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Amy Lee
 

Amy  Lee

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Orange County, Calif.

High School:
Brea Olinda HS

Last College:
USC

Height:
5-7

Experience:
1L

05/21/2018

Women’s Golf Finishes Tied for Eighth at NCAA Championship

Bears fell on second playoff hole to decide final team to advance to match play

05/20/2018

Women's Golf Jumps to 10th Place at NCAA Championship

Bears posted second-best third round score in 24-team field

05/19/2018

Women’s Golf Climbs to 16th Place at NCAA Championship

Bears shot eighth-best score out of 24 teams in second round

05/19/2018

Women’s Golf in 21st Place at NCAA Championship

Amy Lee led team with 4-over 76, including one of seven eagles on Friday

05/17/2018

Women's Golf Heads to 2018 NCAA Championship

Bears are making third NCAA Championship appearance in last four seasons

All-American senior in second year at Baylor ... Selected to 2017 WGCA All-America second team, becoming fourth All-American in Baylor program history ... Named 2017 Big 12 Player of the Year and won two medalist honors in debut season at BU ... Broke BU single-season record with 72.17 stroke average across 35 rounds in 2016-17 ... Enters senior season with 74 career rounds played across 25 tournaments ... Has shot par or better in 30 of 74 collegiate rounds ... Placed top-25 in 19 of 25 tournaments, including 13 top-10 finishes and seven top-5 finishes ... Played first two collegiate seasons at USC after graduating from high school a semester early in December 2014 ... Helped USC to semifinal match at 2015 NCAA Championship in debut season ... Went 4-1 in match play events as freshman, including win over Stanford No. 1 Mariah Stackhouse in National Championship semifinal match.

2016-17 (JUNIOR; BAYLOR)
Earned WGCA All-America second team honors after breaking school record with 72.17 stroke average across 35 rounds ... Made Baylor debut playing as individual, then played in No. 1 or No. 2 spot in lineup in next 12 tournaments ... Shot 18 of 35 rounds at par or better and counted all 32 rounds toward team score when in Baylor lineup ... Recorded team-highs with four top-five finishes, eight top-10 finishes and 12 top-25 finishes ... Won two medalist honors and was victories in lone round of match play ... Began Baylor career playing as individual at Dick McGuire Invitational, shot 6-under 210 to finish ninth in 93-player field ... Moved into No. 1 spot in BU lineup for Mason Rudolph Championship, shot 5-over 221 to tie for 23rd place ... Played No. 2 at Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational, tied for fifth place at 2-under 214, beginning streak of four consecutive top-five finishes ... Returned to No. 1 spot and helped team claim tournament title and won career-first medalist honor, placing first in 105-player field at Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown with 9-under 135 ... Remained No. 1 and tied for third place in 75-player field with 2-over 74 at Trinity Forest Invitational ... Played in No. 2 spot and tied for first place in 80-player field at Lady Puerto Rico Classic with 1-under 215 ... Remained No. 2 and tied for 17th place with 7-over 220 at Darius Rucker Intercollegiate ... Played No. 2 in head-to-head matchup against New Mexico, tied for second place out of 15 players with 3-under 141 ... Remained No. 2 for a fourth consecutive tournament at Bryan National Collegiate, tied for sixth out of 96 players with 5-under 211 ... Climbed back into No. 1 spot for three of final four tournaments of season. Played No. 1 at Ping/ASU Invitational, tied for 11th place at 1-under 215 ... Started at No. 2 in Big 12 Championship and tied for 31st place at 15-over 231 ... Returned to top spot for NCAA Athens Regional, tied for 15th place out of 96 players with 2-over 218, helping team to fourth place finish to earn NCAA Championship berth ... Played No. 1 and shot 5-over 221 to finish seventh in 132-player field in stroke play portion of NCAA Championship ... Seventh place finish was second-best individual result at NCAA Championship in program history .. Helped team to seventh place out of 24 teams in stroke play, earning one of eight spots in match play ... Won 6-and-5 against Stanford's Madeline Chou in NCAA Championship quarterfinal match, but Bears fell 3-2 to finish tied for fifth place.

