Two Musketeers Finished In The Top 20
Two-Day, 54-Hole Tournament Is Oct. 19-20
Three Musketeers Finished in the top 20
Final Round Begins Monday Morning
Musketeers Are Four Shots Off The Lead
Easter weekend will be busy for Xavier athletics. Men's tennis closes out its regular season, baseball travels to Richmond, women's tennis hosts Saint Louis, track and field heads to Stanford, and the women's golf visits Arizona.
Photos by Aaron Craig Oct. 14, 2012
The Reserve Club at St. James Plantation Southport, N.C. Photos by Willis Glassgow
April 21, 2012 Reserve Club, St. James Plantation Photos by Jenna Willhoit
Friday, April 20 Photos by Jenna Willhoit
2012-13: Tan played in five events for the Musketeers in her junior season ... posted a 90.4 scoring average ... had a season-low 81 first round score at the UC Spring Invite.
2011-12: Tan competed in all ten events during her sophomore season ... posted a 77.9 scoring average which was good enough for fourth on the squad ... was runner-up in the Memphis Women's Fall Invitational with a score of 223. Tan's 10-over-par 223 was a career-low ... fired a career-best 73 (+1) at the CAA Championship where she finished tied for ninth ... was honored with the NGCA All-American Scholar for the second consecutive year.
2010-11: Tan performed very well in her rookie season at Xavier, posting a 78.54 scoring average in the nine events she participated in ... tallied two Top 20 finishes for the season ...first came at the MAC Preview where she shot 16-over-par 160 and second was at the CAA Championship with a 21-over-par 237... posted her lowest round 74 (+2) at the Challenge at Onion Creek ... recorded her lowest 3-day tournament was 232 (+16) at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic.
High School: Member of the varsity team all four years and was the number one player ...MVP for three seasons... 3A High School Metropolitan Champion her senior and junior years, tied for first her sophomore season and was the runner-up her freshman year ... Had the Metropolitan League lowest-scoring average for an individual with 72 her senior and junior seasons ... Qualified for the US Women's Public Links Championship in June 2009 ... Was the WJGA District 6 Champion her junior and sophomore years ... Her junior season she qualified for the US Women's Amateur Public Links Championship ... Represented the United States as a member of the North Pacific Junior Ladies Team in 2008 ... Member of Team Washington that competed in the 2008 Girl's Junior America's Cup in Calgary, Canada where she took 11th place ... Her sophomore year she attended the Callaway Junior World Championship in San Diego, Calif. ... Won the 2008 WIAA Washington High School State Championship her sophomore year ... Her freshman year she qualified for the Wal-Mart First Tee Open at Pebble Beach and was the first to qualify ever from the First Tee of Greater Seattle ... Her freshman season she was the Pacific Northwest Golf Association Girl's Championship First Flight champion ... Received numerous accolades during her scholastic career including: 3A High School State Academic team, 2007-2008 Metropolitan League All-Star first team, recipient of the Kathleen and Monica Shepherd Memorial Scholarship Award for academic and athletic excellence and good sportmanship, WIAA/Seattle Times Star Athlete of the Week, Seattle Times Star of the Week, Seattle Post-Intelligencer Star of the Week, Seattle Times Freshman "Athlete to Watch For", Davis Law Group Scholar-Athlete of the Week ... Member of the Excalibur chapter of the National Honor Society since her sophomore year.