Mia Landegren
Mia Landegren


Bridgewater, Conn.

High School:
Shepaug Valley




86 Alabama Student-Athletes Earn a Place on SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll

The Alabama men's swimming and diving team led all UA and conference teams with 15 honors


Women's Golf Rallies for a Ninth-Place Finish at NCAA Championships

Stephanie Meadow shoots 66 to finish tied for fourth at 1-under-par 279


Women's Golf Moves into Tie for 11th with Strong Second Round

Meadow & Jackson shot 1-under 69; Talley cards a 70 as Alabama makes move in round two


Women's Golf 16th at NCAA Championships

Crimson Tide shoots 305 in the opening round with Janie Jackson leading the way with a 75


Women's Golf Opens Play at the NCAA Championships Tuesday

Stephanie Meadow and Crimson Tide begin its ninth straight NCAA Championships


Mia Landegren arrives at the Capstone after a heralded junior career ... a talented player who could step in and contribute for the Crimson Tide as a true freshman.


Hails from Bridgewater, Conn., where she won the 2012 Connecticut State Women's Amateur in August of 2012 with a tournament-record 2-over-par 146 ... holds dual citizenship in the United States and Sweden (her father's country of origin) and helped the Swedish National Team win the 2012 European Girls Championship, after a fourth-place finish in 2011 ... attended Shepaug Valley High School, which does not have a girls golf team, so she played the No. 1 position for the boys team and served as the captain ... earned All-State honors at the CIAC Boys Division IV Golf Championship, after finishing fourth in the state in 2012 ... helped lead Shepaug Valley win the New England High School Championship as a freshman ... captured the 2012 AJGA Killington Junior Golf Championship that included a 6-under 64 en route to the victory ... the 64 was tied for the lowest score in a 2012 AJGA event ... placed second at the 2012 FCWT Red Tails, carding a 2-under 142 after rounds of 72 and 70 ... posted a third-place finish at the 2011 Connecticut State Women's Amateur and 11th at the Connecticut Women's Open where she was third among amateurs ... qualified to play in the 2011 U.S. Women's Public Links Championships at Bandon Dunes in Oregon ... helped the Swedish National Team win the 2009 and 2010 Tinius Cup ... represented the state of Connecticut in the 2011 United States Team Championship and finished 11th individually in the 2011 German Girls Open Amateur ... daughter of Erik and Patti Landegren and is a triplet, along with sisters Emma and Hanna.