- 2011 All-SEC Freshman Team
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Played in 10 tournaments, including three as an individual... Finished the season with a 75.13 scoring average... Career scoring average of 75.50 ties for sixth lowest in program history... Best finish of the season was a tie for 19th showing at the Cougar Classic with rounds of 73-77-68=218 (+2)... Finished tied for 65th at the NCAA East Regional with rounds of 72-78-74=224 (+8)... Competed in her fourth consecutive NCAA Championship and recorded her best finish with a tie for 67th showing with rounds of 75-78-71-71=295 (+15)
One of the Gamecocks' top golfers...Played in all 11 tournaments...Ranked second on the team in scoring with an average of 75.42...Career scoring average of 75.64 currently ranks fifth all-time at South Carolina...Recorded two top-20 finishes...Tied for 17th in a loaded field at the Darius Rucker Intercollegiate with rounds of 75-75-73=223 (+10)...Helped lead the Gamecocks to a third-place finish at the SEC Championship with a tie for 28th showing, shooting rounds of 78-76-79=233 (+17)...Led the team to a fourth-place finish at the NCAA West Regional, finishing tied for 14th with rounds of 73-71-73=217 (+4)...Finished tied for 68th at the NCAA Championship with rounds of 74-78-75-77=304 (+16) to help lead South Carolina to a 20th-place finish.
Played in six of 11 tournaments...Missed most of the spring recovering from a surgery...Posted a stroke average of 76.39...Fired a career low 68 in the final round of the NCAA East Regional to record season-best finish of a tie for 41st, helping the Gamecocks claim their second East Regional title in three years...Score of 68 is also tied for third lowest round by a sophomore in Carolina history...Tied for 84th at the NCAA Championship with rounds of 79-70-81-75=305.
Named to SEC All-Freshman Team...Competed in nine of 11 tournaments as a freshman... Had three top-20 finishes and one top-10... Top Gamecock finisher in three events... Finished freshman season with 75.39 scoring average, which ranks second in school history among freshmen in a single season... Posted her best round as a Gamecock in the final round of the NCAA Championship, a 1-under-par 71 to finish tied for 80th place at 78-83-76-71=308... Despite opening-round 77, was stellar in her last two rounds at NCAA West Regional, shooting 77-72-73=222 (+6) to tie for 15th...Had her best finish of the year at the SEC Championship, posting a consistent score of 73-73-73=219 (+3) to tie for ninth place...It was her first career top-10 finish as a Gamecock...Opened the fall and her collegiate career in strong fashion with a tie for 17th at the Cougar Classic...Shot three straight rounds of even-par 72 at the Tar Heel Invitational to tie for 24th in a loaded field...Her 54-hole score of 216 was a collegiate-best... Missed first two tournaments of spring season with wrist injury... Medalist at U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links qualfiier; will compete at USWAPL for second straight year.
Prior to South Carolina
Ranked No. 21 girls' golfer in the class of 2010, according to Golfweek...Competed for Commack High School, where she was the team MVP for three years... Named all-state and all-county all four years... Was New York girls' state champion in 2008...Helped her team to the state title in 2008 and 2009...Won two AJGA events in 2009 in Kingsmill, Va., and Nemacolin Resort, Pa....Was a 2009 AJGA Rolex All-American...2009 Future Collegians World Tour First-Team All-American...Had five top-5 finishes, including a third-place showing at Furman University...Won four times on the FCWT and three more on the IJGT...Advanced to the round of 16 in match play at the 2009 U.S. Girls Junior Amateur Championship and tied for 17th place in 2007.
Born June 28, 1992, in Seoul, South Korea...Moved to the United States when she was three months old...Parents are Sejeh and Jean Lee...Has not declared a major...Chose South Carolina because she felt it was the best place to accomplish her golf goals while obtaining a quality education, and the golf course, facilities and weather were also major factors.
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