2008-09 -- Earned NGCA 1st Team All-America honors and GolfWeek 2nd Team acclaim ... 2nd Team All-Pac-10 selection ... Won the NCAA Central Regional for the second straight year and raised her career victory total to three ... T8 at the NCAA Championship ... Recorded nine Top 20 results in 11 starts ... T5 at the Pac-10 Championship with a final round of 69 (-2) ... T6 at the Topy Cup ... Made the cut at the LPGA MasterCard Classic in Mexico, tying for 50th as the low amateur at 222 (+6) ... Finished her academic career with five nominations to the Director's Honor Roll ... Left UCLA for family reasons and to pursue professional golf.
Summer 2008 -- Tied for 10th at the U.S. Women's Open with scores of 69-74-72-75--290 (-2) ... She was just the second amateur ever to finish under par at the U.S. Open ... Tied for 75th at the Women's British Open with scores of 71-73-74-76--294 (+4).
2007-08 -- Earned consensus first-team All-America honors as a freshman ... Also selected as a second-team All-Pac-10 member ... Finished the season ranked ninth nationally by GolfWeek ... Played in the LPGA Nabisco Championship and tied for 58th with scores of 70-74-78-78--300 (+12) ... Co-medalist at the NCAA Central Regional with Purdue's Maria Hernandez ... Posted scores of 65-73-70--208 (-8) ... Tied with teammate Tiffany Joh for medalist honors at the Kent Youel Invitational with scores of 72-70-75--217 (+1) ... Missed the cut at the LPGA McDonald's Championship with scores of 71-74--145 ... Averaged 73.3 with six Top 10 finishes, eight Top 20s and eight rounds under par ... Posted three rounds under 70 ... Three-time member of the Director's Honor Roll as a freshman.
Summer 2007 -- Won the 107th U.S. Women's Amateur title at Crooked Stick GC in Carmel, IN ... Tied for sixth in stroke play with scores of 69-72--141 (-3) ... Defeated Lee Lopez of Whittier, 1-up in the first round ... Won 2 &1 in the second round against Candace Schepperle of Birmingham, AL ... In the third round she beat Emma Jandel of Dayton, OH, 2-up ... Won 5 & 4 against Mina Harigae of Monterey, CA in the quarterfinals ... In the semifinals, she beat Ha-Na Jang of Korea, 2 & 1 ... In the 36-hole final, she beat Amanda Blumenherst 1-up ... The match turned on the 35th hole when Uribe made a two-putt par from seven feet and Blumenherst three-putted from 18 feet ... Joined UCLA golfers Jane Park (2004) and Kay Cockerill (1986, '87) to win the U.S. Women's Amateur ... Tied for 11th at the Verizon Junior Heritage with scores of 79-76--155.
2006 -- Advanced to the quarterfinals of the U.S. Women's Amateur Publinks before losing to Tiffany Joh, the eventual champion ... Finished 11th in stroke play with scores of 69-75--144 (E) ... In the first round she defeated Annie Giangrosso of Overalnd Park, KS 3 & 1 ... Won 2 & 1 against Nora Shin of Chula Vista in the second round ... Beat Stephanie Kono of Honolulu, HI 3 & 1 in the third round before falling 3 & 2 to Joh in the quarterfinals ... At the U.S. Women's Open she tied for 81st with scores of 76-76--152 (+10) before missing the cut at the Newport CC in Newport, RI ... Advanced to the second round of the U.S. Girls Junior with scores of 70-70 at Carmel CC in Charlotte, NC ... Defeated Katie Conway of Wading River, NY, 1-up before falling in 21 holes to Alexandra Batemann of Palm City, FL ... At the 2006 World Amateur Championship, she led Colombia to a third place finish.
2005 -- At the U.S. Girls Junior at BanBury GC in Eagle, ID, she posted scores of 73-68--141 (-1) to tie for 15th in stroke play ... She lost 3 & 2 in the first round to Alma Lee of Evans, GA.
Personal -- Attended the AJGA Golf Academy before returning to Colombia to finish her education at Colegio de Panamericano ... Played basketball and volleyball in junior high school ... Chose UCLA because "it was very important to have a united team and I found it [at UCLA]" ... Lists winning the U.S. Amateur as her biggest thrill ... Admires Tiger Woods and Lorena Ochoa ... Enjoys listening to music, working out and dancing ... Has one older sister, Silvia, a graduate student at NYU ... Undeclared major with interests in Psychology.
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