with a season scoring average of 75.83 ... Had three top-30 finishes ... Recorded four even- or under-par rounds on the season ... Fired a 1-under 71 on the final day of the South Bend Regional ... Her season low 54-hole score of 218 (75-7370) came at the 2015 SEC Championship along with her highest finish in a tie for 12th place ... Tied her 18-hole round of 70 at the SEC Championship ... Carded a 1-under 71 at the UCF Challenge ... Fired a 1-under 70 at the opening round of the Stanford Invitational ... Finished in the top 25 at the “MO”Morial Invitational for the second straight year ... SEC Academic Honor Roll member ... WGCA All-American Scholar Team member.

2012-13 (Freshman): Finished third on the team and second among freshmen with a stroke average of 75.81 ... Recorded one top-10 finish on the year, placing ninth at the Old Waverly Bulldog Invitational, helping UK win its lone tournament of the year ... Her low 54-hole round of the year came at the Alamo Invitational, where she shot a 219 (75-74-70) ... Shot season low round 2-under -par, 70 at the Old Waverly Bulldog and Alamo Invitationals.

Personal: Born January 6, 1993 ... Daughter of Ralf and Eveline Damerau ... Has two younger brothers, Sascha and Michel, and an older sister, Jamina ... Double major in communications and psychology. Why she chose UK: “I loved the colors, the people, the town and the coach -- and I loved how crazy everyone in Lexington is about UK.”

High School: Selected to play on the Swiss Ladies European Team ... Won the 2011 Swiss Juniors Championship ... Finished in the top 10 at both the Ladies Italian International Championship and the Belgium International Junior Championship ... Member of the 2009 European Championship in Finland.

2013-14 (Sophomore): Ranked fourth on the team with season scoring average of 75.40 ... Had one top-10 finish and two top-20 finishes on the season ... At the 2014 SEC Championship, she played the most consistent of all her teammates, finishing in 18th place with a 225 (75-7575) ... Her low 54-hole round came at the UCF Challenge where she carded a 214 (72-72-70) ... Named SEC Co-Golfer of the Week on Feb. 12 after her performance at the UCF Challenge... Became the first UK women’s golfer to earn SEC weekly honors in program history ... Tied for 24th at the “MO”Morial Invitational ... SEC Academic Honor Roll member.

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Events Rounds Strokes Avg. Low 18 Low 54 Top 10 Top 20 Best Finish 9 27 2,047 75.81 70 219 1 1 9th (Old Waverly Invitational) 10 30 2,262 75.40 70 214 1 2 T7th (UCF Challenge) 8 24 1,820 75.83 70 218 0 1 T12th (SEC Championship) 27 81 6,129 75.67 70 214 2 4 T7th (UCF Challenge) 2015-16 KENTUCKY WOMEN’S GOLF FACT BOOK | 6


ANNA HACK • Freshman (RS) • Paducah, Ky. (Calloway County High School) 2014-15 (Redshirt Freshman): Joined Kentucky in January ... Did not play in her first season. High School: The 2012 Kentucky High School Athletic Association individual state champion with rounds of 68-74 ... Five-time Kentucky All-State honoree ... Finished in the in the top three times in the KHSAA state championship ... 73 top-five finishes in statewide, national and Junior PGA Tour events ... Shot 64 twice in tournament play ... Tabbed the 2012-13 Golfweek Junior Tour Player of the Year (girls 15-19) ... During 2012, finished in the top five in 16 of 28 events ... Played in 21 events on the Southeastern Junior Golf Tour, winning nine and never finishing worse than fourth place ... Qualified for the PGA Junior Championship in Bryan, Texas, finishing in 28th place ... Also qualified for the USGA Junior Girls’ Championship in Flagstaff, Ariz., finishing 26th to qualify for match play. Personal: Born Jan. 28, 1997 ... Daughter of Darren and Kelly Hack ... Has a sister, Ellie ... Uncle, Billy Haskins, played football at UK ... Major is undergraduate studies. Why she chose Kentucky: “The coaches, the team and I fell in love with the school.”

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SARAH HARRIS • Senior • Hermitage, Tenn. (Donnelson Christian Academy) Career Honors: 2015 SEC Community Service Team ... Finished 14th at 2015 Bryan National Collegiate ... SEC AllFreshman Team ... Three-time SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll member ... Three-time WGCA All-American Scholar Team member. 2014-15 (Junior): Named to the SEC Community Service Team for suppoerior community service ... Ranked third on the team with a scoring average of 75.96 ... Had one top-15 finish and three top-30 finishes ... Recorded four even- or under-par rounds ... Tied for 14th place at the Bryan National Collegiate with a 225 (72-75-78) ... Carded low 54-hole score of 222 in consecutive tournaments at the UCF Challenge and Darius Rucker Intercollegiate ... Posted a top-30 finish at the Darius Rucker Intercollegiate ... Fired a 1-under 70 in the final round of the Stanford Intercollegiate ... Finished in a tie for 21st at the Windy City Classic at 7-over-par (74-77-72) ... Tied her career low 18-hole round of 69 at the Mason Rudolph Championship ... SEC Academic Honor Roll member ... WGCA All-American Scholar Team member. 2013-14 (Sophomore): Third on the team with a season scoring average of 74.74 ... Had one top-10 finish and two top-20 finishes on the season ... Tied for 17th place at the LSU Tiger Golf Classic with a 226 (76-75-75 )... Recorded a UK personal-best 54-hole score of 215 (76-6970) at the UCF Challenge to tie for 14th place ... Tied for second place in the first tournament of the season, the “MO”Morial Invitational with a then-personal best three-day score of 217 (72-71-74) ... SEC Academic Honor Roll member ... WGCA All-American Scholar Team member. Summer

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championship flight at the Women’s Western Amateur Championship in Dayton, Ohio ... Won the Tennessee Women’s Amateur Championship ... Finished sixth at the Judson Collegiate Invitational ... Finished fourth at the Pure Silk Collegiate Team Championship with former Wildcat, Betsie Johnson. 2012-13 (Freshman): Became the first UK player in the history of the program to be named to the Southeastern Conference All-Freshman Team ... Finished second on the team and first among freshmen with a stroke average of 75.70 ... Played her best tournament of the year at the Southeastern Conference Championships, shooting 9-over-par and finishing in a careerbest second place. The second place finish was the highest individual finish for UK on the year ... Recorded one top-10 and two top-20 finishes on the season ... Shot a season-low round of 1-under-par, 71, in the final round of the Rebel Intercollegiate, while also charting her season-best 54-hole score of 223 in the tournament ... SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll member ... WGCA All-American Scholar Team member.

Tour Player of the Year ... 2011 Tennessee Girls Jr. Player of the Year ... 2012 Tennessee Girls Jr. Amateur Champion ... Match play qualifier at the 2011 US Girls Jr. Amateur Championship ... 2011 US Girls Jr. Amateur Local Qualifying medalist. Personal: Born February 15, 1994 ... Daughter of John and Lori Harris ... Has a younger brother, Andrew ... Plans to major is integrated strategic communications ... Graduated in the top 10 percent of her class ... Member of the National Honor Society, while being named the freshman class president and the student body treasurer ... Volunteered at the First Tee of Nashville and the Food Drive for Second Harvest Food Bank ... Member of the Mu Alpha Theta and “Interact” service project club ... Major in integrated strategic communications, minor in digital media and design. Why she chose UK: “I wanted to compete in a great conference with a great coach and an excellent athletic tradition.”

