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Sarah Sturm
Sarah Sturm

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Spartanburg, S.C.

High School:
Spartanburg

Last College:
Furman University

Height:
5-5

Experience:
2L



AT ALABAMA: 2007-08 (SENIOR): Was named the Golf World Female College Player of the Week ... was named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll ... played in seven tournaments and recorded a scoring average of 76.46 ... was named the player of the week after helping Alabama to its second team title of the season with a 10th place finish at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic ... carded a 220 (+4) at the classic, her second best performance of the season ... tallied four rounds of par or below ... was tied for the most tournaments played with 12 ... best tournament score was a 219 (+3) at the Crimson Tide Classic where she finished fifth overall ... best single round came at the Crimson Tide Classic where she carded a 70 (-2).

2006-07 (JUNIOR): Played in all 11 of the team's events and finished in the top 50 in eight of them ... compiled a 76.91 stroke average, the best of her career and good enough for third-best on the team ... fired four rounds of even-par or better and had one round in the 60s ... shot a 69 in the second round of the Cougar Classic, setting a new career mark for 18 holes ... posted a 220 at the Cougar Classic and at the NCAA East Regional, her best 54-hole scores of the season ... tied for 14th place individually at three events, her best finish of the year ...

2005-06 (SOPHOMORE): Posted second-best stroke average on the team (77.71) ... earned five top-25 finishes ... fired a season-best 218 at the Lady Gator Classic and finished second, another career best ... finished in a tie for 35th place to help the Tide place eighth at the NCAA East Regional and qualify for the NCAA Championship.

AT FURMAN: 2004-05 (FRESHMAN): Competed in 10 of 11 events as a true freshman, compiling the fifth-best stroke average for the Southern Conference champion Furman Paladins ... Earned her second career top-10 finish at the Southern Conference championship, finishing ninth ... Shot a career-low at the NCAA East Regional after firing a 231 to tie for 60th place ... posted first career top-10 placing at the Lady Gamecock Classic ... transferred to Alabama after the season with head coach Mic Potter and former Furman teammate Jenny Suh.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Four-time South Carolina All-State performer ... played on the Spartanburg varsity boys team for four years ... won the Spartanburg County Amateur and was a semi-finalist in the South Carolina Women's Championships ... won the AJGA Carolina's Dunlop Qualifier and was a member of the Virginia Match Play team ... member of National Honor Society, was Student Body Treasurer and Anchor Club Senior Member and was a Senior Girl's State nominee ... also competed in volleyball and soccer for Spartanburg High ... daughter of Kevin and Marilyn Sturm ... Financial Planning major ... born on March 16, 1986.

     
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