Two-Time All-America, 1987 & 1988
Amateur Golfer of the Year, 1993
U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur Champion, 1991, 1993 & 1994
U.S. Curtis Cup Team, 1992, 1994 & 1996
Sarah LeBrun Ingram ranks as one of the top performers in the history of Duke women's golf. She played for the Blue Devils from 1985-88, earning All-ACC honors as a freshman and All-America laurels her junior and senior years.
Ingram had 23 top 10 finishes during her college career and won two tournaments as a junior. He 75.2 stroke average that year still ranks as one of the best in school history. She played on three NCAA tournament teams, the final two of which finished in the top 10.
Ingram also has enjoyed an exceptional career in amateur golf. She has played as an amateur in eight U.S. Opens and was on the USA's Curtis Cup Teams of 1992, 1994 and 1996. She played on the World Amateur Team in 1992 and 1994, won three U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur Crowns (1991-93-94) and was the U.S. Women's Amateur Runner-Up in 1993, the same year she was named Golf World Magazine's Amateur Female Golfer of the year.