Summer of 2012: Won the Tennessee Girls Junior Amateur Championship ... Posted two American Junior Golf Association top-10 finishes. High School: Won the 49th annual Tennessee Girls’ Junior Championship by six strokes ... Two-time Tennessee Junior Tour Player of the Year ... Selected to the 2010 and 2011 HP Scholastic All-American team by the American Junior Golf Association ... Led Donelson Christian Academyto a Division 2A State Championship as a sophomore ... Member of the Tennessean’s All Mid-State Team in 2009 and 2010 ... Finished her high school career with seven American Junior Golf Association top-10 finishes and three top-five finishes ... Three-time Tennessee High School Division 2A Regional Champion ... 2010 All-American Jr.

HARRIS’ SCORECARD Year Events Rounds 2012-13 9 27 2013-14 10 30 2014-15 9 27 Career 28 84 FIND A WAY

Strokes 2,044 2,246 2,051 6,341

Avg. Low 18 75.70 71 75.87 69 75.96 69 75.49 69

Low 54 Top 10 223 1 215 1 222 0 215 2

Top 20 Best Finish 2 2nd (SEC Championship) 2 T2nd (“MO”Morial Invitational) 2 T14th (Bryan National Collegiate) 6 2nd (SEC Championship)

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ISABELLE JOHANSSON • Sophmore • Sala, Sweden (Celsiusskolan High School) Career Honors: First Wildcat to qualify for NCAA Championships as an individual since 1998 ... Tied for 10th at the 2015 NCAA South Bend Regional. Summer 2015: Active summer that consisted of five top10 finishes … Best finish was third place at the Swedish Junior Strokeplay … Twice finished in fifth place, first at the Skandia Tour Elit Borås GL and then at the Upsala Open … Posted the second-best amateur score at the Borås Ladies Open, part of the Let Access Series, and ended up in eighth place overall … Notched a 10th-place finish at the Hovås Open … Notched a top20 finish (19th) at the Norrporten Ladies Open, part of the Let Access Series.

Collegiate, her first career top-50 finish ... Made Kentucky debut with an 11-overpar performance at the UCF Challenge, including a 1-under 71 in just her second collegiate round. High School: The 2014 Junior Masters Invitational champion ... Won the 2014 Swedish Junior Championship ... Finished as the low amateur in the Sundsvall Ladies Open ... The 2014 Golf Upsala Open champion ... Finished third in the 2013 Annika Invitational Europe ... Participated

in Annika Invitational Florida. Personal: Born July 14, 1995 ... Daughter of Mikael and Gitte Johansson ... Has two brothers, Kristoffer and Isak ... Major is undergraduate studies. Why she chose UK: “It was the best fit for me. I loved Golda and I loved the mood at UK. It is a place where my dreams can come true.”

2014-15 (Freshman): Qualified for the NCAA Championships as an individual, the first Wildcat to qualify for the NCAA Championships as an individual since Heather Kraus in 1998 ... Joined Kentucky for the spring semester ... Played in six tournaments in spring with one top-10 finish ... Finished with a 76.8 scoring average ... Recorded three even- or under-par rounds in six tournaments ... Played best golf of her young career at the NCAA South Bend Regional, tying for 10th place and earning a spot at the NCAA Championships by getting up and down for par in the final hole of a three-hole playoff ... Fired an opening-day 70 at the NCAA South Bend Regional, her best round of the season, just one place removed from the lead after the opening 18 holes ... With a tournament-best 43 pars, finished the NCAA South Bend Regional with a 3-overpar 219, her best 54-hole score of the season ... Shot even par in the final round at the Bryan National Collegiate to finish in a tie for 48th place at the Bryan National

JOHANSSON’S SCORECARD Year 2014-15 Career

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Rounds 18 18

Strokes 1,382 1,382

Avg. 76.78 76.78

Low 18 70 70

Low 54 219 219

Top 10 1 1

Top 20 Best Finish 1 T10th (NCAA South Bend Regoinals) 1 T10th (NCAA South Bend Regionals)

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MEGAN KINNEY • Junior • Frankfort, Ky. (Western Hills High School) Career Honors: Twotime SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll member. Summer 2015: Tied for 26th at the Kentucky Women’s Open … Finished in a tie for 49th place at the Tennessee Women’s Open.

placing tied for 11th in the 2011 Kentucky Open ... She was also the 2011 Shelby County Rockets Invitational champion. Personal: Born May 21, 1995 ... Daughter of Scott and Robin Kinney ... Her father, Scott, played basketball at Rollins College ... Major is integrated strategic communications, minor in community communication and leadership development.

Why she chose UK: ”This program provides you with every opportunity to succeed. Being a Wildcat is like being a part of a family.”

2014-15 (Sophomore): Competed in four tournaments ... Had a scoring average of 80.92 ... Fired a 78 in the first round of the Mason Rudolph Championship ... Her best finish came at the “MO”Morial Invitational for the second straight year as she placed 50th ... SEC Academic Honor Roll member. 2013-14 (Freshman): Competed in four tournaments as a freshman ... Has a season scoring average of 81.01 ... Her best finish came in her first collegiate tournament, the “MO”Morial Invitational where she tied for 58th ... SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll member. Summer of 2013: Began the summer in the Kentucky Junior Masters where she placed fifth ... Top 20 finish in the PGA Junior Series at Kearney Hill Golf Links... Qualified for the championship flight in the Women’s Western Amateur in Dayton, Ohio ... Finished the summer with a win at the Capital Classic Invitational. High School: A four-time Academic AllState selection out of Western Hills High School, where she holds the scoring average record (75.1) and lowest round record (68) ... The 2012 Kentucky Region 7 champion, while also registering the individual scoring round record of 68 at the Madison Southern Invitational ... Recorded top-15 finishes in the 2011 and 2012 Kentucky State Tournaments after

KINNEY’S SCORECARD Year Events Rounds Strokes Avg. Low 18 2013-14 4 12 973 81.08 77 2014-15 4 12 971 80.92 77 Career 8 24 1,944 81.00 77 FIND A WAY

Low 54 Top 10 Top 20 Best Finish 240 0 0 T58th (“MO”Morial Invitational) 235 0 0 50th (“MO”Morial Invitational) 235 0 0 T50th (“MO”Morial Invitational) 2015-16 KENTUCKY WOMEN’S GOLF FACT BOOK | 10


GRACE ROSE • Sophomore • Nicholasville, Ky. (West Jessamine High School) Career Honors: SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll member.

Sister played golf at UK ... Brother played golf collegiately at Eastern Kentucky ... Major is undergraduate studies.

Summer 2015: Finished in sixth place at the Kentucky Women’s Open with a two-day score of 1-over par … Was tied for the lead after the first day of the Kentucky Women’s Open.

Why she chose UK: “I grew up in Lexington and I wanted to play with the best golfers.”

2014-15 (Freshman): Competed in nine tournaments as a freshman ... Held a 77.56 scoring average ... Finished in the top 50 four times this year ... Had her highest career finish at the NCAA South Regional in a tie for 41st place along with her lowest 54-hole score of 227 ... Was among the tournament leaders in birdies at the South Bend Regional ... Played consistent golf in the postseason, shooting in the 70s in all six rounds of the SEC Championship and South Bend Regional ... Shot a 1-over 73 in the second round of the LSU Tiger Golf Classic ... Carded her low 18-hole round of 72 in consecutive tournaments at the UCF Challenge and Stanford Invitational ... Finished in a tie for 46th in her first collegiate tournament at the “MO”Morial Invitational ... SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll member. High School: The 2013 Kentucky High School Athletics Association champion and region runner-up ... Named 2013 KSHAA Player of the Year honors ... Registered a 68 at the state championship and posted a scoring average of 73 ... The Mussleman Dunne Champion and Junior Champion Marion Miley runner-up ... Participated in the 2012 First Tee Pebble Beach ... Participated in two-week mission trips to Haiti and Jamaica while in high school. Personal: Born March 24, 1996 ... Daughter of Wade and Dana Rose ... Has a brother, Travis, and a sister, Ashlee ...

