2008-09: Ranked fourth in the country in three putt holes (.70) and 11th in average putts (30.47)...Was named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for the third consecutive season...Posted the fourth-best stroke average (76.47) on the team while competing in 30 rounds...Finished in the Lady Vol top four in eight of 10 tournaments...Opened the season as UT's No. 2 golfer after carding a 227 (+11) to tie for 47th at Cougar Classic...Led the Lady Vols with a 23rd-place finish at the Mason Rudolph Championship, where she fired a season-best 221 (+5)...Recorded season-best round of 71 (-1) during second round of Mason Rudolph...Led UT at the NGCA Hooter Match Play event with a 2-0-1 record...Helped lead the Lady Vols to a second-place finish at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic by posting a season-best finish of t12th and registered a 227 (+11) total...Finished t50th at the Wildcat Invitational with a 17-over 233...Tied for 26th after shooting a 224 (+11) at SEC Championship...Registered same score (224) at NCAA East Regional, but was 14-over on the par-70 course en route to tying for 46th...Made her second NCAA Championships appearance, finishing 102nd with rounds of 78-81-81-78=318 (+30) at the challenging Caves Valley Golf Club in Owings Mills, Md....Placed fourth among Lady Vols at all three postseason tournaments.
2007-08: Was the only Lady Vol to compete in all 30 rounds...Contributed to team score in every tournament and made the Southeastern Conference Spring Academic Honor Roll...Led Orange and White at Lady Tar Heel Invitational and Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championships in successive weekends, tying for fifth place at both tournaments...Her three-under 69 during the second round of the Lady Tar Heel was a career best...Fired rounds of 71-73-70=214 (+1) at the Mercedes-Benz for a career-best total...Finished even (216) at Lady Tar Heel for best score in relation to par of the season...Her performance at the Lady Tar Heel also led the Lady Vols to a runner-up finish...Shot a 224 (+8) to open season with a 35th-place finish at Cougar Classic...Was second-best Lady Vol at SEC Championships, shooting 236 to tie for 33rd...Carded a nine-over 225 at both the Las Vegas Showdown and Lady Puerto Rico Classic, placing t35th and t31st, respectively...Shot a 224 to finish t52nd at UCF Challenge...Finished t43rd at Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic with a 236 and was t37th at Bryan National Collegiate with a 234...Capped season with rounds of 74-80-79=233 to finish t61st at the NCAA East Regional.
2006-07: Named a National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) Academic All-American and was a member of the Southeastern Conference Freshman Academic Honor Roll...Made her Lady Vol debut as an individual by shooting a two-over-par 74 in the first round of the Cougar Classic en route to a 39th-place result...Her best finish of the season came at the most opportune time, a 21st-place showing at the Mercedes-Benz Championships, where her 12-over-par 225 helped Tennessee to its only tournament title of the year...Her best 18 holes of the season came in the second round of the Mercedes-Benz, where she fired a one-over-par 72...Finished in a tie for 56th at the SEC Championships...Had the best opening round of her collegiate career at the NCAA Central Region Championships with a 73...Finished in a tie for 46th after counting toward the team total in all three rounds in Ann Arbor, Mich....Recorded the third-lowest score on the team at the NCAA Championships with a 311 to tie for 72nd...Ended her freshman campaign with a 77.6 stroke average.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played Junior Golf for Valle Alto A.C.
AMATEUR: Joined the Mexican Junior Golf Association at age six and the Mexican National Team in 2005...Made it to the match play portion of the 2009 Ladies British Amateur Championships as the No. 54 Seed before bowing out of the tournament in Harlech, Wales, in the first round...Competed for Team Mexico at the 2008 Women's World Amateur Team Championship in Adelaide, Australia, last October, placing 101st...Advanced to the quarterfinals of the Women's TRANS Amateur Championship in Dallas, Texas, in the summer of 2008...Led the national team to victory at the World University Games in Bangkok, Thailand, in summer 2007...Took the silver medal in the individual race by shooting a 296 (76-75-74-71)...Placed first on the Mexican Junior Tour four out of five years, taking runner-up honors in 2004...Won the Mexican Junior Masters in 2001...Finished 12th in the Junior World Championship at age 15...Received top honors in the 2004 Mexican Amateur, tying for the youngest player to win at age 17...Claimed the Mexican National Championship twelve times in her lifetime, most recently in 2001 and 2003, and finished second in 2002...Placed second in the 2005 Mexican Amateur...Participated in four Texas Junior Golf Tour tournaments from 2001-05, placing in the top-seven each time...Situated herself in the top five in five Junior National Interzones, winning the competition once in each of the 14-15 and 16-18 divisions.
|Rounds of Par or Under||Six|
|Low Round||69; 2007 Lady Tar Heel|
|Low Tournament (54 holes)||214; 2007 Mercedes-Benz|
|Best Finish||t5th; (twice)|
|NGCA Match Play||t59th||78-76=154|
|Lady Puerto Rico||t12th||76-78-73=227|
|Bryan National Collegiate||t72nd||83-76-79=238|
|NCAA East Regional||t46th||77-75-72=224|
|Low Round - 71 (Mason Rudolph)|
|Low Total - 221 (Mason Rudolph)|
|Lady Tar Heel||t5th||74-69-73=216|
|Las Vegas Showdown||t35th||72-76-77=225|
|Lady Puerto Rico||t31st||73-76-76=225|
|NCAA East Regional||t61st||74-80-79=233|
|Low Round - 69 (Lady Tar Heel)|
|Low Total - 214 (Mercedes-Benz)|
|Lady Tar Heel||t37th||79-79-74=232|
|SunTrust Lady Gator||t33rd||77-76-75=228|
|NCAA C. Regional||t46th||73-75-81=229|
|Low Round - 72 (Mercedes-Benz)|
|Low Total - 225 (Mercedes-Benz)|