Onnarin Sattayabanphot
Onnarin  Sattayabanphot


Bangkok, Thailand

High School:
La Salle College

Sattayabanphot's Career Accomplishments

Junior Season (2004-05)
>Named first team All-Big Ten
>Played in all 12 tournaments
>Averaged 75.9 strokes per round, second on team
>Placed in the top-30 10 times
>Finished fourth at the Lady Boilermaker and the Big Ten Championships
>Tied for sixth at the NCAA Central Regional

Sophomore Season (2003-04)
>Her score counted in all 37 rounds Purdue played in
>Led the team with an average of 76.1 strokes per round
>Fired four even or under par rounds
>Tied for fourth at the Badger Invitational
>Finished tied for 57th at the NCAA Championships, a team best
>Eight top-20 finishes

Freshman Season (2002-03)
>Saw action in nine tournaments and averaged 78.7
>Recorded three top-30 finishes
>Began season in January
>Tied for sixth at the Indiana Invitational
>Tied for 31st at the NCAA Central Regionals

High School (La Salle College)
>Captured 11 tournament wins over four years
>Member of the Thai national team from 1999-2001
>Named 1999 Golfer of the Year by the Thailand Amateur Ladies Golf Association.
>Won silver medal as an individual and gold medal as a team member in the 20th Southest Asia Games
>Placed 29th at the 33rd Annual Junior World Gold Championships
>Won silver medal as a team member and gold medal as an individual in the 21st Southest Asia Games

>Majoring in industrial design
>Born Feb. 4, 1984, in Bangkok, Thailand
>Daughter of Ponphan and Nipon Sattayabanphot
>Has three sisters, Onanong, Nutthachon, Nutchanok


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