2009-10: Saw action in five events for XU in her final season ... Posted an 83.6 scoring average ... Lowest round came at the Red Rocks Invitational where she posted a 6-over-par 78 ... Lowest two round tournament came at the Lampkin Grip Invitational where she carded a 20-over-par 164 ... Lowest three round tournament came with a 36-over-par effort at the LPGA-International Xavier Invitational
2008-09: Competed in nine of Xavier's 11 tournaments and finished tied for 36th in the season opening Cincinnati Fall Classic after shooting rounds of 86-77-78 - 241 (+34) ... Put together a solid tournament at the Larry Nelson Invitational, finishing tied for 38th ... Her low round came in the third round of the Cincinnati Fall Classic, a five-over par 77.
2007-08: Fired her season-best rounds of 77 and 78 at the Sea Trail Intercollegiate, where she finished tied for 30th at 21-over par... Had her second-best tournament of the season at the CAA Championship, carding a 255 (+39) to earn 40th place.
2006-07: Played her first collegiate tournament at the Chip-N Invitational as an individual... Finished with the fourth-best tournament score and the fifth-lowest round of the season, a 21-over par 237 carded at the Rio Verde Invitational that included a second-round 78 (+6)... Played in the Butler Spring Invitational, finishing third overall as the best Xavier individual to participate.
High School: Played four years of varsity golf at Lakota West... Posted a nine-hole stroke average of 38.5 her senior year as a co-captain... Lakota West won back-to-back Greater Miami Conference titles in Steiner's junior and senior seasons... Tied her school's 36-hole score record and set a new career average record... First Team All-GMC as a sophomore, junior and senior and was Player of the Year her final two years... A member of both the National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society... Graduated in the top 15 percent of her class.
Personal: A business major... Born May 21, 1987 in Hamilton, Ohio ... Daughter of XU Director of Golf Doug Steiner.