|Year||Trns.||Rds.||Strokes||Avg.||Low||High||Par or Better||T10||T25|
|Cardinal Fall Kickoff||76-73--149||T5|
|Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championships||69-70-74--213||T5|
|Ruth's Chris Tar Heel Invitational||76-75-75-226||T39|
|Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown||69-73-71--213||T37|
|GolfWeek Conference Challenge||74-74-73--221||11t|
|Westbrook Spring Invite||71-71-73--214||7t|
|Darius Rucker Intercollegiate||78-74-71--223||23t|
|SDSU Farms Invite||4-0||-|
|NCAA San Antonio Regional||69-72-71--212||6t|
|Lady Puerto Rico Classic||74-70-78--222||20t|
|Darius Rucker Intercollegiate||74-75-75--224||31t|
|Bryan National Collegiate||77-81-83--241||83t|
|NCAA West Regional||81-80-80--241||94t|
Awards & Honors
- Named SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year and All-SEC Second Team.
- Concluded the fall season with a three-under par 213 performance at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown (Oct. 25-Oct. 27).
- Shot 226 and tied for 39th place at the Ruth's Chris Tar Heel Invitational (Oct. 9-Oct. 11).
- Carded rounds of 75-73-77 at the Annika Intercollegiate on Sept. 27 through Sept. 29.
- Finished in a tie for fifth place after shooting 213 at the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championships (Sept. 21-Sept. 22).
- Tied for fifth place at the Cardinal Fall Kickoff with a tournament total of 145 (Sept. 8).
- Finished in a 49th-place tie at the NCAA Championships, posting rounds of 80, 77, 79 and 74.
- Posted a career low effort at the NCAA San Antonio Regional with a total of 212, which included a career low round of 69.
- Carded a total of 214 to match her career low after 54 holes at the SEC Championship. Shot under par in two rounds and had the best finish for UT.
- Shot under par all three rounds of the Rebel Intercollegiate for her best finish of the season in a tie for third place.
- Won all four of her matches at the SDSU Farms Invite.
- Placed in seventh-place at the Westbrook Spring Invite where the team won its first tournament of the season.
- Finished in a tie for 11th place in Wolcott, Colo. after a 22nd-place finish at the Cougar Classic.
- Competed in the Women's World Amateur Championships for Guatemala in Japan prior to the fall season, finished first in her group.
- Over the winter break, won two international tournament championships (Bolivarian Games in Peru/Central American Open).
- Had her first Top-25 finish at the Mercedes-Benz Championship in Knoxville, Tenn., where she shot a two round total of 146 (+4).
- Played in her first collegiate tournament at the Cougar Classic, finishing T-59th.
Prior to Tennessee
- Qualified for the 2013 US Women's Amateur Championship
- 2010 and 202 World Amateur Team Championships
- Born July 14, 1995 in Guatemala City, Guatemala
- Parents: Claudia and Marco Ricardo Polo
- Major: Management
- Biggest Influence: "My biggest influence in golf and in life has been my grandfather Hilario Polo. He was a professional golfer from Guatemala. He is remembered for his great attitude and determination as well as for his great game."
- Interesting Facts: Holds the course single round record of 67 at the San Isidro Country Club in Guatemala. She also has five Chihuahuas.
- Favorite Vacation Spot: Huatulco, Mexico
- Why she chose Tennessee: "I chose Tennessee because I liked the campus and the golf program. I also liked the coach and the fact that she was willing to help me. Tennessee offered me the best opportunity to grow and help me to accomplish my future goals."
- Favorite Movie: The Greatest Game Ever Played
- Favorite Athlete: Rafael Nadal
- Recipient of the Betty Probasco Scholarship Endowment