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Kelly Schaub
Joined LPGA: Birthday: March 12, 1980
College: University of Denver Residence: Greeley, Colo.

Just finished her Senior year at the University of Denver were she was a marketing major.

Returned to the team after taking a year off to overhaul her swing and immediately became Denver's No. 1 player . . . began the year on fire, placing in a tie for fourth at the season-opening Ptarmigan Fall Classic, where she fired a 1-over par 217 in three rounds. She finished just six strokes back . . . came into her own two weeks later at Denver's own Highlands Ranch Intercollegiate, blistering the field with rounds of 67-71 - 138 (6-under) and winning by a jaw-dropping seven strokes. Her opening-round 5-under par 67 stands as the best round in program history and she was the only player in the 78-player field to finish the tournament under par. It was Denver's first-ever individual tournament win and the Pioneers captured a team tournament for the first time in school history . . . finished fall with a team-best scoring average of 73.58 in 12 rounds.

Recorded best finish of the fall season in her first tournament, a tie for seventh at the Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic after shooting 79-71-76-226. Her second round 71 was also the lowest single round score ever by a Denver women's golfer. . . Her 77.46 fall average was a team best. . . earning All-Sun Belt Conference honors.
1998-99: Recorded three top-five finishes and five top-10 finishes...Unofficially placed second at the Sun Belt Championship...Compiled a season average of 78.20.

Four year letterwinner in golf...Named to the all-state team three years...Earned a spot on the All-Colorado team in 1998...Named to the Colorado Women's Golf Association all-star team twice.

Won a silver medal at DU for her academic excellence. . . Has one sister, Holly...Chose Denver for the golf program, head coach Sammie Chergo and its academic standards...Enjoys all sports...Career goal is to become a member of the LPGA and 'dominate'. . . Daughter of Rod and Cindi Schaub.

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