Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Career: A two-time All-America as a junior and senior ... became just the 11th Duke golfer to earn All-ACC accolades in each of her four years ... totaled 45 rounds of even or under par over her career, which ranks tied fifth on Duke’s career record charts ... her 73.58 stroke average ranks as the 10th best in school history for a career ... played in 125 career rounds to rank 10th at Duke ... the first native of Israel to compete in an LPGA event when she played in the 2011 CN Canadian Open and finished tied for 70th.
2013-14: WGCA First Team All-America ... Golfweek Second Team All-America ... collected the best season of her collegiate career posting a 72.29 stroke average to go along with five top five, six top 10 and seven top 20 finishes on the season ... helped lead Duke to the NCAA Championship and the ACC title ... All-ACC selection ... ranked 14th in the final Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index ... closed her career with a two-under-par, 68, in the NCAA Championship final round ... placed second at the ACC Championship with rounds of 72, 75 and 68 ... featured a string of three straight top five placements at the Bryan National Collegiate, PING/ASU Invitational and ACC Championship ... tied third at the Tar Heel Invitational and tied fourth at the Landfall Tradition ... finished the year with a career-best 15 rounds of even or under par, which was second on the Duke squad.
Summer of 2013: Claimed two gold medals at the Maccabiah Games in the individual and team competition with her Israel squad ... advanced to the final qualifying for the British Open before falling in a playoff for the final spot.
2012-13: Turned in the best season of her career with a 73.16 stroke average, one top five, four top 10 and eight top 20 finishes ... finished the season ranked 19th in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index ... Golfweek Second Team All-America ... NGCA Honorable Mention All-America ... All-ACC selection ... tied a career best with 12 rounds of even or under par ... led Duke with 85 birdies on the season ... finished in the top 20 in six of seven spring tournaments ... finished tied for 17th at the NCAA Championship with rounds of 71-75-71-76=293 ... runner-up at the ACC Championship with rounds of 74, 73 and 72 for a total of 219 ... tied for seventh at the Bryan National Collegiate and tied for eighth at the PING/ASU Invitational ... carded a first round, 67, at the PING/ASU Invitational and was tied for the lead after day one ... led Duke with two eagles.
Summer of 2012: Advanced to the quarterfinals of match play at the Ladies British Open Amateur, after placing 55th in qualifying ... totaled rounds of 69, 74 and 77 for a total of 220 at the European Ladies Amateur, before missing the final round cut.
2011-12: Received All-ACC honors for the second straight season ... turned in a 74.97 stroke average, which ranked second on the team ... had three top 10 and five top 20 finishes ... totaled a season-best ninth place finish at the ACC Championship with rounds of 71, 79 and 72 for a total of 222 ... tied for ninth at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate with rounds of 74, 73 and 72 ... turned in a Duke-best round of 67 in the opening round of the season at the Cougar Classic ... went on to tie for ninth with rounds of 67, 74 and 72 ... tied for 16th at the Landfall Tradition ... had six rounds of even or under par ... ranked second on the Blue Devil squad with 76 birdies ... counted 86.0 percent of her rounds on the season ... missed the second round of the Tar Heel Invitational due to observing the Jewish holiday Yom Kippur ... concluded the season ranked 77th in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index.
2010-11: Earned ACC Rookie of the Year honors ... All-ACC selection ... turned in a 74.00 stroke average, which ranked second on the team and seventh in the ACC ... posted two top five, three top 10 and five top 20 finishes ... her 54-hole total of 210 at the Tar Heel Invitational was a team-best ... placed tied for sixth at the Tar Heel Invitational ... turned in a solid tournament at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate as she tied for third, including a first round lead after posting a six-under-par, 66 ... also had top 20 finishes at the ACC Championship, Liz Murphey Collegiate and Bryan National Collegiate ... named ACC Golfer of the Month for April ... had 12 rounds of even or under par, which ranked second on the team ... concluded the season ranked No. 35 in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index ... led Duke with two eagles and ranked second on the team with a 87.0 percentage of rounds counted.
Prep: Currently ranked fifth in the Golfweek/Sagarin Girls and Polo Golf rankings … 2009 Second Team Rolex Junior All-America ... is in her fourth year at IMG Golf Academy ... winner of the 2010 Verizon Junior Heritage with rounds of 73 and 74 for a total of 147 ... earned Golfweek Player of the Week in February of 2010 ... IMG Ledbetter Academy 2010 Girls Most Valuable Player ... fell in a playoff at the 2010 Thunderbird International Junior, after posting rounds of 73, 69, and 71 for a total of 213 ... won the 2009 Doral Publix Junior Classic with a 54-hole total of 209, which was seven-under-par ... 2009 winner of Israel Junior and Ladies Championships … placed second in the Duke of York Yong Trophy 2009 … 2008 Junior Israel Open Champion and FCWT University of Florida Champion … FCWT second Team All-America … secured the FCWT Feather Sound Open title … notched four second place finishes in FCWT University of Florida, FCWT The Leadbetter Classic, the FCWT World Woods and the Verizon Heritage Tournament (72-72 = 144) ... Maccabiah 18 champion 2009 … FCWT First Team All-America her junior year … finished third at the 2008 Girl’s British Amateur Championship ... won FCWT PGA Golf Club Open and FCWT Doral Silver Classic as a sophomore … placed third in the FCWT PGA National Open … placed second at the Doral Publix Junior Classic (14-15 Division) ... competed in seven tournaments as a sophomore … placed second in the Laura Diaz Girls National Championship ... won her first Israel Ladies Championship at age 12.
Personal: Born on February 5, 1992 in Antwerp, Belgium … daughter of Liliane and Jean Claude …. has one brother, Yoni (30), and one sister, Liora (33), and a twin sister, Olivia (20) ... majored in psychology.