2012-13 Steadying force in the lineup...Played in all 11 tournaments...Ranked third on the team in scoring with an average of 75.47...Career scoring average of 75.48 currently ranks fourth all-time at South Carolina...Tied for the team lead with three top-20 finishes...Recorded back-to-back top-20 finishes with a tie for 15th finish at the weather-shortened Landfall Tradition with a total of 73 (+1) and a tie for 12th showing at the UCF Challenge with a career-best total of 218 (+2)...Matched career low with a first-round 68 at he UCF Challenge...Delivered career-best finish at the SEC Championship, tying for third place with rounds of 74-76-76=226 (+10) to lead the Gamecocks to a third-place finish...Tied for 39th at the NCAA West Regional with rounds of 72-78-73=223 (+10) to help South Carolina finish fourth and secure the program's fourth-straight NCAA Championship berth...Finished tied for 48th at the NCAA Championship with rounds of 77-77-73-73=300 (+12)...Made it to the match-play quarterfinals of the Ladies' British Open Amateur Championship in June.
2011-12 Named to SEC All-Freshman Team...Competed in eight of 11 tournaments...Came on strong in the spring with three top-20 finishes...Produced a tie for 19th finish at the NCAA East Regional with rounds of 70-73-78=221, helping lead the Gamecocks to their second East Regional title in three years...Third on the team with a 75.50 stroke average, which ranks third all-time at South Carolina for a freshman...Best finish of the season was a tie for 12th showing at the SEC Championship with rounds of 77-75-78=230 (+14)...Fired a second-round 68 at the Tar Heel Invitational, which is the lowest round ever by a freshman at South Carolina...Tied for 77th at the NCAA Championship with rounds of 77-77-75-75=304.
Prior to South Carolina Graduated from Lycée Audiberti in 2010...Has compiled an impressive playing resume in Europe...Ranked the No. 9 golfer in France...After picking up the game in 2002, she was the runner-up at the 2006 French Youth Championship...Earned first tournament victory in 2008 at the Grand Prix de Cap d'Agde, then later that year finished in the top 15 at the Internationaux Juniors Filles and was the top French player in the field...Won the Ladies French International in 2009 and the Ladies Italian International in 2011...Finished in the top 10 in the Ladies European Championship in 2011...Member of the French National Team...Has competed for her country at both the European Girls' Team Championship and European Women's Team Championships.
Personal Full name is Justine Anne-Marguerite Dreher...Born June 29, 1992...Parents are Freddy and Patricia Dreher...Majoring in sport and entertainment management.