Christel Boeljon
Christel Boeljon


Beverwijk, Netherlands

High School:
Willem Blaeu



The Tradition of Success

The Purdue women's golf team has achieved unprecedented success under head coach Devon Brouse.


No. 7 Women's Golf Headed to NCAA Championships

The Boilermakers are competing in their 14th-consecutive NCAA Championships on May 21 to 24 in Athens, Ga.

Boeljon's Career Accomplishments

Junior Season (2007-08)
>Finished fourth at the International European Ladies Amateur Championship at Golf National in Guyancourt, France

Sophomore Season (2006-07)
>One of four nominees for the Honda Sports Award, recognizing the top female collegiate golfer
>Named second team NGCA All-American
>Earned third team Golfweek All-American
>First Team All-Big Ten
>Played in all 13 tournaments
>Averaged 73.4 strokes per round, second lowest on the team
>Tied for second at NCAA Championships
>Placed second at Big Ten Championships
>Finished in the top-eight in seven tournaments
>Fired 14 rounds of even par or under
>Big Ten Golfer of the Week on March 2

Freshman Season (2005-06)
>Named All-American honorable mention
>Honored as the Big Ten Freshman of the Year
>First team All-Big Ten
>Played in all 12 tournaments
>Averaged 74.1 strokes per round, second lowest on the team
>Won the Landfall Tradition
>Placed third at the NCAA West Regional Championships
>Placed in the top-11 in nine tournaments
>Fired 10 rounds of even par or under

High School (Willem Blaeu)
>Won 2005 21-and-under strokeplay national championship.
>Captured first at the Stern Open and was a semifinalist at the Ladies British Amateur in 2005.
>Finished second at the 21-and-under strokeplay national championship and Stern Open in 2004.
>Finished first at the 21-and-under matchplay national championship in 2003.
>In 2002, won the Junior Masters (West Friese) and Swanebeker.

>Majoring in Spanish
>Born July 30, 1987
>Daughter of Jim and Loes Boeljon
>Has a brother, Tim