Finished as the low amateur at the 2001 U.S. Open ... her 21 top 10 finishes rank fifth on Duke's all-time list.
2000-01: Claimed NCAA Individual Medallist honors at the NCAA Championship and was named winner of the Honda Award as the National Player of the Year for women?s golf ... earned NGCA first-team All-America, ACC Player of the Year and All-ACC honors as a junior ... posted a school-record 72.88 stroke average and won two tournaments (NCAA Championship and Bryan National Collegiate) ... in the NCAA Championship, shot 75-72-69-69=285 and won on the first hole of a playoff against Lorena Ochoa of Arizona ... finished tied for first in the Franklin Street Trust Tar Heel Invitational and the Arizona Invitational ... equaled a school record with a 54-hole total of 209 in the Bryan National Collegiate ... notched seven top five and 10 top 10 finishes ... the 72-hole total of 285 at the NCAA Championship tied a school-record ... led Duke with 15 rounds of even or under par.
2000 Summer Action: Won the North & South Amateur Championship ... won the qualifier for the U.S. Amateur ... Brazilian Amateur Champion ... finished in the top seven of the Golfworld Amateur rankings.
1999-2000: Selected All-ACC and Golfweek/Sagarin All-District first-team after turning in a tied for second-place finish in the ACC Championship ... ranked tied for second on the Duke squad with six top 10 finishes and tied for third with six even or under par rounds ... recorded a 75.82 stroke average as a sophomore ... began the fall season with five straight top six finishes ... finished the year ranked No. 26 (Golfweek/Sagarin Rankings) ... notched a 73.86 stroke average in the fall ... other top finishes include tied for sixth at the Golf World/Palmetto Dunes, tied for fourth at the Mercedes-Benz Women?s Champion, tied for fourth at the Franklin Street Trust/Tar Heel Invitational, tied for fourth at the Top Cup, and tied for sixth at the NCAA Fall Preview ... during the school year she played in the Harder Hall Invitational and finished tied for eighth (71-74-75-77=297, +9).
1999 Summer Action: Played in the North and South Amateur (Lost in Semifinals), U.S. Amateur (Lost in Second Round), and British Amateur (Lost in Third Round).
1998-99: Helped spark Duke to the 1999 NCAA Championship by finishing as the runner-up in the event, collecting an even par three-day total of 213 ... was an All-ACC choice and a first-team All-District selection ... ranked third on the team in stroke average (74.8), third in even/under par rounds (seven), third in average strokes behind the leader (3.69), and third in percentage of rounds counted (.865) after seeing action in 10 tournaments ... recorded the second lowest stroke average for a freshman in head coach Dan Brooks? first 16 years with the program ... collected her lowest round of 67 in the second round of the Lady Tar Heel ... her best three-day tournament total of 212 was earned at the Lady Tar Heel ... was the top Duke finisher in two tournaments ... recorded four top 10 finishes ... earned a top 20 spot in seven tournaments ... best events other than the NCAA Championship included winning the Lady Tar Heel, her first career collegiate event, and finishing tied for sixth at both the Lady Gamecock and the ACC Championship ... finished the year ranked No. 12 (MasterCard Collegiate Rankings).
Prep: Graduated from Hilton Head High School in Hilton Head, S.C. ... attended Escola Corcovado in Brazil, a German school ... also participated in gymnastics, tennis, and volleyball ... a four-time AJGA All-America selection ... earned the No. 4 junior ranking ... competed in the 1998 U.S. Open ... posted two AJGA wins during her junior golf career ... won the 1995 Grand Geneva Junior Classic and the 1996 Las Vegas Legacy Founders Junior Classic ... also won the Women?s Western Junior in 1995, 1996, and 1997 ... secured the individual title at the South American Championship in 1993 and 1996 ... was a member of the winning team at the South American Championship in 1996 and 1997 ... helped the East win the 1997 Cannon Cup ... was a member of the Brazilian National team in the World Championship in 1994 and 1996 ... fired a career low 66 at the Las Vegas Legacy Founders Junior Classic.
Personal: Born June 25, 1980 ... daughter of Lutz and Lu Hannemann ... majoring in Comparative Area Studies.