The three are veteran players of USGA tournaments.
Athletics hosted the first-ever student-athlete graduation ceremony.
The two golfers recap the NCAA Championships in this week's episode
Senior posts four-under par score of 139.
Do ends career by tying for 14th place.
2011-12 -- Ended the season ranked 45th by GolfStat and 51st by GolfWeek ... In the Fall of 2011, she advanced through the first two stages of LPGA Q-School to earn Symetra Tour status ... Earned All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention honors ... Averaged 73.5 during the season in 28 rounds ... Tied for 14th at the NCAA Championship and was the Bruins' top finisher ... Tied for fifth at the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate, her best result of the season ... Recorded Top 10 finishes at the Wildcat Invitational (7th) and the Rainbow Wahine (T8) ... Also tied for 16th at the NCAA West Regional ... Recorded six rounds under par, a career best and a career-best round of 67 (-5) in Hawaii.
Summer of 2011 -- Tied for 65th at Stage 2 of LPGA Q-School with scores of 75-72-73-73--293 (+5) ... Missed the cut at the U.S. Amateur with scores of 78-72--150 (+8) and tied for 69th ... Tied for 29th at Stage One of the LPGA's Qualifying Tournament with scores of 73-69-73-74--289 (+1) ... Won the U.S. Women's Amateur Publinks title at Bandon Dunes ... In stroke play, she tied for 36th with scores of 78-77--155 (+13) ... In match play, she beat Kristen Park 4 & 3 in the first round ... She defeated Kelsey Chugg 2 & 1 in the Round of 32 ... She beat Emily Tubert, 1-up in the third round ... In the quarterfinals, she beat teammate Stephanie Kono, 2-up ... Beat Annie Park 2 & 1 in the semifinals ... In the final, she beat Marissa Dodd 1-up with a birdie-par finish on holes 35 and 36.
2010-11 -- Best result was a tie for 16th at the Regional Challenge where she posted scores of 76-72-76--224 (+11) ... Also tied for 26th at the Bruin Wave Invitational playing as an individual.
Summer 2010 -- Advanced to the quarterfinals of the USWAPL ... Won her first-round match 1-up against Kristina Wong of Vestal, NY ... Beat Kelly Fuchik 3&2 in 23 holes in the second round ... Defeated teammate Stephanie Kono 3&2 in the third round before falling 1-up to Lisa McCloskey of Houston, TX in the quarterfinals ... Tied for 52nd in stroke play with scores of 75-76--151 (+9).
2009-10 -- Earned 2nd Team All-Pac-10 honors after averaging 74.0 in 33 rounds ... Ended the season ranked 49th by GolfWeek and 63rd by GolfStat ... Fired a 68 (-4), career best, in the first round of the NCAA Championship ... Also posted a 70 (-2) in the final round ... Recorded four Top 10 results in 11 starts ... Best result was tied for third at Betsy Rawls event ... Tied for sixth at Stanford, which included a 69 (-2) in the second round ... Also posted rounds of 71-71--142 (-2) at the Mason Rudolph Classic to tie for 20th ... Member of the Director's Honor Roll for Winter 2010.
Summer 2009 -- Tied for 48th at the U.S. Women's Open qualifier at Pasatiempo ... Tied for 76th in stroke play at the USWAPL.
2008-09 -- Posted a record of 3-0-0 at the Match Play Championship in November ... Made three starts as an individual in stroke play events, tying for 19th at the Wave Invitational for her best result with a pair of 77s ... Also tied for 48th at the Stanford Intercollegiate with scores of 73-73-75--221 (+8).
Summer 2008 -- Advanced to the second round of match play at the U.S. Women's Amateur Publinks after tying for 36th place with scores of 82-75--147 ... Won her first round match 3&2 against Kimberly Kim, the 2006 U.S. Women's Amateur champion ... Lost to Stacey Kim in the round of 32.
Junior Golf -- Two-time AJGA All-American ... Member of the 2007 PING Jr. Solheim Cup.
High School -- Four-year varsity letterwinner at Wilson High in Long Beach for coaches Jim Ferguson and Jeff Evans ... Led the Bruins to a second place finish in the 2005 state tournament and four straight Moore League championships ... Won the 2007 Moore League individual title ... Two-time Long Beach Press Telegram Player of the Year and three-time first team selection.
Personal -- Has a brother and a sister ... Chose UCLA because "it has a lot to offer" ... Lists her biggest athletic thrill as "being able to be a part of the UCLA women's golf team" ... Admires former world No.1 ranked LPGA star Lorena Ochoa for her determination ... Lists baking, going to the beach and hanging out with family and friends as favorite pastimes ... Born in her hometown ... Full name is Brianna Catheryn Do ... Sociology major.
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