Ferguson played for the Rams from 2005 to 2009
MWC Championships 4/16/09-4/18/09
Competed in allten tournaments and one of only two players on the teamto play all 30 rounds...Stroke average of 76.50, which ranks 14th in the Mountain West Conference...Shot a career-low round of 69 at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown...Her stroke average was a 76...At the Baylor Spring Invitational, she finished 4th, her top finish of the season.
Competed in all 11 tournaments for the Rams in 2007-08, posting a stroke average of 76.39, a three-stroke improvement over her sophomore season...Her 76.39 stroke average ranked 10th in the Mountain West Conference...Led the team with three top 10s and four top 20s throughout the season...Posted a career-best third-place finish at the Heather Farr/CU Memorial tournament with a three-rond total of 219...Tied her single-round career-low of 71 four times...Battled a foot injury over the final month of the season and was forced to withdraw from the final round of the Mountain View Invitational but bounced back in her next tournament with an eighth-place finish at the BYU Dixie Classic...Also posted a Top 10 finish at the Spartan invitational, where she finished in a tie for 10th...Selected as the 2007-08 Rotary Club team MVP.
Played in eight out of ten tournaments...Carded a season-low 73 at the Ron Moore Invitational... Finished the season with a 79.39 average...Named to the NGCA All-American Scholar team and the MWC academic all-conference team...Won CWGA Match Play Tournament during summer 2007.
Shot a season-best 73 and finished tied for 33rd at the Ptarmigan/Ram Fall Classic...Finished 27th at the Mountain West Conference championships...Competed in all 10 tournaments of the season as a true freshman and recorded a 79.93 stroke average...Named to the NGCA All-American Scholar team and the MWC academic all-conference team.
Earned four varsity letters and was voted team captain her junior and senior years...Was selected to the all-star team after being named Athlete of the Season in 2005...Made the all-state team for golf in 2002, 2004 and 2005 as well as the Rocky Mountain News All-State Team 2005...Member of National Honor Society and Honor Roll.
Born on Feb. 10, 1987, in Boulder, Colo., to Bev and Dan Ferguson....Has an older sister, Lindsay...Majoring in corporate finance and financial real estate...Her hobbies include watching movies and photography...Favorite food is broccoli with cheese.
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