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  Susie Mathews
Susie Mathews

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Adelaide, Australia

High School:
St. Peter's Collegiate GS

Height:
5-6

R/L:
Right

Graduated with honors in June, 2006.

2004-05 -- Earned 2nd Team NGCA All-America honors and 1st Team All-Pac-10 acclaim ... Led the team with 11 rounds under par, and ranked third on the team in scoring average (73.3), Top 10 finishes (6) and Top 20 finishes (7) ... Tied for second at the Pac-10 Championships with a score of 209 (-7) ... Placed second at the Mason Rudolph Invitational and at the Youel Invitational ... Also finished third at the Spartan Invitational and the ASU tournament ... Nine-time member of the Director's Honor Roll (out of nine quarters) ... Earned NGCA Scholar All-America honors for the third straight year ... Also voted to the CoSIDA District VIII Academic All-America Team ... Second Team Pac-10 All-Academic member ... Boasts a 3.54 grade point average ... In December of 2004, she won the Leonora Wray Trophy, awarded to the No.1 player in Australia in national stroke average (72.95).

2003-04 -- Earned 1st Team NGCA All-America honors after finishing third at the NCAA Championships ... Posted scores of 71-69-68-72--280 (-8) ... That total ranks as UCLA's lowest score in an NCAA Championship and ranks second all-time (to par) on the UCLA charts ... Ranked eighth in the final GolfStat poll and ninth by GolfWeek ... Finished among the Top 25 in 10 of her 11 starts ... Placed second at the Regional Challenge, her best collegiate finish ... Finished fourth at the Spartan Invitational and tied for fourth at the Ihlanfeldt Invitational ... Tied for 11th at the Pac-10 Championships and at the NCAA West Regionals ... Three-time Director's Honor Roll member ... Earned NGCA Scholar All-American ... First-Team All-Pac-10 Academic selection ... Earned uclabruins.com Student-Athlete of the Week for May 24.

2002-03 -- Earned 2nd Team All-Pac-10 honors ... Finished among the Top 25 individuals in six of her eight starts ... Best finish of the season came at the NCAA West Regionals, where she tied for sixth place ... Recorded her season-best score at the Regionals with a 68 in the final round at ASU's Karsten Course ...Tied for 28th at the NCAA Championships ... Finished the year with a 3.72 grade point average and a spot on the Director's Honor Roll all three quarters.

2002 -- Won the Victorian Stroke Play Championship in March with scores of 75-72-73-67--287 ...Playing as an amateur, she won the Kalmar Ladies Open in Sweden, a professional tournament, with scores of 74-69-70--213 (-3) ... Reserve player for Australia's World Cup Team.

2001 -- Won Australian Foursomes Championship ... Finished second in the Australian Amateur ... Finished 45th in the Australian Open, playing as an amateur ... Ranked fourth among Australian female amateurs ... Selected to play for the Australian National Team ... Awarded the Ross Herbert Memorial Scholarship.

2000 -- Won the Victorian Intermediate Golf Championships ...Made the cut as an amateur in the Australian Open with a second round 67 ...Had three other Top 10 finishes, including second-place in the Riverdale Golf Championships ... Advanced to the quarterfinals of the Australian Amateur ... Received Australian Institute of Sport Golf Program Head Coaches Award.

St. Peter's Collegiate Girls School -- In 1999, she won six tournaments and placed sixth in the Junior World Golf Championships in San Diego ... Earned pockets (letters) in squash, track and field, tennis, swimming, badminton and golf ... Served as captain of the swimming, badminton and squash teams ... In 1998, she was the No.1 player on her school's tennis and badminton teams, and also participated in swimming, track and field, squash and golf.

Personal -- Chose UCLA for its "fantastic golf program and great campus" ... Enjoys golf because of the challenging nature of the sport ... Lists her career highlight as winning the 2002 Kalmar Ladies Open and helping the team win the 2004 national championship ... Admires Tiger Woods for his "amazing imagination and talent" ... Enjoys playing and watching sports, reading and catching up with friends ... Spent three years in the Australian Institute of Sport's golf program ... Has one younger brother ... Born June 15, 1982 in her hometown ... Communication Studies major.TMTM

Career Statistics


‹ UCLA Women's Golf


Year

App.

Rds

Victories

Top 10

Top 20

Rnds < Par

Rnds < 70

Avg.

Low

2002-03

8

25

0

2

3

2

1

75.3

68

2003-04

11

35

0

4

7

7

2

73.3

68

2004-05

12

37

0

6

7

12

3

73.8

68

Totals

31

97

0

12

17

21

6

73.8

68