2012-13: Posted her best collegiate season as a junior with a 73.86 stroke average, two top five, two top 10 and four top 20 finishes ... Honorable Mention Golfweek All-America ... All-ACC selection ... earned NGCA All-Central Regional honors ... carded seven rounds of even or under par ... collected a season-best tied for second place finish at the NCAA Central Regional with rounds of 72, 69 and 70 for a total of 211, which was five-under-par ... the 54-hole total of 211 was a career best ... tied for third at the ACC Championship with rounds of 72, 77 and 72 for a total of 221 ... finished the season ranked 45th nationally in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index.
Summer of 2012: Advanced to the semifinals of match play at the North & South Women’s Amateur, after placing tied seventh in stroke play qualifying ... lost to Doris Chen, 4 & 2, in match play.
2011-12: Saw action in 10 tournaments, while registering a 75.19 stroke average ... turned in two top five, two top 10 and three top 20 finishes ... had five rounds of even or under par ... played her final nine rounds with a stroke average of 73.33 ... tied for second on two different occasions -- ACC Championship with rounds of 69, 75, 72 for a total of 216 and at the Landfall Tradition (75-76-70=221) ... was even par through 11 holes at the NCAA East Regional, but injured her elbow and was forced to withdraw ... counted 77.0 percent of her rounds ... held a 74.80 third round scoring average ... concluded the season ranked 106th in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index.
2010-11: Competed in 10 tournaments and totaled a 75.80 stroke average as a rookie ... collected a 75.80 stroke average to go along with five top 20 finishes ... turned in a season-best 54-hole finish of 213 at the Tar Heel Invitational and finished tied for 16th ... placed tied for 15th at the Liz Murphey Collegiate and tied 19th at the ACC Championship ... had five rounds of even or under par ... counted 80.0 percent of her rounds ... fired a two-under-par, 70, and led after day one of the Liz Murphey Collegiate ... opened three tournaments with under-par rounds ... her stroke average ranked 21st in the ACC.
Prep: 2009 First Team Rolex Junior All-America ... currently ranked 10th in the Polo Girls rankings and 14th in the Golfweek Girls Junior listing ... won the 2009 PGA Junior Series ... placed second at the South-American Amateur Championship and third at the U.S. Girls Junior Championship in 2009 ... won the National Women’s Amateur Championship “Copa Valores Bancolombia” ... other top 10 events in 2009 were at the Annika Invitational (2nd), Mexican National Amateur Championship (2nd), South-American Youth Tournament (4th), Thunderbird International Junior (5th) and Rolex Tournament of Champions (9th) ... advanced to the semifinals of the 2009 U.S. Girls Junior Championship before falling in 19 holes ... a 2008 Second Team Rolex Junior All-America ... in 2008 on the AJGA, had one victory, four top 10 finishes and seven top 10 placements in nine tournaments ... won the Heritage Junior Championship with rounds of 72-71-69=212 ... other top 10 finishes were at the Rolex Girls Junior Championship (6th), Rolex Tournament of Champions (6th) and McDonald’s Betsy Rawls Girls Championship (6th) ... won eight other tournaments in 2008 -- XXIX International Golf Championship, Junior National Golf Championship, XVIII International Youth Championship, National Youth Tournament “Copa Puma,” South-American Youth Tournament, National Minor’s Tournament (Girls 15-17), VI La Pradera de Potosi International Amateur Golf Tournament and the International Youth Championship ... in the Junior National Golf Championship, shot 19-under-par to pick up the victory ... won nine tournaments in 2007, including the Women’s Open Championship - Fay Crocker International against professional golfers ... three-time winner of the Long Drive Contest in 2006 (twice) and 2007 ... won the Farallones Open and Cucuta Open in Columbia in 2006.
Personal: Born on April 1, 1993 in Bogota, Columbia … daughter of Luis Augusto Cangrejo and Luz Nubia Pedraza ... has two sisters, Ana Maria (28) and Silvia Lucia (29) ... a two-time ACC Honor Roll selection ... majoring in psychology.