2009-10 (Junior): A Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention honoree ... She finished in the top-10 at two events and in the top-20 in two events ... Shot equal or better than par in seven out of 28 rounds ... She participated in 10 events during the season ... Posted a 219 (+6) and finished tied for seventh at the NCAA West Regional ... Competing in the Pac-10 Championships, she shot a third round 71, ended up with 227 and tying for 23rd place ... Competing in the PING/ASU Invitational she carded a 222 and shot a 72 in the first round ... Competing in the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational, she posted scores of 75-71-76 = 222 (+6) and finished tied for eighth ... At the Bruin Wave Invitational, she shot an individual and team low 68 in the first round, propelling her to a finish tied for 13th (218 (+2) ... Participating in the Wildcat Invitational she carded a 147 (+5) and tied for 12th ... In the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown she posted a third round 71 and total score of 231 ... At the Stanford Women's Intercollegiate she shot a 70 in the first round and finished with 224 ... Playing in the Windy City Collegiate Championship she carded a 232 for the event ... She competed in the Mason Rudolph Championship and shot a 145 for the match ... She finished atop the Wildcats leader board on two occasions.
2008-09 (Sophomore): Team leader of youthful Wildcats squad who posted a team-best scoring average of 74.15 ... Fired a pair of sub-70 rounds on the season, including a career-best round of 67 in the second round of the PING/ASU Invitational ... Finished that event with her best 54-hole total of the campaign at even par to claim fifth place ... Posted rounds of par or better on five occasions, including bookend rounds at the UCF Invitational ... Shot 74 in the second round of that even to finish the tournament at 2-over par and share 23rd position ... Finished the Pac-10 Championships at 7-over par and helped the Wildcats claim fourth place ... Shared team-low scoring honors with Isabelle Boineau at the NCAA West Regionals by shooting 4-over for the weekend and pace the Cats to seventh place, which qualified the team for the NCAA Championships ... Missed a pair of events during the season, first to represent her native Mexico in the World Amateur Golf Team Championships ... Led Mexican team with 72-hole total of 12-over par total of 300 ... Also was selected to play in LPGA Mastercard Classic in Huixquilcan, Mexico ... Finished professional event with 36-hole total of 11-over par, missing the cut by just four strokes.
2007-08 (Freshman): An honorable mention All-Pac-10 selection ... Quickly established herself in the heart of the UA lineup ... Finished second at the Mexican Women's Amateur Championship, Jan. 14, with a six-over 222 total ... Her stroke average was nearly a half stroke lower (0.33) over her last 25 rounds played ... Saw action in all 12 events and ranks third on the team in stroke average and rounds at par or better and second with five top-20 finishes ... Joins Alison Walshe as the only Wildcats to notch a round in the 60s (two) and post an under-par tournament total ... Finished in a tie for 93rd place at the NCAA Championships, May 20-23, with a 77-80-82-75=314 (+26) total ... Tied for 56th place at the NCAA West Regional with a 78-69-81=228 (+12) effort ... Finished in a tie for 16th place at the Pac-10 Championships with a 73-77-76=226 (+13) ... Tied for 24th place at the PING/ASU Invitational with a 72-74-76=222 (+6) ... Earned a 12th place finish at the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational with a 77-72-79=228 (+12) ... Tallied a 70-78-76=224 (+11) to tie for 16th place at the Wildcat Invitational ... Tied for 45th at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge with a 17-over 230 total ... Posted her best finish and low tournament total of the season with a 69-70-75=214 (-2) total at the Las Vegas Collegiate ... Her opening-round 69 was her season low ... Carded a 72-75-73=220 (+7) to tie for 16th place at the Stanford Fall Intercollegiate ... Tied for 41st at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational with a 17-over 233 total ... Finished in a tie for 61st place at the NCAA Preview with an 11-over 230 ... Tied for 77th place at the Mason Rudolph Championship win an 18-over 234.
High School: Graduated from CAEA in 2007 ... Five-time state champion (Mexico City) ... Five-time national champion ... Picked up a first-place finish at the Texas Junior Golf Tour ... First place at the Junior's American Cup ... Finished third at the Callaway Junior World Championship ... Played in the American Junior Golf Association for four years ... 2002-03 Player of the Year ... Played in six LPGA tournaments in Mexico.
Personal: Full name is Alejandra Llaneza ... Daughter of Jorge Llaneza and Ma. Concepcion Llaneza ... Academic major is interdisciplinary studies ... Golf swing coach is Rafael Alarcon, who is also Lorena Ochoa's coach ... Enjoys playing soccer, tennis, and going to the movies with friends.