Lindsay Hulwick
Lindsay Hulwick


Littleton, Colo.

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Fall 2004: Tied for seventh at the Landfall Tradition after shooting a one-over par 217 (75-69-73) ... season-low 69 came in round two at the Landfall Tradition ... also recorded a Top 10 finish at the UA/Ann Rhoades Intercollegiate, where she tied for 10th with rounds of 75 and 77 ... carried a 75.36 stroke average through the fall.

Summer 2004: Played on the Colorado Cup amateur team that defeated the professional team in two matches, shooting 69 and 68 ... finished with the lowest amateur score and in a tie for eighth at the Colorado State Open with rounds of 76-76-78 ... qualified for the Women's Amateur for the third time, firing a 76 to tie for fourth in the qualifier ... advanced to the semi-finals of the Colorado Match Play Championship ... recorded a 151 (75-76) and tied for 21st at the US Women's Amateur Championship to advance to match play where she lost in the first round to All-American Kalin Downs.

2003-04: Participated in eight events for the Wave ... tied for third at the Tulane Invitational with a 10-over 226 at English Turn Golf and Country Club ... carded a season-low round of 72 in the second round at the Landfall Traditional Collegiate, where she finished in a tie for eighth after shooting seven-over par (76-72-75) ... tied for 10th at the LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic (74-76-76) ... named second-team All-Conference USA ... member of the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.

Summer 2003: Finished second in the Colorado Women's Amateur Stroke Play Championship for the second consecutive year, shooting 75-75-75 at Lakewood Country Club...finished 20th at the Women's Colorado Open with a 79-77-75, and qualified in fourth place for the Women's Amateur at the Broadmoor Golf Course by shooting a 75...played in the Women's Amateur Championship for the second consecutive year and qualified as the 37 seed with a 73-77...made it to the final 32 by winning first match 2-and-1 over Beth Hermes, but lost second match to semifinalist In-Bee Park...qualified to represent Colorado in the U.S. Golf Association's Women's State Team Championship.

2002-03: Played in all 11 tournaments as a sophomore, earning first-team All-Conference USA and All-Louisiana honors...led the team in strokes per round (74.71) and posted par-or-better in seven rounds, including a career-low 70 in the final round of the USF/Beacon Woods Invitational (10/13)...finished 62nd in the final Golfstat Cup standings and ranked 85th by Golfweek Magazine...named C-USA Player of the Month for February after winning the Tulane Invitational with a six-over par 222 (77-74-71)...led the team in five tournaments, including the NCAA East Regional when she fired a 10-over par 223 (80-72-71) to finish tied for 34th, and posted seven Top 10 finishes...best score of the season was a plus-two 218 (76-71-71) at the Edwin Watts/Palmetto Intercollegiate...earned C-USA Commissioner's List and Dean's List honors, and was named to Tulane's 3.0 Club.

Summer 2002: Fired a two-under par 69 at the Boulder Country Club to qualify for the 2002 U.S. Women's Amateur Championship...finished second at the Colorado Women's State Amateur with a 221 (72-74-75)...also participated in the Colorado Match Play where she advanced to the round of 16.

2001-02: Participated in all 11 tournaments as a true freshman, earning Conference USA All-Freshman Team honors after finishing with a 78.22 stroke average...tallied five Top 20 finishes, including a sixth-place tie at the Green Wave Women's Golf Classic where she fired a season-low seven-over par 153 (80-73)...shot par or better on three occasions, including a career-low 70 in the opening round of the C-USA Championship (4/19) and again in the second round of the NCAA East Regional (5/10)...led Tulane at the Lady Paladin Invitational when she finished tied for 35th with a plus-17 233 (79-77-77)...off the course, earned C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll recognition and was named to Tulane's 3.0 Club.

Summer 2001: Competed in numerous AJGA and National Junior tournaments...shot a 152 (73-79) to qualify for the Insurance Youth Classic in Michigan.

Prep: Four-year letterwinner at Heritage High for coach Bill Ogg...helped lead the Eagles to the state championship as a freshman, sophomore and junior, while Heritage finished second in the state her senior season...earned all-state honors her first three prep seasons, and recorded a school-record 69 as a freshman...finished third at the state championship tournament as a freshman and second in the state as a junior...as an amateur golfer, learned from world-renowned teaching pro Mike McGetrick...won the Colorado Junior Amateur Championship in 2000...finished seventh at the AJGA Aspen Junior Classic and tied for 16th at the AJGA Arizona Junior Classic in 2000...represented Colorado four years on the Junior America's Cup team and competed in the 2000 USGA Junior Amateur Championship at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club...also played two years of junior varsity basketball...off the course, was a member of the National Honor Society, High Honor Roll and cheerleading squad...also earned the Golden Eagle Leadership Award.

Personal: Born Lindsay Ann Hulwick on May 17, 1983, in Englewood, Colo...daughter of Bill and Carrie Hulwick...has one brother, John, who played collegiate golf at the University of Denver...majoring in business.