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    Innapha Tantanavivat
    Innapha Tantanavivat

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Bangkok, Thailand

    High School:
    David Leadbetter Academy

    Last College:
    University of Georgia



    2010-11: Competed as an individual at the Windy City Collegiate Classic (Oct. 4-5), posting a 41-over 254 ... Finished with a 84.67 scoring average.

    2009-10: Saw action in seven events for Northwestern with a 77.05 scoring average over 21 rounds ... Placed 18th at the Lady Northern Invitational (Sept. 27-28), shooting a season-low 9-over 225 for the fifth top-20 finish of her career ... Also tied a career-best with a 1-under 71 during the second roud of the Lady Northern ... Shot a 1-over 73 during the second round of the Mary Fossum Invitational (Sept. 12-13) and the final round of the Central District Invitational (Feb. 22-23) ... Recorded scores in the 70s in 15 of her 21 rounds on the year ... NGCA All-American Scholar recipient ... Academic All-Big Ten.

    2008-09: Had a breakout season in her first year as a Wildcat, competing in all 11 events for Northwestern with a 78.15 scoring average ... Put together her best outing of the year at the Windy City Collegiate (Oct. 6-7), finishing in a tie for sixth-place with a 6-over 222, including a 1-under 71 in the second round ... Had three additional top-20 finishes, including tying for 18th at the Lady Puerto Rico (Feb. 8-10) with a 13-over 229 ... Tied for 20th at both the Lady Buckeye (April 18-19), with a 16-over 232, and the Big Ten Championships (April 24-26), finishing with a 32-over 320 ... Recorded scores in the 70s in 23 of her 34 rounds on the season ... Was among the top-three Northwestern finishers in nine of 11 tournaments, placing at the top of the Wildcat scorecard twice ... Academic All-Big Ten.

    2007-08 (at Georgia): Named to both the National Golf Coaches Association's All-American Scholar team and the SEC Academic Honor Roll after posting perfect 4.0 GPAs during both of her first two semesters at Georgia ... In the Bulldogs' lineup for nine events, including all eight tournaments on the spring slate ... During the fall, earned a spot in the lineup during qualifying for the season opener -- the Mason Rudolph Championship -- and also competed against New Mexico and Duke at the Hooter's/NGCA Collegiate Match Play Championships ... Rallied from 2-down with three holes to play against New Mexico's Alexandra Phelps to halve her match and clinch the team victory for Georgia in the first round of the Match Play Championships ... Tallied consecutive even-par 72s in the first and second rounds of the PING/ASU Invitational and was even through 15 holes of the final round before a triple-bogey at No. 16 pushed her to 3-over, placing 14th ... Recorded her second-straight top-20 effort by tying for 17th at the SEC Championship ... Posted an even-par 72 on the second day of the SECs, her fourth par-or-better tally in an eight-round span...versus two in her first 13 loops of the season.

    High School: Attended the David Leadbetter Academy in Bradenton, Fla., where she was named the program's Most Improved Player in 2006 ... No. 13 ranked junior among the Class of 2007 in the Golfweek/Titleist Performance Index ... Captured medalist honors at a quartet tournaments - the Future Collegians World Tour (FCWT) ChampionsGate Open, the International Junior Golf Tour (IJGT) at Orange Lake and the Florida Junior Tour (FJT) Belleview Biltmore in 2006 and the FCWT Saddlebrook Junior Classic in 2005 ... Posted a stroke average of 74.91 in 45 rounds played during 2006 and 2007.

    Personal: Born Innapha Tantanavivat ... Daughter of Somsak and Wilaiporn Tantanavivat ... Name is pronounced "In-ah-PAH" "Tahn-tahn-ah-WE-watt" ... Plans to major in business.

    Tantanavivat's Career Statistics

    Season Events Rounds Strokes Average Low Round Top 10/20
    2010-11 1
    3
    254
    84.67
    82
    0/0
    2009-10 7
    21
    1,618
    77.05
    71
    0/1
    2008-09 11
    34
    2,657
    78.15
    71
    1/3
    Career 19 58 4,529 78.09 71 1/4