2015-16 (SOPHOMORE; USC)
Played in five stroke play tournaments and two match play events, recording 74.08 stroke average across 13 rounds ... Appeared in USC lineup in two stroke play tournaments and two match play events, also played nine rounds over three tournaments as an individual ... Tied for 28th place as individual, shooting 1-over 217 in Windy City Collegiate ... Claimed medalist honors while playing as individual in Matador Invitational, carding 16-over 232 to win tournament by one stroke ... Finished in second place with 3-under 213 while playing as individual in The Gold Rush ... Returned to USC lineup and tied for 62nd place at 16-over 229 in Darius Rucker Invitational ... Helped USC to championship at SDSU's March Mayhem at the Farms match play event ... Won first-round match over UC Irvine's Kelsey Kawaguchi, 7-and-6 ... Dropped quarterfinal match to Oregon's Cathleen Santoso, 1-up ... Rebounded to win semifinal match over Stanford's Quirine Eijkenboom, 1-up ... Defeated Arizona's Jessica Vasilic in finals match, 1-up ... Remained in lineup for Liz Murphey Invitational, which featured one round of stroke play to seed for match play ... Placed 11th with even-par 72 in stroke play, but dropped all three matches ... Fell to Northwestern's Suchaya Tangkamolprasert, 2-and-1, lost to UCLA's Hadas Libman, 5-and-4, and dropped third-place match against Georgia's Harang Lee, 1-up ... Signed to transfer to Baylor in April 2016.

2014-15 (FRESHMAN; USC)
Graduated from high school a semester early and enrolled at USC in January of 2015 ... Started immediately and finished sixth on the squad in stroke average (74.62) in 26 rounds over nine stroke play tournaments ... Helped USC advance to semifinal match at NCAA Championships ... Recorded three top-10 finishes, led by a third place finish in collegiate debut at Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge at 2-under 211 ... Tied for 10th place at UC Irvine Invitational with 1-over 217 ... Finished tied for 47th place with 15-over 228 at Darius Rucker Intercollegiate ... Took seventh place with 5-under 211 at Arizona Wildcat Invitational ... Shot 10-over 82 in stroke play round at Liz Murphey Invitational, tied for 40th place ... Rebounded to win all three matches and help USC to tournament title ... Defeated UCLA's Bronte Law in quarterfinal match, 5-and-4 ... Won semifinal match over Duke' Gurbani Singh, 4-and-3 ... Knocked off Georgia's Rocio Sanchez Lobato, 6-and-4, in championship match ... Shot 7-over 223 to tie for 45th place at Ping/ASU Invitational ... Tied for 18th place by shooting 5-over 218 at Pac-12 Championships ... Tied for 68th place at NCAA St. George (Utah) Regional, carding 22-over 235 ... Shot 27-over 315 across four rounds to tie for 62nd place in stroke play portion of NCAA Championships, helping USC advance to match play ... Dropped quarterfinal match to Washington's Cyd Okino, 5-and-4 ... Rebounded to win semifinal match against Stanford's No. 1 Mariah Stackhouse, 6-and-4.

HIGH SCHOOL
Graduated from Brea Olinda High in Brea, Calif., a semester early to enroll at USC ... Fifth-ranked player in 2015 class, according to the Junior Golf Scoreboard ... Represented `West' team in Wyndham Cup in 2012, 2013 and 2014 ... Played for United States in 2013 Jr. Solheim Cup and helped America win 2014 Jr. Ryder Cup ... Named to 2013 AJGA All-America first team while earning second team honors in 2011, 2012 and 2014 ... Won 2013 PGA Junior Championship ... Runner-up at 2014 AJGA Girls Junior Championship ... Played on 2014 U.S. World Cup team and reached round of 32 at 2014 U.S. Women's Amateur.

PERSONAL
Daughter of Tae Hee and Soo Jung Lee.

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