ROSE’S SCORECARD Year 2014-15 Career

Events 9 9

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Rounds 27 27

Strokes 2,094 2,094

Avg. 77.56 77.56

Low 18 72 72

Low 54 227 227

Top 10 0 0

Top 20 Best Finish 0 T41st (NCAA South Bend Regionals) 0 T41st (NCAA South Bend Regionals)

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ALE WALKER • Junior • Paintsville, Ky. (Paintsville High School) Career Honors: Twotime SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll member ... Made the WGCA All-American Scholar Team in 2014. 2014-15 (Sophomore): Held a scoring average of 76.76 ... Had three top-40 finishes and one top-20 finish ... Missed the final three tournaments of the season with an injury ... Fired a 1-under 71 in the second round of the UCF Challenge ... Turned in her best 54-hole score at the Stanford Invitational with a 4-over-par 217 (73-70-74) ... Tied for 20th at the “MO”Morial Invitation for the second consecutive year with a 54-hole score of 225 (75-75-76) ... SEC Academic Honor Roll member.

High School: In 2012, Walker was the regional and All-A State champion, while also claiming the AJGA Greenbrier qualifier ... Named the All-Area Player of the Year, regional runner-up and Madisonville Invitational individual champion in 2011 ... A five-time state tournament qualifier, All-A Regional champion (2010-12), voted on the All-Area Team (2009-11) and was the first woman to compete in the 2012 Paintsville Invitational, placing third ... Was also a two-year letterwinner in soccer, while also lettering in softball one year.

Why she chose UK: “UK prides itself on being both academically and athletically competitive by providing their athletes with whatver they need to be a successful person.”

Personal: Born May 23, 1995 ... Daughter of Butch and Kathy Walker ... Has one brother, Bryan ... Major is premanagement.

2013-14 (Freshman): Competed in all 10 tournaments as a freshman and has recorded one top-20 finish ... Turned in her best 54-hole score at the UCF Challenge with a 221 (71-75-75) ... She tied for 20th at the “MO”Morial Invitational with a three-day score of 224 (75-77-72) ... WGCA All-American Scholar Team member ... SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll member. Summer of 2013: Placed second in the North East Florida Collegiate Amateur with scores of 74-75-74... Placed third in AJGA at Bellefonte CC with 76-72-72... Top 10 in Sun Coast tour event with 76-76-74... Played in the Kentucky Women’s Open and shot 75-79... Won the sportsmanship award for the AJGA at Bellefonte CC... Nominated as top 20 in country for the prestigious President Leadership Award by raising money for different awarenesses and causes such as the Hands for Haiti, tornado victims and many other local causes.

WALKER’S SCORECARD Year Events Rounds Strokes Avg. Low 18 Low 54 Top 10 Top 20 Best Finish 2013-14 10 30 2,293 76.43 71 221 0 1 T20th (“MO”Morial Invitational) 2014-15 7 21 1,612 76.76 70 217 0 1 T20th (“MO”Morial Invitational) Career 17 51 3,905 76.57 70 217 0 2 T20th (“MO”Morial Invitational) FIND A WAY

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NEWCOMERS Jordan Chael •

Junior • Overland Park, Kan. (St. Thomas Aquinas High School)

Summer 2015: Won the Missouri Women’s Golf Association Amateur Championship … Shot even par in the opening round of the MWGA Championship, 1-under par in the second round and a tournament-best 68 (4-under par) in the final 18 holes to pull away from the field … Finished at 5-under par overall at the MWGA Championship, the only player in red numbers. 2014-15 (Sophomore at Nebraska): Led Nebraska with a 75.30 stroke average, a 2.37 stroke per round improvement from her first season ... Tied for 32nd to end the year at the Big Ten Championships in Indianapolis ... Produced the second-best career stroke average in school history (76.48) ... Notched three top-10 finishes ... Tied for fifth place at the Clover Cup in Mesa, Ariz., on March 20-21 ... Her second-round 70 at the Longbow Golf Club marked the second-best round of her career and her tie for fifth marked the third top-five finish of her career ... Fired a career-best 69 in the first round of the Westbrook Invitational in Peoria, Ariz., on Feb. 22 ... Finished with a career-best 217 to finish in a tie for 16th at the Westbrook Invitational ... Tied for ninth place at the Ron Moore Intercollegiate in Highlands Ranch, Colo., on Oct. 10-12 ... Recorded the best finish of her career by taking third (71-75-74-220) at Nebraska’s seasonopening Chip-N Club Invitational in early Septem-

Zoe Collins •

2014-15 (Freshman at Nebraska): Finished with a 77.67 stroke average on the year, which ranked as the fourth-best freshman stroke average in school history ... Helped the Huskers to a team title at the Mountain View Collegiate in Tuscon, Ariz. ... Fired a season-best 71 in her final round at the Westbrook Spring Invitational in Mesa, Ariz. ... Carded a hole-in-one at the Hoosier Fall Invite in Greenwood, Ind. ... Tied for 18th at the Minnesota Invitational with all three of her rounds counting toward Nebraska’s team score ... Earned a lineup spot in Nebraska’s season-opening Chip-N Club Invitational and claimed a top-10 finish to help the Huskers to a team title ... Fired a three-round total of 224 that included a 1-under par 71 in the first round of her collegiate career to help her to a ninth-place finish. High School: As a senior at St. Thomas Aquinas High School, won the Kansas Class 5A individual state championship in October of 2012, while leading St. Thomas Aquinas to the state team title ... During her final three seasons at Aquinas, won or tied for first in 21 of 27 tournaments ... Four-time Kansas City Star All-Metro selection, earning first-team honors in 2010, 2011 and 2012 ... Three-time Class 5A Regional champion, while leading St. Thomas Aquinas to three straight Class 5A state team titles ... Finished third individually at the state tournament in 2010 and 2011 ... Finished fourth individually in Class 6A as a freshman in 2009 ... Missouri Women’s Golf Association

State Junior champion in 2012, before adding a runner-up finish in 2013 ... Took second at the AJGA Coca-Cola Junior Championship in Harbor Springs, Mich., and posted top-five finishes at AJGA events in Springfield, Mo., and Kansas City, Mo. ... Earned individual medalist honors while leading Missouri to the 2013 Four State championship ... Finished second as an individual at the Four State Team Championship in both 2011 (Beatrice, Neb.) and 2012 (Sedalia, Mo.). ... Placed third at the PGA Junior Series Tournament at ArborLinks in Nebraska City in June of 2012 ... Competed at the Callaway Junior World Championships in July at Torrey Pines in California. ... Finished fifth at the Future Collegiate World Tour Tournament held at The Classic Club in Palm Desert, Calif., before taking seventh at the Future Collegiate World Tour Championship held at PGA National. Personal: Transferred from Nebraska following her sophomore season ... Born March 3, 1995 ... Daughter of Ted and Brenda Chael ... Has one older brother, Andrew ... Major is undeclared ... Earned academic All-Big Ten accolades as a sophomore in 2015 ... Four-time member of the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll ... Major is undecided. Why she chose UK: “I chose Kentucky because of the commitment to women’s golf here. I knew early on that, as a Wildcat, I would be pushed in many different ways to become the best golfer and person I can be. From the coaching staff to the facilities to the girls, it’s a program that I cannot wait to be a part of.”

