2018-19 Women's Golf Roster

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Andrea Lee

Andrea Lee

  • Height
    5-7
  • Class
    Junior
  • High School
    Mira Costa
  • Hometown
    Hermosa Beach, Calif.
  • Major
    Science, Tech. and Society

Biography

Off The Farm
• 2018 Curtis Cup Team
• 2018 U.S. Open Championship participant
• 2016 U.S. Curtis Cup Team
• Fourth at 2017 World University Games
     • Led United States to gold medal
• 2016 U.S. World Amateur Team
• Qualified for match play in 2017 U.S. Women's Amateur Championship
• First at 2017 Southern California Women's Amateur Championship
• Finished seventh at 2017 Canadian Women's Amateur Championship 
• Quarterfinalist at 2016 U.S. Women’s Amateur
• Finalist at 2016 U.S. Jr. Girls’ Championship
• Runner-up at 2016 Canadian Women's Amateur Championship
• Competed in 2016 LPGA ANA Inspiration Championship
• Won 2015 Southern California Amateur Championship
• Won 2015 Knabe Cup Championship
• 2015 PING Junior Solheim Cup Team
• Second at 2015 Pan American Games
• Tied for 51st and low amateur at 2015 LPGA Swinging Skirts Classic
• Quarterfinalist at 2014 and 2015 U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship
• 69th at 2014 U.S. Women’s Open
• Semifinalist in 2014 U.S. Women’s Amateur
• 2014 Rolex Junior Player of Year
• 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 Rolex Junior All-American First Team
• Won back-to-back at 2014 Rolex Tournament of Champions and Yani Tseng Invitational
• 2014 AJGA Player Representative
• 2014 Junior Ryder Cup Team
• 2013 PING Junior Solheim Cup Team
• 2014, 2013 and 2012 Wyndham Cup Teams
• 2012 Junior Open Championship
• 2011 Rolex Junior All-American Second Team

As a Sophomore (2017-18)
• WGCA All-America first team
• All-Pac-12 first team
• Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention
• Tied for first at Dick McGuire/Branch Law Firm Invitational (73-68-67, 208, -8)
• Tied for third at ANNIKA Intercollegiate (74-69-69, 212, -4)
• Tied for first at Stanford Intercollegiate (69-71-67, 207, -6)
• Won Nanea Pac-12 Preview (69-68, 137, -9)
• Tied for second at East Lake Cup (71, -1)
• Fourth at Northrup Grumman Challenge (71-74-69, 214, +1)
• Tied for 18th at Bruin Wave Invitational (74-79-77, 230, +14)
• 11th at Silverado Showdown (74-69-73, 216, E)
• Tied for ninth at Pac-12 Championships (73-74-69, 216, E)
• Tied for eighth at NCAA Regional Championships (66-74-73, 213, -3)
• Tied for second at NCAA Championships (77-69-71-65, 282, -6)

As a Freshman (2016-17)
• PING/WGCA Freshman of the Year
• Finalist for PING/WGCA Player of the Year
• Finalist for the Honda Sport Award for Golf 
• WGCA First Team All-American
• Pac-12 Freshman of the Year
• All-Pac-12 First Team
• Block S Outstanding Female Freshman
Scoring average (29 rounds): 71.62
• Low round: 67 (Windy City Collegiate, Peg Barnard Invitational -5)
• Low tournament: 206 (Windy City Collegiate Championship)
• Best finish:1st (Windy City Collegiate, East Lake Cup, Peg Barnard Invitational)
• Ranked third nationally
• Won Windy City Collegiate Championship (68-71-67, 206, -10)
• Tied for second at Stanford Intercollegiate (72-68, 140, -2)
Tied for 23rd at Pac-12 Preview (76-75-76, 227, +8)
• Won East Lake Cup (68, -4)
• Won Peg Barnard Invitational (67-67, 134, -8)
• Second at Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate (76-68-68, 212, -4)
• Tied for 11th at Bruin Wave Invitational (76-74-76, 226, +7)
• Third at Silverado Showdown (68-68-73, 209, -7)
• Tied for third at Pac-12 Championships (72-70-75, 217, +1)
• Tied for eighth at NCAA Regionals (75-70-73,  218, +2)
• Sixth at NCAA Championships (77-71-72, 220, +4) 

 The Lee File
• Prepped at Mira Costa (Calif.)
• Led Mira Costa to state title in 2015
• 2015 Scholar-Athlete Award winner
• 2013 CIF state and regional champion
• Three-time MVP at Mira Costa
• 2013 Bay League MVP
• Started competing at age 8 and won 50 junior titles in four years
• Competed in soccer, Tae Kwon Do and figure skating
• Born in Los Angeles, Calif.
• Daughter of James and Sunny
• Enjoys movies, shopping, singing, bowling and snowboarding
• Four holes-in-one, one double-eagle