- 2008 SEC Spring Sports Academic Honor Roll
- 2007 SEC Spring Sports Academic Honor Roll
- 2005 Atlantic Sun Conference Freshman of the Year
|Mori's Career Bests
|Top 10 finishes
|Top 20 finishes
Closed her career ranked sixth in school history with a 77.08 career average in her three seasons as a Gamecock ... played in nine of the team's 11 tournaments her senior year and was second on the club with a 77.07 average ... was the team's top finisher at the NCAA Championship, carding a final-round 74 to finish in 41st place ... shot a season-best 225 at the NCAA East Regional to claim 24th place, her top finish of the season ... closed the SEC Championship with a 75 to move into 36th place ... wrapped up the Lady Puerto Rico Classic with a 73 to collect 44th place ... finished 25th at the UA-Ann Rhoads Intercollegiate after carding a season-best 72 in the final round ... was third on the team at the Lady Tar Heel Invitational in 39th place ... was a member of the SEC Spring Sports Academic Honor Roll.
Ranked third on the team with a 76.67 average ... ranked 42nd in the nation in fairways hit, connecting 82.0 percent of the time, and 40th in sand-save percentage at .404 ... carded a career-low 218 at the NCAA East Regional ... shot a career-best 70 in the second round of the SEC Championship and finished tied for 18th ... Tied for 12th at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic, her best finish of the season ... member of the SEC Spring Sports Academic Honor Roll.
Compiled a 77.72 average in six tournaments ... finished a season-best 28th at the Auburn Derby Invitational ... opened her Carolina career with a 227 at the Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire Intercollegiate, which proved to be her best tournament score of the season ... tied for 38th at the event after a final-round 71, which matched her career low.
2004-05 (At Campbell University)
Named 2004-05 Atlantic Sun Conference Freshman of the Year after posting a 75.57 average with five top-five finishes ... shot 229 to finish fifth at the 2005 Atlantic Sun Championship en route to earning her school's nomination for Atlantic Sun Female Athlete of the Year ... finished a career-best second at the Samford Intercollegiate ... carded a season-low 71 on the final day of the Edwin Watts Palmetto Intercollegiate, then matched that figure with a 71 in the first round of the Samford Intercollegiate.
Prior to College
Was the No. 1 ranked junior in her native Chile and was the 2003 National Amateur Champion ... played for Chile on both the adult and junior levels, including the 2001 South American Junior, where she helped her team to the championship ... has participated in the World Amateur Championship and the Junior World Championships four times and finished among the top 20 in each of the last two World Juniors.
|Mori's Career Stats
|* 2004-05 season played at Campbell University