Freshman • Galway, Ireland (IMG Academy)

Summer 2015: Posted a pair of top-five finishes during the summer … Came in fourth place at the Stoke Park Ladies Open … Finished in fourth place at the Irish Ladies Interprovincials. High School: Two-time tournament winner at the junior level ... Captured her first title at the Berkshire Girls Championship in 2014 ... Won the IMG Golf Laurel Oak Country Club title in 2015 ... Placed third at FIND A WAY

ber, her best touranment score of her career at that time.

the Stoke Park Ladies Open in 2014 ... Frequent competitor on the international scene ... Tied for 19th at the 2014 Irish Girls Open ... Reached the semifinals of match play at the 2014 Irish Girls Close ... Finished in 37th place at the English Girls Open in 2014.

prove my golf but be a part of something much larger.”

Personal: Born Oct. 28, 1996 ... Daughter of Brendan and Joan Collins ... Has a brother, Niall, and a sister, Jade ... Hails from Ireland ... Major is biology. Why she chose UK: “I chose Kentucky because of the amazing coaching staff, the team and the facilities. I felt I would not only be able to im2015-16 KENTUCKY WOMEN’S GOLF FACT BOOK | 13


2014-15 RESULTS Date 9/8-10 9/19-21 10/6-7 10/17-19 2/8-10 3/6-8 3/27-29 4/3-5 4/17-19 5/7-9 5/22-27

Tournament “MO”Morial Invitational Mason Rudolph Championship Windy City Classic Stanford Intercollegiate UCF Challenge Darius Rucker Intercollegiate LSU Tiger Golf Classic Bryan National Collegiate SEC Championship NCAA Regionals NCAA Championships

R1 R2 R3 Score Place Top Finisher (Place) 298 302 301 901 T5th Haley Mills (4) 299 299 305 903 9th Haley Mills (T16) 312 302 309 923 14th Sarah Harris (T21) 284 289 293 866 9th Haley Mills (T16) 294 284 307 885 11th Haley Mills (T19) 310 309 298 917 16th Sarah Harris (T28) 316 306 313 935 13th Haley Mills (T16) 304 302 300 906 6th Haley Mills (T10) 307 297 290 894 11th Cylia Damerau (T12) 301 301 290 892 7th Isabelle Johansson/Haley Mills (T10) - - - - - Isabelle Johansson (T96)

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS Player Cylia Damerau Anna Hack Sarah Harris Isabelle Johansson Megan Kinney Haley Kluth Haley Mills Grace Rose Lexi Salberg Ale Walker TEAM TOTALS

Events 8 - 9 6 4 - 10 9 - 7 10

Rds 24 - 27 18 12 - 30 27 - 21 156

Strokes 1,820 - 2,051 1,382 971 - 2,217 2,094 - 1,612 11,906

Avg. 75.8 - 76.0 76.8 80.9 - 73.9 77.6 - 76.6 76.3

Low 18 70 - 69 70 77 - 69 72 - 70 69

Low 54 218 - 222 219 235 - 212 227 - 217 212

Top 10 0 - 0 1 0 - 3 0 - 0 4

Top 20 1 - 2 1 0 - 7 0 - 1 12

Best Finish (Place) T12 (SEC Championship) T14 (Bryan National Collegiate) T10 (NCAA South Bend Regionals) 50 (“MO”Morial Invitational) 4 (“MO”Morial Invitational) T41 (NCAA South Bend Regionals) T20 (“MO”Morial Invitational) 4 (“MO”Morial Invitational)

The Kentucky women’s golf team notched five top-10 finishes in 2015-16.

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2014-15 TOURNAMENT BREAKDOWN “MO”Morial Invitational Sept. 8-10, Traditions Club – Bryan, Texas. 6,158 yards, par 72, 54-hole event

Darius Rucker Intercollegiate March 6-8, Long Cove Club – Hilton Head, S.C. 6,142 yards, par 71, 54-hole event

Player Haley Mills Ale Walker Cylia Damerau Grace Rose Megan Kinney

Player R1 R2 R3 Total Place Sarah Harris 76 74 74 224 T28 Haley Mills 77 81 70 227 T47 Ale Walker 76 77 77 230 T58 Isabelle Johannson 84 77 77 238 T79 Grace Rose 81 82 78 241 T84

R1 R2 R3 Total Place 71 75 70 216 4 75 75 76 226 T20 75 74 78 227 T25 77 79 77 233 T46 77 78 80 235 50

Mason Rudolph Championship Sept. 19-21, Vanderbilt Legends Club South Course – Franklin, Tenn. 6,321 yards, par 72, 54-hole event

LSU Tiger Golf Classic March 26-28, University Club – Baton Rouge, La. 6,142 yards, par 72, 54-hole event

Player Haley Mills Cylia Damerau Sarah Harris Grace Rose Ale Walker Megan Kinney

Player Haley Mills Grace Rose Sarah Harris Ale Walker Megan Kinney

R1 R2 R3 Total Place 73 75 74 222 T16 74 75 76 225 T30 81 69 77 227 T38 74 82 79 235 T63 78 80 78 236 T69 78 80 85 243 75

Windy City Classic Oct. 6-7, Westmoreland Country Club – Wilmette, Ill. 6,291 yards, par 72, 54-hole event Player Sarah Harris Haley Mills Cylia Damerau Ale Walker Megan Kinney

R1 R2 R3 Total Place 74 77 72 223 T21 79 77 78 234 T61 81 73 80 234 T61 78 75 83 236 T67 81 82 79 242 T76

Stanford Intercollegiate Oct. 17-19, Stanford Golf Course – Palo Alto, Calif. 6,130 yards, par 71, 54-hole event Player Haley Mills Ale Walker Cylia Damerau Sarah Harris Grace Rose

R1 R2 R3 Total Place 69 70 73 205 T16 73 70 74 217 T40 70 72 80 222 T53 75 77 70 222 T53 72 79 76 227 T69

UCF Challenge Feb. 8-10, Eagle Creek Golf Club – Orlando, Fla. 6,349 yards, par 72, 54-hole event Player R1 R2 R3 Total Place Haley Mills 71 71 74 216 T19 Sarah Harris 74 72 76 222 T42 Ale Walker 75 71 76 222 T42 Isabelle Johannson 74 71 82 227 T63 Cylia Damerau 76 71 81 228 T69 *Grace Rose 79 72 82 233 T88

R1 R2 R3 Total Place 80 74 70 224 T16 80 73 80 233 T44 76 80 83 239 T60 80 79 86 245 T77 86 85 80 251 84

