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Lani Elston
Lani Elston

Class:
RS Junior

Hometown:
Spokane, Wash.

Last College:
Idaho

Height:
5-8

General: Possesses all-around talents and can contribute to the team academically and athletically...A redshirt during the 2002-03 season...A former junior golf All-American who transferred from the University of Idaho after one season as a Vandal... Possesses all-around talents and can contribute to the team academically and athletically... Already earned a number of accolades in her one year of collegiate golf, including all-conference and academic honors.

Fall 2003: Consistently contributed to the team... Shot her best at Arizona during the Pepsi-Stanford Invitational 222 (+6)...Was 11-over-par 227 at the NCAA Fall Preview.

Redshirt Freshman (2002-03): Sat out the season as a redshirt freshman

Idaho (2001-02): Played one season at the University of Idaho where she led the team with a 76.00 scoring average... Named to the Big West all-conference first team... Named to the school's athletic honor roll in both of her semesters at Idaho... Also on the Dean's List for two semesters... Inducted into the National Honors Society of Collegiate Athletes.

Junior Golf: Won the American Junior Golf Association's 2001 Thunderbirds Invitational in Phoenix, Ariz.... Also took first place at the AJGA Las Vegas Legacy tournament... Named most valuable player at the 2001 Canon Cup, the AJGA's Ryder Cup-style event... Compiled a record of three wins, zero losses and one tie in the 2001 Canon Cup... Finished fourth at the 2000 AJGA Betsy Rawls Girls National Championship... Reached the Round of 16 at the 2000 USGA Girls Junior Championship.

High School: Was home-schooled, but competed for Ferris High School in interscholastic high school golf... Earned four varsity letters under coach Clarence Hough... Named to the all-Washington state first team on four occasions... Named team most valuable player four times in high school... Four-time all-city most valuable player... Set scoring record for Washington state high school championships in 2001, shot 71-72+143... Scoring average in her senior year of high school was 70.0... A two-time American Junior Golf Association All-American.

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