2009-10 Posted 10th-best scoring season in Gamecock women's history at 74.85...Played in every event for South Carolina...Tied for 54th at NCAA Championship, improving by 21 shots over her 2008 NCAA performance...Posted career-best score in final round of SEC Championship with a 67 (-4); finished in a tie for 21st...Score of 67 tied for second-best 18-hole round in school history...Earned her third top-20 finish as a Gamecock with a 13th-place tie in the NCAA East Regional, shooting 72-71-74=217 (+1) to lead South Carolina to the team title...Had her best career tournament with a fifth-place showing at the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate, shooting 73-73-71=217 (+1) to lead the Gamecocks to a third-place finish, their best in five years (at that time)...Tied for eighth place at season-opening NGCA Match Play...Second on the team with 10 rounds of par or better...Career scoring average of 76.39 (in two years at South Carolina) ranks sixth all-time...Won Carolinas Golf Assocation Women's Amateur Championship at Furman Golf Club.
2008-09 Played in eight of 10 events for the Gamecocks...posted a 78.58 average in her 24 rounds of play...best finish was a tie for 32nd at the SEC Championship...also had her best 18-hole round at the conference tournament, a first-round 73 (+2)...had a steady tournament at the NCAA East Regional, finishing tied for 58th with a 75-76-76=227 (+17)....qualified for the U.S. Women's Amateur.
2007-08 (At Furman)
Qualified for all 11 events and posted a 78.21 average over 34 rounds ... led the team with a 10th-place showing at the NCAA East Regional after carding a career-low 69 in the first round ... took 10th place at the Southern Conference Championship, her second top-10 finish at the event in as many seasons ... earned 23rd place at the Canes & Cardinal Classic, rebounding from a first-round 79 to shoot 72 and 73 over the final two days.
2006-07 (At Furman)
Played in eight of the team's 10 events, recording a 78.00 average ... capped her freshman season in good form, carding a 224 (75-74-75) at the NCAA East Regional ... finished a season-best seventh at the Southern Conference Championship, three shots behind the individual medalist ... tied for team-best honors in 45th place at the Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic ... shot 223 at the Cougar Classic, which would be her low tournament of the season.
Prior to College
Helped The O'Neal School boys' golf team to two state championships and three conference titles ... named 2004 AJGA HP Scholastic Junior All-American ... earned Rolex Junior All-American Honorable Mention status in 2004 and 2005 ... picked up tournament titles at the North-South Junior Classic and N.C. Big I State Championship in 2004 and the AJGA Golf Pride Junior Classic and Carolina's Junior Girls Championship in 2005 ... also played tennis, winning three singles and three doubles conference titles along with two doubles and one singles state championships.