Bryan National Collegiate April 3-5, Bryan Park Champions Course – Greensboro, N.C. 6,386 yards, par 72, 54-hole event Player R1 R2 R3 Total Place Haley Mills 77 75 72 224 T10 Sarah Harris 72 75 78 225 T14 Isabelle Johansson 76 86 72 234 T48 Cylia Damerau 85 73 78 236 T57 Grace Rose 79 79 82 240 T71 2015 SEC Championship April 17-19, Greystone Golf & Country Club – Birmingham, Ala. 6,190 yards, par 72, 54-hole event Player R1 R2 R3 Total Place Cylia Damerau 75 73 70 218 T12 Haley Mills 76 73 73 222 T27 Grace Rose 79 76 76 228 T44 Isabelle Johansson 77 76 76 229 T47 Sarah Harris 84 75 74 233 T58 NCAA South Bend Regionals May 7-9, Warren Golf Course – South Bend, Ind. 6,301 yards, par 72, 54-hole event Player R1 R2 R3 Total Place Isabelle Johansson 70 74 75 219 T10 Haley Mills 74 75 70 219 T10 Grace Rose 77 76 74 227 T41 Cylia Damerau 80 79 71 230 T56 Sarah Harris 80 76 80 236 T84 NCAA Championships May 22-27, Concession Golf Club – Bradenton, Fla. 6,468 yards, par 72, 72-hole event Player R1 R2 R3 Total Place Isabelle Johansson 81 79 81 241 T96

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2014-15 PLAYER BREAKDOWN Cylia Damerau, Jr., Cham, Switzerland Event “MO”Morial Invitational Mason Rudolph Championship Windy City Classic Stanford Intercollegiate UCF Challenge Bryan National Collegiate SEC Championship NCAA South Bend Regionals

R1 R2 R3 Total Place 75 74 78 227 T25 74 75 76 225 T30 81 73 80 234 T61 70 72 80 222 T53 76 71 81 228 T69 85 73 78 240 T71 75 73 70 218 T12 80 79 71 230 T56

Sarah Harris, Jr., Hermitage, Tenn. Event Mason Rudolph Championship Windy City Classic Stanford Intercollegiate UCF Challenge Darius Rucker Intercollegiate LSU Tiger Golf Classic Bryan National Collegiate SEC Championship NCAA South Bend Regionals

R1 R2 R3 Total Place 81 69 77 227 T38 74 77 72 223 T21 77 77 70 222 T53 74 72 76 222 T42 76 74 74 224 T28 76 80 83 239 T60 72 75 78 225 T14 84 75 74 233 T58 80 76 80 236 T84

Isabelle Johansson, Fr., Sala, Sweden Event UCF Challenge Darius Rucker Intercollegiate Bryan National Collegiate SEC Championship NCAA South Bend Regionals NCAA Championships

R1 R2 R3 Total Place 74 71 82 227 T63 84 77 77 238 T79 76 86 72 234 T48 77 76 76 229 T47 70 74 75 219 T10 81 79 81 241 T96

Isabelle Johansson became the first Wildcat to qualify for the NCAA Championships since 1998.

Megan Kinney, So., Frankfort, Ky. Event “MO”Morial Invitational Mason Rudolph Championship Windy City Classic LSU Tiger Golf Classic

R1 R2 R3 Total Place 77 78 80 235 50 78 80 85 243 75 81 82 79 242 T76 86 85 80 251 T84

Haley Mills, So., Tyler, Texas Event “MO”Morial Invitational Mason Rudolph Championship Windy City Classic Stanford Intercollegiate UCF Challenge Darius Rucker Intercollegiate LSU Tiger Golf Classic Bryan National Collegiate SEC Championship NCAA South Bend Regionals

R1 R2 R3 Total Place 71 75 70 216 4 73 75 74 222 T16 79 77 78 234 T61 69 70 73 212 T16 71 71 74 216 T19 77 81 70 227 T47 80 74 70 224 T16 77 75 72 224 T10 76 73 73 222 T27 74 75 70 219 T10

Grace Rose, Fr., Nicholasville, Ky. Event “MO”Morial Invitational Mason Rudolph Championship Stanford Intercollegiate UCF Challenge Darius Rucker Intercollegiate LSU Tiger Golf Classic Bryan National Collegiate SEC Championship NCAA South Bend Regionals

R1 R2 R3 Total Place 77 79 77 233 T46 74 82 79 235 T63 72 79 76 227 T69 79 72 82 233 T88 81 82 78 241 T84 80 73 80 233 T44 79 79 82 240 T71 79 76 73 228 T44 77 76 74 227 T41

Cylia Damerau’s final-day 70 propelled her to a 12th-place finish at the at the SEC Championship.

Ale Walker, So., Paintsville, Ky. Event “MO”Morial Invitational Mason Rudolph Championship Windy City Classic Stanford Intercollegiate UCF Challenge Darius Rucker Intercollegiate LSU Tiger Golf Classic

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R1 R2 R3 Total Place 75 75 76 226 T20 78 80 78 236 T39 78 75 83 236 67 73 70 74 217 T40 75 71 76 222 T42 76 77 77 230 T58 80 79 86 245 T77

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RECORDS SINCE 1987 SEASON RECORDS: SCORING AVERAGE (MIN. 15 ROUNDS) Season Name 2013-14 Liz Breed 2014-15 Haley Mills 2013-14 Haley Mills 2013-14 Sarah Harris 2012-13 Ashleigh Albrecht 2007-08 Mallory Blackwelder 2010-11 Ashleigh Albrecht 2013-14 Cylia Damerau 2008-09 Mallory Blackwelder 2012-13 Sarah Harris 1987-88 Kate Rogerson 2012-13 Cylia Damerau 2014-15 Cylia Damerau 2014-15 Sarah Harris 2012-13 Heather Lott 2011-12 Ashleigh Albrecht 1988-89 Cindy Mueller 2013-14 Ale Walker 2012-13 Liz Breed 2005-06 Ali Kicklighter 2002-03 Rachel Lester 2009-10 Ashleigh Albrecht 2010-11 Heather Lott 2014-15 Ale Walker 2014-15 Isabelle Johansson

Rounds 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 27.0 29.0 28.0 30.0 26.0 27.0 35.0 27.0 24.0 27.0 18.0 27.0 31.0 30.0 30.0 32.0 29.0 29.0 30.0 21.0 18.0

Avg. Score 73.87 73.90 74.13 74.87 75.07 75.34 75.36 75.40 75.62 75.70  75.71 75.81 75.83 75.96 76.22 76.22 76.22 76.43 76.50 76.50 76.55 76.59 76.73 76.76 76.78

PLAYER WINS Season Name 1987-88 Kate Rogerson 1995-96 Lauri Berles 2013-14 Haley Mills 2011-12 Ashleigh Albrecht 2010-11 Ashleigh Albrecht 1996-97 Lauri Berles 2008-09 Mallory Blackwelder 1998-99 Jenny Dugan 2004-05 Erin Faulkner 2003-04 Maggie Gabelman 1991-92 Tonya Gill 1990-91 Tonya Gill 1989-90 Tonya Gill 2005-06 Ali Kicklighter 1988-89 Cindy Mueller* 1990-91 Dolores Nava 2001-02 Towa Okiyama 1993-94 Maria Olivero

Tournanments 12 11 10 9 10 1 10 10 8 5 10 12 12 11 11 10 10 4

Wins 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

PAR OR BETTER ROUNDS Season Name 2014-15 Haley Mills 2013-14 Liz Breed 2012-13 Ashleigh Albrecht 2010-11 Ashleigh Albrecht 2013-14 Sarah Harris 2011-12 Ashleigh Albrecht 2007-08 Mallory Blackwelder 2013-14 Cylia Damerau 2013-14 Haley Mills 2012-13 Liz Breed 1996-97 Lauri Berles 1994-95 Lauri Berles 1987-88 Kate Rogerson 2014-15 Sarah Harris 2014-15 Cylia Damerau 2012-13 Cylia Damerau 2011-12 Liz Breed 2010-11 Betsie Johnson 2009-10 Ashleigh Albrecht 1987-88 Noelle Daghe

