Summer of 2015: Won the Ladies’ British Open Amateur in Northern Ireland ... helped lead Europe to a 12.5 to 11.5 victory over Great Britain and Ireland at the Vagliano Trophy ... competed in the U.S. Women’s Open but missed the cut with rounds of 76 and 73 ... competed in the British Open and missed the cut with back-to-back rounds of 76 ... advanced to the first round of match play at the U.S. Women’s Amateur.
2014-15: WGCA & Golfweek First Team All-America ... ACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... All-ACC Academic Team ... registered a 72.69 stroke average as she competed in 10 tournaments ... had three top five, four top 10 and eight top 20 finishes ... notched 12 rounds of even or under par ... counted 27.3 out of 29 rounds on the year ... placed second at the NCAA South Bend Regional with rounds of 67, 72 and 74 for a three-under-par, 213 ... tied for third to open the season at the ANNIKA Intercollegiate and the Tar Heel Invitational ... finished the season ranked No. 8 overall in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index ... went 2-0 in the NCAA Tournament match play against Texas Tech and Baylor ... had five rounds in the 60s on the season ... tied sixth at the PING/ASU Invitational with rounds of 69, 72 and 73.
Summer of 2014: Qualified for the U.S. Women’s Open and posted rounds of 77 and 76, but missed the cut in Pinehurst ... placed tied for third at the International European Ladies’ Amateur Championship with rounds of 68, 76, 67 and 71 for a total of 282 ... guided France to the European Ladies Amateur Team Championship going 6-0 in match play in Slovenia ... advanced to the second round of match play at the U.S. Amateur, after placing tied for fourth in stroke play qualifying.
2013-14: WGCA National Player of the Year ... winner of the Honda Award for golf as National Player of the Year ... Golfweek & WGCA First Team All-America ... ACC Player of the Year ... All-ACC ... collected a 71.50 stroke average, which is the fifth-lowest in Blue Devil history ... had six top five finishes, seven top 10 placements and nine top 10 finishes ... helped lead Duke to its sixth NCAA Championship ... runner-up at the NCAA Championship with rounds of 70, 70, 67 and 69 for a total of four-under-par, 276 ... finished the season ranked No. 5 in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index ... in the spring, totaled a 70.77 stroke average to go along with three wins in seven events ... helped lead the Blue Devils to the ACC Championship, including notching individual medalist honors with rounds of 71, 69 and 70 ... won the Bryan National Collegiate and PING/ASU Invitational as well ... had a streak during the spring winning three straight events ... Golfweek Player of the Week April 8 and the ACC Golfer of the Month for April ... a preseason Golf World Player to Watch selection ... led Duke with 20 rounds of even or under par, which ranked tied third on Duke’s single-season charts ... registered 119 birdies on the season to rank third nationally.
Summer of 2013: Competed in the British Open and finished tied for 56th with rounds of 72, 72, 81 and 72 for a total of 297 ... turned in a tied for third finish at the International European Ladies’ Amateurs Championship with rounds of 73, 69, 72, 68 for a ledger of 282 ... represented France in the European Ladies’ Amateur Team Championship leading France to a sixth place finish (1-2 in match play as a team) ... led Europe to a 16 1/2 to 7 1/2 victory over Great Britain in the Vagliano Trophy ... placed second in the St. Rule Trophy with rounds of 73, 69, 71 (213).
2012-13: NGCA and Golfweek Honorable Mention All-America selection ... ACC Rookie of the Year ... All-ACC ... All-ACC Academic Team ... saw action in all 11 tournaments ... posted a 73.45 stroke average along with two top five, four top 10 and five top 20 finishes ... finished the season ranked 32nd in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index ... closed the year with her best finish at the NCAA Championship tying for fourth overall ... carded rounds of 69, 73, 71 and 74 for a total of 287 ... tied for sixth at the ACC Championship with rounds of 74, 73 and 76 for a total of 223 ... tied for 10th at the PING/ASU Invitational (71-71-71=213) ... her 73.45 stroke average was the sixth-lowest stroke average by a Duke freshman ... her 54-hole total of 213 at the PING/ASU Invitational tied for the eighth-lowest by a Blue Devil rookie ... turned in a Duke freshman record 72-hole total of 287 at the NCAA Championship ... carded 11 rounds of even or under par.
Summer of 2012: Won the European Ladies Amateur with a 16-under-par, 268, in Slovenia ... finished second in qualifying at the Ladies British Open Amateur with rounds of 70, 71, before falling in the second round of match play ... advanced to third round of match play at the U.S. Women’s Amateur, before falling 1-up to eventual champion Lydia Ko.
Prep: Was ranked No. 5 nationally in the Polo Golf rankings, while 22nd in the Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index for junior golfers prior to heading to Duke … won the 2012 Internationaux De France Juniors (Trophee Esmond) ... a member of the French national team, she helped win the 2010 and 2011 European Team Championships … owns three top five finishes in five AJGA Tournament appearances … a 2011 Rolex Junior First Team All-America … winner of the 2011 AJGA Annika Invitational with rounds of 71, 66 and 76 for a total of 213 … tied for first at the Polo Golf Junior Classic stroke play with rounds of 70 and 71 … advanced to the match play quarterfinals of the Polo Golf Junior Classic … tied for 14th at the Thunderbird International Junior with rounds of 76, 72 and 75 … was tied for 23rd overall at The 2011 PING Invitational … was a finalist in the 2011 British Girls Cup … was a member of the European team at the 2011 Junior Solheim Cup … helped the European team win the Vagliano Trophy … a semifinalist at the French International Junior Championship … won the Italian International championship in 2010 … won the Skandia Junior Open in 2010 … placed third in the AJGA 2010 Junior Orange Bowl International Golf Championship with rounds of 75, 74, 71 and 71 for a total of 291 … won the 2009 French U-16 national championship.
Personal: Celine Boutier was born on November 10, 1993 in Clamart, France … daughter of Jacqueline and Christophe Boutier … has one sister, Christie (20), and one brother, Kevin (17) ... member of the 2013 and 2015 ACC Honor Roll ... majoring in psychology along with a minor in economics and a markets and management certificate.