Kim, Lee and Tan earn top-25 finishes
Dylan Kim and Amy Lee among top 10 individuals
Four BU players shot below par in Friday’s first round
BU finished in third place in last week’s 18-team Bryan National Collegiate
Overnight rain forced cancellation of final round
Played in Baylor lineup for all 10 tournaments during sophomore season ... Posted team’s third-best stroke average at 75.41 over 27 rounds ... Earned three top-25 finishes and played three rounds at par or better ... Began season playing No. 1 at Mason Rudolph Champions, tied for 43rd place at 6-over 222 ... Moved to No. 4 spot in lineup for Tar Heel Invitational, tied for 47th place at 11-over 227 ... Played in No. 2 slot and tied for 59th place with 14-over 230 at Alamo Invitational ... Played No. 4 in inaugural East Lake Cup ... Lost semifinal match to USC’s Kyung Kim, 6 & 4 ... Dropped third-place match to Stanford’s Casey Danielson, 3 & 2 ... Began spring season playing No. 2 at Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge, tied for 65th place at 23-over 236 ... Played No. 3 in four of final five events, beginning with tie for 55th place with 11-over 224 at Hurricane Invitational ... Played No. 2 at Wildcat Invitational and tied for 25th place at 6-over 222 ... Tied for 24th place at Dallas Athletic Club Invitational with 10-over 226 ... Tied for 60th place with 15-over 231 at Ping ASU Invitational ... Recorded season-best 15th-place finish with 2-over 218 at Big 12 Championship, including second-round of 1-under 71 ... Earned Academic All-Big 12 First Team honors and was named to Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Baylor Dean’s List in both semesters.
Played in Baylor lineup for all 13 tournaments during 2014-15 freshman season, posting 74.81 stroke average over 37 rounds played ... Stroke average was 14th-best single-season mark in program history, and 37 rounds tied for most in a season at Baylor ... Counted 85 percent of rounds toward team score (31.5-of-37) ... Shot eight rounds at par or better and posted nine top-30 finishes ... Went 2-3-1 in match play, with both wins coming at NCAA Championship ... Made collegiate debut playing in No. 4 spot at Cougar Classic, tied for 71st place at 12-over 228 ... Remained No. 4 at Schooner Fall Classic, shot 2-over 212, including career-best 4-under 66 in final round to tie for 24th place ... Final-round 66 was one back of school record and tied for eighth-best round in program history ... Moved up to No. 2 spot for Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational, shot 14-over 230 to tie for 27th place ... Played No. 3 at Alamo Invitational, tied for 21st at even-par 216, including final round 3-under 69 ... Began spring season playing No. 4 at Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge, helped team to tournament title by tying for 29th place at 11-over 224 ... Moved up to No. 2 spot in lineup for Bruin-Wave Invitational, carded 15-over 231 to finish tied for 30th ... Played No. 4 at Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational, tied for 29th at 14-over 230 ... Remained No. 4 at Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic, tied for 30th in stroke play at 8-over 80 ... Lost matches against Duke’s Gubani Singh and South Carolina’s Jia Xin Yang, halved match against UCLA’s Louise Ridderstrom ... Played No. 3 and tied for seventh at UTSA Tri-Match after shooting 3-over 147 ... Finished season playing No. 4 in each of last four events ... Tied for 39th at Ping ASU Invitational at 6-over 222 ... Helped team claim first-ever conference championship and placed 21st with 7-over 223 at Big 12 Championship, including first-round of 1-under 71 ... Shot all three rounds at par or better and finished tied for 17th with 1-under 215 at NCAA San Antonio Regional, as team claimed first-ever regional title ... Finished tied for 49th in stroke play portion of NCAA Championship, carding 22-over 310 ... Went 2-1 in match play at NCAA Championship ... Defeated Tennessee’s Emmie Pietila, 3-and-2, to help Baylor advance to semifinals ... Dropped semifinal match against Duke’s Sandy Choi, 6-and-5, but team advanced to championship ... Defeated Stanford’s Quirine Eijkenboom, 4-and-3, in NCAA Championship final ... Named to WGCA All-American Scholar Team ... Earned Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Baylor Dean’s List recognition in both semesters.
Huixquilucan, Mexico, native was champion of both the Mission Inn El Campeon and Reunion Resort - Watson Course tournaments in 2011 ... Placed sixth at Girls 11-18 National Championship in 2011 ... Tied for 21st at 2013 Callaway Junior World Golf Championships, tied for 23rd at the 2013 U.S. Women’s Open Sectional Qualifier and tied for 13th at the 2013 AJGA Goodman Networks Junior ... Part of Mexican National Team for several years.
Full name is Giovana Maymon Reynoso ... Born Oct. 31, 1995, in Mexico City ... Daughter of Luis Felipe Maymon and Silvia Lucina Reynoso ... Name is pronounced GEE-oh-vah-nuh MAY-men ... Journalism-Public Relations major.
Best round: 66, Schooner Fall Classic (fall 2014)
Best finish: 15th at Big 12 Championship (spring 2016)
Lowest 18-hole score: 71, twice; last at NCAA San Antonio Regional (spring 2015)
Lowest 36-hole score: 143 at NCAA San Antonio Regional (spring 2015)
Lowest 54-hole score: 212 at Schooner Fall Classic (fall 2014)
Top 5 finishes: none
Top 10 finishes: none
Top 25 finishes: seven; last at Big 12 Championship, 15th (spring 2016)