Rounds 30.0 30.0 27.0 28.0 30.0 27.0 29.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 31.0 33.0 35.0 27.0 24.0 27.0 24.0 21.0 29.0 32.0

Par or Less 10 8 8 8 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

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1998-99 2005-06 1997-98 1988-89

Jenny Dugan Erin Faulkner Heather Kraus Cindy Mueller

LOW ROUND Season Name 2013-14 Liz Breed 2009-10 Kristin Vincent 2010-11 Ashleigh Albrecht 1998-99 Jenny Dugan 2002-03 Kelly Anders 2007-08 Mallory Blackwelder 1995-96 Kirsten Krogsrud 2009-10 Louise Ljungstedt 2008-09 Alyssa Randolph 2014-15 Sarah Harris 2014-15 Haley Mills 2013-14 Sarah Harris 1996-97 Lauri Berles 2007-08 Mallory Blackwelder 2005-06 Erin Faulkner 2002-03 Rachel Lester 1988-89 Cindy Mueller 1993-94 Maria Olivero 1987-88 Kate Rogerson

27.0 32.0 34.0 31.0

4 4 4 4

Tournament Round/Score Schooner Fall Classic 3/64 Challenge at Onion Creek 2/65 UCF Challenge 1/66 Lady Seminole 1/66 Chrysler ACC/SEC Challenge 1/68 SunTrust Lady Gator Invitational 1/68 The Lady Tar Heel Invite. 2/68 Napa River Grill Cardinal Cup 2/68 LSU Golf Classic 1/68 Mason Rudolph Championship 2/69 Stanford Intercollegiate 1/69 UCF Challenge 2/69 Lady Kat Invitational 3/69 Mason Rudolph Championship 1/69 Napa River Grill Cardinal Cup 2/69 Edwin Watts/Palmetto Intercoll. 1/69 Lady Buckeye Invitational 1/69 SEC Championship 2/69 Lady Hilltopper Invitational 1/69

Bold indicates current or former golfer in Borst era Bold italic indicates current golfer *Results are only available during Mueller’s junior/senior seasons. SCORING AVERAGE Season Coach 2013-14 Golda Borst 2014-15 Golda Borst 2012-13 Golda Borst 2011-12 Golda Borst 2008-09 Myra Blackwelder 2010-11 Golda Borst 2009-10 Myra Blackwelder 2005-06 Stephanie Barker 2007-08 Myra Blackwelder 1988-89 Bettie Lou Evans

Rounds 30.0 30.0 30.0 30.0 26.0 30.0 29.0 32.0 30.0 31.0

Avg. Score 296.13 300.73 301.10 304.73 305.23 306.30 306.62 307.16 309.83 309.84

SEASON WINS Season Coach 1990-91 Bettie Lou Evans 1987-88 Bettie Lou Evans 1997-98 Bettie Lou Evans 1996-97 Bettie Lou Evans 1991-92 Bettie Lou Evans 1988-89 Bettie Lou Evans

Tourns. 12 12 10 11 10 11

Wins 4 3 2 2 2 2

LOW ROUND Season Coach 2012-13 Golda Borst 2013-14 Golda Borst 2014-15 Golda Borst 2014-15 Golda Borst 2009-10 Myra Blackwelder 2013-14 Golda Borst 2013-14 Golda Borst 2010-11 Golda Borst 2010-11 Golda Borst 2008-09 Myra Blackwelder 2014-15 Golda Borst 2013-14 Golda Borst 2014-15 Golda Borst 2014-15 Golda Borst 2012-13 Golda Borst 2011-12 Golda Borst 2007-08 Myra Blackwelder 2009-10 Myra Blackwelder

Tourn. Alamo Invitational Schooner Fall Classic Stanford Intercollegiate UCF Challenge Challenge at Onion Creek “MO”Morial Invitational UCF Challenge UCF Challenge Cougar Classic LSU Golf Classic Stanford Intercollegiate UCF Challenge SEC Championship NCAA Championships Old Waverly Bulldog Inv. Alamo Invitational Mason Rudolph Championship Napa River Grill Cardinal Cup

Round/Score 3/282 3/283 1/284 2/284 3/284 3/286 3/286 1/287 3/288 3/288 2/289 2/289 3/290 3/290 3/290 1/290 1/290 2/290

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CAREER RECORDS WINS

Name Kate Rogerson* Lauri Berles Tonya Gill Ashleigh Albrecht Haley Mills Mallory Blackwelder Maggie Gabelman Maria Olivero Erin Faulkner Ali Kicklighter Towa Okiyama Jenny Dugan Cindy Mueller** Dolores Nava

Tournaments Wins 12 4 42 3 44 3 38 2 10 1 40 1 8 1 8 1 30 1 30 1 37 1 38 1 22 1 35 1

Career 85, 86, 87, 88 94, 95, 96, 97 89, 90, 91, 92 10, 11, 12, 13 14 08, 09 03, 04 94, 95 04, 05, 06 03, 04, 05, 06 99, 00, 01, 02 97, 98, 99, 00 85, 86, 87, 88, 89 89, 90, 91, 92, 93

*Results are only available during Rogerson’s senior season. **Results are only available during Mueller’s junior/senior seasons.

PAR OR BETTER ROUNDS

Name Ashleigh Albrecht Liz Breed Haley Mills Cylia Damerau Sarah Harris Lauri Berles Betsie Johnson Heather Lott Mallory Blackwelder Erica Still Jenny Dugan Tonya Gill Elizabeth Dotson Erin Faulkner Kelly Anders Towa Okiyama Rachel Lester

ROUNDS PLAYED

Name Tonya Gill Jayne Lohr Heather Kraus Lauri Berles Ashleigh Albrecht Jenny Dugan Betsie Johnson Rachel Lester Ashlee Rose Liz Breed Towa Okiyama Jenny Throgmorton Dolores Maria Nava Heather Lott Kelly Anders FIND A WAY

Rounds Par or Less 111.0 26 104.0 17 60.0 15 81.0 13 84.0 12 119.0 11 107.0 8 98.0 8 55.0 8 76.0 8 109.0 7 32.0 7 100.0 5 85.0 5 95.0 5 104.0 5 107.0 5

Rounds 132.0 127.0 122.0 119.0 111.0 109.0 107.0 107.0 106.0 104.0 104.0 101.0 101.0 98.0 95.0

Career 10, 11, 12, 13 11, 12, 13, 14 14, 15 13, 14, 15 13, 14, 15 94, 95, 96, 97 10, 11, 12, 13 10, 11, 12, 13 08, 09 07, 08, 09 97, 98, 99, 00 89, 90, 91, 92 05, 06, 07, 08 04, 05, 06 00, 01, 02, 03 99, 00, 01, 02 00, 01, 02, 03

Career 89, 90, 91, 92 88, 89, 90, 91 95, 96, 97, 98 94, 95, 96, 97 10, 11, 12, 13 97, 98, 99, 00 10, 11, 12, 13 00, 01, 02, 03 09, 10, 11, 12 11, 12, 13, 14 99, 00, 01, 02 98, 99, 00, 01 89, 90, 91, 92,93 10, 11, 12, 13 00, 01, 02, 03

Former Wildcat Ashleigh Albecht is among the leaders on the UK all-time career records lists.

