Duke Women's Golf BIO
Career: Honorable Mention All-America by Golfweek as a junior and senior ... four-time All-ACC selection ... became Duke’s eighth consecutive ACC Freshman of the Year selection in 2005 ... studied abroad during the last three summers in Greece (2005), in Switzerland (2006) and Turkey (2007) ... won three NCAA Championships and four ACC titles at Duke ... played in 44 career tournaments and totaled 24 rounds of even or under par ... a three-time ACC Honor Roll selection ... was a part of 27 team wins in four seasons at Duke.
2007-08: Golfweek Honorable Mention All-America ... All-ACC ... Duke Senior Student-Athlete of the Year ... notched a 75.06 stroke average ... had one top five, one top 10 and four top 20 finishes ... received the Weaver James Corrigan Honorary Award ... concluded the season ranked 49th in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index ... collected 10 rounds of even or under par and counted 27 of 34 rounds on the season ... totaled her best finish of the season at the ACC Championship with rounds of 71, 72 and 74 for a total of 217.
2006-07: Selected Honorable Mention All-America by Golfweek ... All-ACC ... closed the season with four straight top-20 finishes ... notched a 74.65 stroke average ... finished ranked 40th in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index ... totaled a career-best eight rounds of even or under par ... posted two top-10 and seven top-20 finishes.
2005-06: Played her best golf in the spring finishing in the top-21 in the final six tournaments with a 74.89 stroke average ... finished the season with a 75.68 stroke average along with one top-five, four top-10 and six top-20 finishes ... All-ACC selection ... finished the season ranked No. 68 in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index.
2005 Summer Action: Advanced to the second round of match play at the North and South Amateur ... lost in the quarterfinals of the Trans National.
2004-05: The ACC Freshman of the Year ... selected All-ACC ... posted a 76.15 stroke average in 11 tournaments ... collected key rounds of 72 and 74 in the first and third rounds to help lead Duke to its third NCAA Championship ... had her best finish of the season at the Bryan National Collegiate with a tied for third ledger ... helped lead Duke from a 15-stroke deficit at the ACC/SEC Challenge with a round of 69 to conclude the tournament ... was eighth at the ACC Championship.
Prep: A three-year letterwinner at Navarre High School, after not competing her senior year ... earned 2002 first team and 2003 second team Polo Golf Junior All-America honors ... member of the 2002 and 2003 PING Junior Solheim Cup U.S. Team ... won three American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) tournaments since 1999, while posting 25 top-10 finishes ... won the 2003 AJGA hp Junior at English Turn (75-70-71=216) ... picked up the title at the 2002 AJGA Avila Junior Classic (74-67-71=212) ... won the 2001 AJGA Compaq Junior at English Turn (78-74-69=221) ... member of the 2002 and 2003 East Canon Cup teams ... represented the U.S. in the Aaron Baddeley World Team Championships in 2002 and 2003 ... ranked 18th in the 2002-03 Golfweek/Titleist Performance Index for U.S. Girls ... won the Florida State High School championship in 2001 ... a 2001 Honorable Mention Polo Golf Junior All-America ... represented the U.S. in the World Junior Golf Cup in 2001 at St. Andrews, Scotland ... played basketball as a freshman and sophomore.
Personal: Born March 10, 1986 in Burlington, Vt. ... daughter of Paul and Karen Pandolfi ... her mom, Karen, graduated from Duke in 1975 ... 2003 Player Representative on the Board of Directors of the American Junior Golf Association ... majoring in philosophy.