Women's Golf

    Amber Lindgren  
    Amber Lindgren


    Kokomo, Ind.

    High School:


    JUNIOR YEAR (2007-08)

    Competed in nine tournaments ... had her best finish of the season at the Wolverine Invitational where she tied for 17th with a score of 232 ... recorded a season-best 75 in the opening round of the tournament ... opened the year with four-straight top-30 finishes ... tied for 28th at the Mary Fossum Invitational (80-76-78=234), followed by a tie for 25th at the Lady Northern Invitational (76-78-78=232) ... finished in a tie for 26th at the Johnie Imes Invitational with rounds of 84-83-77 ... competed as an individual at the UNLV Spring Invitational where she tied for 68th (73-78-81=232) ... finished the year with a 79.35 scoring average ... tied for 55th competing as an individual at the Indiana Invitational (78-81-81=240) ... closed out her season at the Big Ten Championship, tying for 49th (85-78-78-80=321) ... recorded a hole-in-one in match play competition against Wisconsin.

    SOPHOMORE YEAR (2006-07)

    Competed in eight tournaments ... finished tied for 29th (74-72-75) at the UNLV Spring Invitational (March 12-14) ... tied for 34th with a two-round score of 156 (82-74) at the IU Invitational (April 9-10) ... competed at the Big Ten Championships (April 27-29) where she finished in a tie for 50th (82-82-82-81) ... recorded a scoring average of 81.38 on the season.

    FRESHMAN YEAR (2005-06)

    Saw action in 11 tournaments on the year ... averaged an 81.00 in 32 competitive rounds ... had a career-best 73 in the first round of the Lady Northern Invitational on Sept. 24-25 ... notched the first top-10 of her collegiate career by finishing in a tie for 10th while competiting as an individual at the Illini Spring Invitational on April 14-15.


    Four-time letterwinner at Western High School ... named second team All-America by the Future Collegiate World Tour in 2004 ... runner-up at the Indiana Girls State Tournament in 2003 and 2004 ... tabbed the 2004 Indiana Golf Tour Player of the Year ... four-year All-Conference, All-Sectional, All-Regional and All-State performer ... was named team MVP in 2004 ... led squad to four regional championships in each of her seasons at Western ... also helped team to a state championship in 2001 ... averaged a 73.9 as a junior and 74.4 as a senior, including a career-low round of 67 in the final qualifying round of the Girls State Juniors at the Players Club in Muncie, Ind .... also a standout on the women's tennis team where she was named all-conference in 2002 and team MVP in 2002, 2003 and 2004 ... a member of the National Honor Society ... parents are Randy and Cherryl Lindgren ... father, Randy, is an alumnus of IU ... majoring in sports marketing and management ... born Jan. 31, 1987.

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