Ranked No. 11 in Golfweek's Preseason Top 30 player list
Carded highest NCAA Championship finish by a Volunteer with a 4th place finish in 2016.
2016 WGCA First Team All-American
2016 WGCA Academic All-American
2016 Golfweek Second Team All-American
2016 All-SEC First Team selection
Broke two NCAA records at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown--54-hole record for total strokes and relation to par--with an 18-under 198.
Earned 2015 WGCA All-American Honorable Mention.
2015 WGCA Academic All-American
Named to the 2015 All-SEC Second Team and All-SEC Freshman Team
Posted her second score this season in the 60s during the first round of the Maryb S. Kauth Invite.
Placed 21st at the Ruth's Chris Tar Heel Invite with a 54-hole score of 219.
Recorded her first top-five finish of the season at the Golfweek Conference Challenge in Vail, Colo., after posting 214 (-2).
Carded her first sub-70 round of the season (69) during the first round of the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championship on Sept. 12.
Posted a program-best finish at the NCAA Championship in Eugene, Ore., tying for fourth place with a six-under 282 (May 20-23).
Carded 229 at the NCAA Shoal Creek Regional on May 5-7 to tie for 20th place and help Tennessee advance to the NCAA Championship Tournament.
Shot a team-best 229 to tie for 13th place at the SEC Championship in Birmingham, Ala. (April 15-17).
Finished the regular season with three rounds of par or better at the Clemson Invitational in Sunset, SC (April 1-3).
Rounded out the top 25 standings at the LSU Tiger Golf Classic, posting a total of 231 (March 20-22).
Recorded two rounds of 73 and a round of 74 to tie for 17th place in the Darius Rucker Intercollegiate (March 4-6).
Carded 222 over 54-holes to tie for 13th place in the Florida State Match-Up (Feb. 12-14).
In the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown, the last tournament of the fall season, Newell medaled (Oct. 25-Oct. 27).She posted 68 in the first round and a new career low 65 in the second and third rounds. Her 18-under 198 broke two NCAA records (54-hole record for total strokes and relation to par).
Finished the Ruth's Chris Tar Heel Invitational (Oct. 9-Oct. 11) tied for 18th place with a total score of 222.
Posted a 69 and twin scores of 70 at the Annika Intercollegiate tournament on Sept. 27-Sept. 29.
Tied her freshman year low of 67 in the first round of the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championships on Sept. 21.
Placed third at the Cardinal Fall Kick off after shooting a two-round total of 145 (Sept. 8).
Finished in a 34th-place tie at the NCAA Championships after four rounds. Lowest score came in the third round with a 74.
Carded a top-25 performance at the NCAA San Antonio Regional with a total of 214, including a low round of 68.
Carded her fourth top-10 finish at the SEC Championship with a total of 216.
Finished in an 11th place tie after shooting rounds of 75, 70 and 73 at the Rebel Intercollegiate.
Won each of her matches at the SDSU Farms Invite.
Finished in a tie for 16th place to lead the Vols to a fourth place finish at the Darius Rucker Intercollegiate.
Earned SEC Freshman of the Week honors after her performance at the Westbrook Spring Invite.
Recorded a second-place (tie) finish at the Westbrook Spring Invite, shooting three-under 213. She shot at or under par all three rounds.
Shot a career low round of 67 in Wolcott, Colo. Finished in a second-place tie with sister, AJ.
Earned a career low round at the Cougar Classic in the same round as sister AJ Newell.
Prior to Tennessee
Won four events, three on the Florida Junior Tour, and finished runner-up twice
Competed on two AJGA Wyndham Cup teams
Won the AJGA event at Innisbrook
Newell was homeschooled
Born August 2, 1996 in Tampa, Fla.
Parents: Jon and Robin Newell
Major: Recreation and Sport Management
Why she chose Tennessee: "Both my parents attended the University of Tennessee and since I was a child I wanted to carry on the tradition."
Interesting Facts: She loves roller coasters and her favorite holiday is Halloween.
Superstitions: She must wear different color socks but in the same pattern
Recipient of the Betty Probasco Scholarship Endowment