Meredith Duncan

 




 

Professional


PLAYER NOTES

2002 HIGHLIGHTS:

Member, USA Curtis Cup Team

Dinah Shore Trophy

NCGA first-team All-American

Career Highlights

2001, Winner, U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship

2001, Winner, North and South Women’s Amateur

2001, Winner, Western Women’s Amateur

2001, Second-team, All-American

2001, First-team, Academic All-SEC

2001, GolfWeek Amateur of the Year

2001, SEC Academic Honor Roll

2001, Independence Bowl Sportsperson of the Year

2000, First-team Academic All-American

2000, Honorable Mention All-American

2000, SEC Academic Honor Roll

2000, Member, U.S. team, World University Games

2000, Winner, Western Women’s Amateur

1999, Quarterfinalist, U.S. Women’s Amateur

1998, Masonic Honesty and Integrity Award<R>

Notes: Won most stirring final in history of U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship by defeating Nicole Perrot with a birdie on the 37th hole. August 25, 2001, was named ’Meredith Duncan Day’ by State of Louisiana. Mother, Debbie Duncan, is a member of the USGA Girls’ Junior Championship Committee. Wears a golf angel on her right collar for her aunt and grandfather who have passed away. Also wears a diamond necklace with stones from her grandmother’s wedding ring. Enjoys shopping, working out, and burning CD’s and lists the Dave Matthews Band as her favorite music group.

Courtesy LPGA, http://www.LPGA.com.

   

Birth Date:March 25, 1980

Age: 22  

Home:Shreveport, La.

College:LSU




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