Director of Operations Bettie Lou Evans on the green at the Bettie Lou Invitational

Bold indicates current or former golfer in Borst era Bold italic indicates current golfer

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HONORS AND AWARDS All-Americans 1989 - Cindy Mueller 1988 - Kate Rogerson

Mid-Atlantic Coach of the Year 1990 - Bettie Lou Evans 1986 - Bettie Lou Evans

Preseason All-Americans 1991 - Tonya Gill 1990 - Tonya Gill

SEC Coach of the Year 1992 - Bettie Lou Evans

All-SEC 1995 - Tracy Hughes 1989 - Cindy Mueller 1988 - Kate Rogerson 1986 - Amy Read 1985 - Amy Read 1984 - Paula Davis 1983 - Nancy Scranton SEC All-Freshman Team 2014 - Haley Mills 2013 - Sarah Harris All-SEC Honorable Mention 2002 - Towa Okiyama 1999 - Jenny Dugan SEC Scholar Athlete of the Year 2009 - Mallory Blackwelder 2007 - Beth Felts Brad Davis SEC Community Service Leader of the Year 2013 - Megan Moir SEC Community Service Team 2015 - Sarah Harris 2014 - Megan Kinney 2013 - Megan Moir 2012 - Megan Moir 2011 - Megan Moir 2010 - Heather Lott 2009 - Erica Still 2007 - Katie Johnson 2006 - Katie Johnson 2005 - Stacy Springer SEC Golfer of the Week 2014 - Cylia Damerau (2/12/14) SEC Fresh. Golfer of the Week 2014 - Haley Mills (3/26/14) FIND A WAY

WGCA All-American Scholar Team 2015 - Cylia Damerau Sarah Harris 2014 - Sarah Harris Ale Walker 2013 - Sarah Harris Elisabeth Johnson 2012 - Betsie Johnson Megan Moir 2011 - Betsie Johnson Heather Lott Megan Moir 2010 - Heather Lott 2009 - Mallory Blackwelder 2008 - Mallory Blackwelder Beth Felts 2007 - Beth Felts Katie Johnson 2003 - Eva Gessner Stacy Springer 2002 - Towa Okiyama Eva Gessner Stacy Springer 1992 - Tonya Gill Lisa Weissmueller 1991 - Tonya Gill 1990 - Tonya Gill 1988 - Noelle Daghe SEC Academic Honor Roll 2015 - Cylia Damerau Sarah Harris Megan Kinney Ale Walker 2014 - Liz Breed Cylia Damerau Sarah Harris 2013 - Ashleigh Albrecht Liz Breed Betsie Johnson Heather Lott Megan Moir

2012 - Betsie Johnson Heather Lott Megan Moir Ashlee Rose 2011 - Betsie Johnson Louise Ljungstedt Heather Lott Laura McGehee Megan Moir 2010 - Louise Ljungstedt Laura McGehee Megan Moir Erica Still 2009 - Mallory Blackwelder Louise Ljungstedt 2008 - Mallory Blackwelder Beth Felts 2006 - Laura Clemmons Emily Culbertson Erin Faulkner Beth Felts Katie Johnson 2005 - Laura Clemmons Erin Faulkner Elizabeth Felts Chapin Hoskins Katie Johnson Stacy Springer 2004 - Eva Gessner Erin Faulkner Stacy Springer 2003 - Eva Gessner Rachel Lester Stacy Springer 2002 - Towa Okiyama Eva Gessner Stacy Springer 2001 - Towa Okiyama Jenny Throgmorton Kristen Pepe 2000 - Towa Okiyama Jenny Throgmorton Kristen Pepe 1999 - Chanda Day 1998 - Heather Kraus Julie Palmer 1997 - Lauri Berles Amiee Cantrell Heather Kraus Jill Smiley

1996 - Lauri Berles Amiee Cantrell Megan Hamilton Bretagne Hygelund Heather Kraus Kirsten Krogsrud Jill Smiley 1995 - Lauri Berles Amiee Cantrell Tracy Holmes Jill Smiley 1994 - Tracey Holmes Tracy Hughes Jill Smiley 1993 - Tracey Holmes Tracy Hughes Lisa Weissmueller 1992 - Tonya Gill Lisa Weissmueller Laurie Goodlett 1991 - Tonya Gill Lise Weissmueller 1990 - Dolores Nava Stephanie Landers Ann Kroot Laurie Goodlett Tonya Gill 1989 - Ann Kroot Margie Muzik Noelle Daghe Debbie Blank 1986 - Ann Brown Debbie Brown Noelle Daghe Nita Drinnon Karen Vandenberg Debbie Blank Ann Brown Nita Drinnon Karen Vandenberg SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll 2015 - Grace Rose 2014 - Megan Kinney Ale Walker 2013 - Cylia Damerau Sarah Harris Meghan McDougall 2011 - Liz Breed

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UK AT THE NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Appearances: Five • (1986, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1992) 1992 NCAA Championship The Karsten Golf Course Arizona State University Tempe, Ariz. • May 27-30, 1992 1. San Jose State........ 299-290-292-290—1171 2. Arizona.................. 300-291-292-292—1175 3. Georgia.................. 291-299-304-287—1181 4. Stanford................. 294-299-294-300—1187 5. UCLA...................... 305-297-297-294—1193 6. Texas...................... 303-294-301-300—1198 7. Oklahoma State..... 302-295-297-306—1200 8. North Carolina....... 308-294-299-302—1203 9. Arizona State......... 291-304-297-314—1206 10. Miami................... 311-303-302-304—1220 11. Furman................. 311-309-305-298—1223 12. Duke..................... 312-303-309-303—1227 13. Indiana.................. 307-310-310-302—1229 14. Florida State......... 313-314-306-303—1236 15. Southern Methodist ..316-301-305-317—1239 15. Southern California....312-316-298-313—1239 17. KENTUCKY........... 312-313-307-314—1246 Individuals (top six) 1. Vicki Goetze (Georgia)...... 69-74-72-65—280 2. A. Sorenstam (Arizona)..... 72-68-72-71—283 3. Audrey Wooding (Stanford)....69-74-73-73—289 4. Renee Heiken (Illinois)...... 74-75-69-74—292 4. T. Hanson (San Jose St.).... 75-73-73-71—292 4. Ninni Sterner (San Jose St.).....76-74-71-71—292 UK Scores Dolores Nava........................ 79-81-73-73—306 Tonya Gill.............................. 78-76-76-83—313 Laurie Goodlett.................... 79-76-81-77—313 Lisa Weissmueller................. 86-82-77-81—326 Tracey Holmes...................... 76-80-87-85—328 1991 NCAA Championship Columbus, Ohio • May 22-25, 1991 1. UCLA...................... 301-288-307-301—1197 1. San Jose State........ 300-291-307-299—1197 3. Arizona.................. 306-301-306-299—1212 4. South Florida......... 298-298-316-305—1217 5. Georgia.................. 306-301-303-312—1222 6. Stanford................. 312-305-302-305—1224 7. Texas...................... 312-304-309-307—1232 8. Lamar..................... 305-315-303-310—1233 9. Tulsa...................... 309-307-310-309—1235 10. KENTUCKY........... 312-304-313-308—1237 11. New Mexico St..... 310-317-308-305—1240 12. Southern Methodist...315-312-304-313—1244 13. Duke..................... 306-309-323-307—1245 14. Florida State......... 309-325-309-312—1255 15. Florida.................. 320-316-315-309—1260 16. Iowa...................... 320-318-325-313—1276 FIND A WAY

