News and notes on Purdue Athletics
News & Notes on Purdue Athletics.
Alumnae Christel Boeljon, Maria Hernandez and Paula Reto are set for the Coates Golf Championship.
The Purdue women's golf team has achieved unprecedented success under head coach Devon Brouse.
The Boilermakers are competing in their 14th-consecutive NCAA Championships on May 21 to 24 in Athens, Ga.
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