Just nine strokes separate first from 10th after 18 holes of play
Fall 2014: Ranked third on the team during the fall with a 73.83 stroke average while competing in all four of Northwestern's tournaments ... Opened the Stanford Intercollegiate (Oct. 17-19) with a career-best tying total of 69, the fourth of her college college ... Followed that with an even-par 71 in the second round en route to a fall-best 21st-place finish ... During the summer of 2014, won her second consecutive Hawaii State Match Play Championship title.... Placed in the top 20 in the highly-competitive Canadian Women's Amateur Championship.
2013-14: Second Team All-Big Ten ... Played in all 12 events, recording a 74.97 scoring average, which ranks seventh in NU single-season history and first in program history among first-year players ... Two top-10 finishes and five top-20 showings ... Seven rounds under par, including three in the 60's ... NU's second-highest finisher at the 2014 NCAA Championships (May 20-23) ... Carded a 1-under 69 during the third round of NCAA's ... Part of the NU group of five that played at the NCAA West Regional (May 8-10) and qualified for the 2014 NCAA Championships ... Competed at the 2014 Big Ten Championships (April 25-27), helping NU place third ... Placed in the top 20 at the Silverado Showdown, helping NU finish third in the 15-team field ... Carded a 6-over 222 (74-74-74) ... Helped NU set a new single-round record with an 11-under 277 to win stroke play of the Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic (April 4-6) ... Tied for ninth with an even 72 during stroke play and went 2-1 during match play at the Liz Murphey ... Had two rounds under par to place in the top 10 and help NU capture the team title at the Hurricane Classic (March 3-5) ... Recorded a career-low score of 2-over 215 (76-69-70) to tie for seventh for her first top-10 finish ... Led NU at its spring opener, the Lady Puerto Rico Classic (Feb. 16-18), tying for 17th with a career-low score of 5-over 221 (74-74-73) ... Helped the Wildcats place third in Puerto Rico ... Notched a 4-over 217, including her lowest round of the season, a 2-under 69 in the first round of the Stanford Intercollegiate (Oct. 25-27) ... Tied for 29th at this contest (69-75-73=217) ...Tied for 29th at the 2013 Windy City Collegiate Classic (Sept. 30-Oct. 1) ... Scored on par in the second round and finished at 8-over 221 for the tournament (74-71-76) ... First top-20 finish at the Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire Invitational (Sept. 20-21) ... Scored a 4-over 223, including a 2-under 71 in the second round, to tie for 18th ... Made her Wildcat debut as one of five starters at the Mary Fossum Invitational (Sept. 14-15) ... Scored a 2-over 74 in the final round and tied for 41st (80-79-74=233, +17).
2013-14 Results: Mary Fossum Invitational 80-79-74=233 (+17) (T-41st) Dick McGuire Invitational 74-71-78=223 (+4) (T-18th) Windy City Collegiate Classic 74-71-76=221 (+8) (T-29th) Stanford Intercollegiate 69-75-73=217 (+4) (T-29th) Lady Puerto Rico 74-74-73=221 (+5) (T-17th) Hurricane Invitational 76-69-70=215 (+2) (T-7th) Bryan National Collegiate 78-74-84=236 (+20) (T67th) Liz Murphey Collegiate 72 (E) (T-9th) Def. Ana Mendez (NC State), 4-and-2 Lost to Victoria Trapani (Auburn), 2-and-1 Def. Isabel Southard (Denver), 2-up Silverado Showdown 74-74-74=222 (+6) (T-19th) Big Ten Championships 81-78-74=233 (+17) (T-31st) NCAA West Regional 77-77-81=235 (+19) (T-61st) NCAA Championships 77-76-69-74=296 (+6) (T-74th)
High School: Three-time qualifier for the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship ... Qualified for match play at the 2013 U.S. Women's Amateur Championship, advancing to the Round of 32 ... Won the 2013 U.S. Amateur Qualifier in Hawaii, carding a 70 ... Won the 2013 Hawaii State Women's Match Play Championship prior to arriving at Northwestern, defeating the defending champion ... 2012 Hawaii Girls Golf State Champion ... Antigua National High School Champion in 2011 ... Ranked No. 27 in her class by Junior Golf Scoreboard.
Personal: Daughter of Gary and Kay Komoto ... Attended the same high school as LPGA player Michelle Wie and President Barack Obama ... Intended major is economics.