17. Texas Christian...... 328-314-319-317—1278 UK Scores Tonya Gill.............................. 74-73-79-75—301 Chris Miller........................... 79-74-78-76—307 Dolores Nava........................ 79-80-77-78—314 Lisa Weissmuller................... 80-77-80-79—316 Jayne Lohr............................ 80-81-79-79—319 1990 NCAA Championship Hilton Head, S.C. • May 23-26, 1990 1. Arizona State......... 301-303-298-304—1206 2. UCLA...................... 308-305-310-299—1222 3. Florida................... 311-310-305-297—1223 4. San Jose State........ 311-303-303-308—1225 5. Tulsa...................... 309-311-309-298—1227 5. Texas...................... 299-315-309-304—1227 7. Arizona.................. 308-303-298-319—1228 8. Auburn................... 306-307-318-298—1229 9. Stanford................. 311-312-302-314—1239 10. South Florida........ 314-311-314-308—1247 11. Indiana.................. 317-313-311-312—1253 12. Southern California....308-310-322-316—1256 13. KENTUCKY........... 334-305-308-314—1261 14. Kansas................... 323-324-310-313—1270 15. Furman................. 325-323-311-315—1274 16. Oklahoma State.... 319-316-318-324—1277 17. Georgia................. 330-323-319-312—1284 UK Scores Dolores Nava........................ 82-74-75-77—308 Margie Muzik-Curtis............. 85-73-76-77—311 Tonya Gill.............................. 88-76-79-78—321 Jayne Lohr............................ 81-84-78-82—325 Mandy Quattlebaum............ 86-82-85-86—339

UK Scores Jayne Lohr............................ 74-72-78-71—295 Kate Rogerson...................... 71-77-74-77—299 Margie Muzik....................... 75-77-77-76—305 Cindy Mueller....................... 80-75-76-74—305 Noelle Daghe........................ 77-76-78-78—309 1986 NCAA Championship Columbus, Ohio • May 26-31, 1986 1. Florida................... 297-293-295-295—1108 2. Miami.................... 294-296-300-298—1118 3. Southern California......305-291-307-299—1202 4. Arizona State......... 308-297-293-297—1205 5. KENTUCKY............. 307-303-299-297—1206 5. Tulsa...................... 306-300-300-300—1206 7. Southern Michigan......295-304-306-302—1207 8. San Jose State........ 301-302-304-308—1215 9. Louisiana State...... 300-303-306-308—1217 10. Oklahoma State.... 307-305-302-304—1218 11. Duke..................... 306-306-298-310—1220 12. Indiana.................. 316-304-302-301—1223 13. Georgia................. 306-301-306-304—1227 14. UCLA..................... 310-299-310-312—1231 15. Stanford................ 310-300-308-314—1232 16. Furman................. 310-301-309-315—1235 17. Florida Int’l........... 311-301-312-318—1242 UK Scores Kate Rogerson...................... 76-73-74-72—295 Amy Read............................. 79-76-73-73—301 Cathy Edelen......................... 76-76-75-79—306 Cindy Mueller....................... 77-80-77-75—309

1988 NCAA Championship Las Cruces, N.M. • May 25-28, 1988 1. Tulsa...................... 304-292-293-286—1175 2. Georgia.................. 302-296-295-289—1182 2. Arizona State......... 305-295-292-290—1182 4. Florida................... 308-293-296-287—1184 5. Duke...................... 301-296-299-290—1186 6. San Jose State........ 297-302-296-292—1187 7. Texas...................... 306-292-301-290—1189 8. Arizona.................. 306-293-301-291—1191 9. Miami.................... 309-296-301-292—1191 10. KENTUCKY........... 297-300-305-298—1200 10. New Mexico St..... 299-295-302-304—1200 12. Oklahoma State.... 291-301-307-306—1205 13. UCLA..................... 302-299-301-306—1208 14. New Mexico.......... 300-309-308-305—1222 15. U.S. International. 317-301-300-308—1226 16. Southern California....314-304-307-305—1230 17. Ohio State............. 311-305-316-303—1235 2015-16 KENTUCKY WOMEN’S GOLF FACT BOOK | 20


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS A Ashleigh Albrecht Marie Allen Kelly Anders

2010-13 2000 2000-03

B Donna Bender Lauri Berles Mallory Blackwelder Debbie Blank Liz Breed Jennifer Brenzel Ann Brown Lisa Brown

1983 1994-97 2007-09 1983-88 2011-14 1989 1984-87 1981-83

C Katie Campbell Amiee Cantrell Sherry Carpenter Laura Clemmons Emily Culbertson

1980 1993-97 1979-81 2003-06 2004-06

D Noelle Daghe 1985-88 Cylia Damerau 2012-Pres. Paula Davis 1981-84 Chandra Day 1998-99 Debby Derham 1979-82 Lisa Dine 1984 Katie Dixon 2003-05 Emily Dorning 1984 Elizabeth Dotson 2005-08 Nita Drinnon 1983-87 Jenny Dugan 1997-2000 Katie Dwyer 1993 E Dori Eastwood Cathy Edelen Julie Esselman F Erin Faulkner Beth Felts Liz Fry Jenny Fuson

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1984 1982-86 1988 2004-06 2005-08 1985-87 1988

G Maggie Gabelman Lauren George Eva Gessner Tonya Gill Shila Gilon Kim Goodin Laurie Goodlett Lisa Grissom

M 2003-04 2002-03 2001-04 1988-92 1998 1980 1988-93 1983

Jill Mattingly Jamie McIntruff Laura McGehee Chris Miller Haley Mills Megan Moir Cindy Mueller Marissa Muir Margie Muzik

Charlotte Svennevig 1984 1997-98 2008-11 1991 2014-15 2010-13 1986-89 2004-07 1987-90

H Pattie Haas 1986 Anna Hack 2015-Pres. Megan Hamilton 1994-96 Sarah Harris 2012-Pres. Tracy Holmes 1992-95 Chapin Hoskins 2003-06 Tracy Hughes 1991-95 Bretagne Hygelund 1996

N Dolores Maria Nava 1991-93 Kathryn Nelson 1989

J Isabelle Johannson 2015-Pres. Betsie Johnson 2009-13 Katie Johnson 2004-07 Jenny Jones 1983 Joni Jordan 1980-82

P

K Ali Kicklighter 2003-06 Dana Kidd 1994 Megan Kinney 2014-Pres. Dana Kirk 1992 Heather Kraus 1995-98 Kirsten Krogsrud 1993-96 Ann Kroot 1987-90 L Stephanie Landers Glynda Laster Paige Lausier Rachel Lester Louise Ljungstedt Jayne Lohr Heather Lott Meredith Loosse Katie Loy

1988-90 1982 2008 2000-03 2008-11 1988-91 2010-13 1990-92 1997-98

O Tennye Ohr Towa Okiyama Maria Olivero

Julie Palmer Kristen Pepe Amanda Presto

1980 1999-02 1994-95

1999

T Jenny Throgmorton 1998-01 Lea Anne Toftness 1979-81 Frances Tuttle 1980 Angie Tyler 1997 V Karen Vanden Berg 1984-87 Lee Vandiver 1989 Kristin Vincent 2007-10 W Ale Walker 2015-Pres. Lisa Weissmueller 1990-93 Z Julie Zembrodt

1980-83

1996-98 1999-02 1981-83

Q Mandy Quattlebaum 1989-91 R Amy Read Leslie Ritter Kate Rogerson Ashlee Rose Grace Rose Joyce Roser Anne Rush S Laura Sadd Jane Schumacher Nancy Scranton Alanna Silvertrust Jill Smiley Stacy Springer Robin Stewart Erica Still Sandy Sutton

1983-86 1981-84 1985-88 2009-12 2015-Pres. 1979-82 1979-82

1980-83 1980 1982-84 2004-05 1993-97 2002-05 1984 2007-10 1981

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