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Anna Redding
Anna  Redding

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Concord, N.C.

High School:
Cannon


Virginia
2016-17 (Sophomore)

• Competed as an individual at the NCAA Regional Championship in Athens
• Led UVA in scoring with 74.63 stroke average
• Ranked No. 29 in the ACC in stroke average
• Led the team in scoring at Mason Rudolph Championship and ANNIKA Intercollegiate
• Posted her best score of the season at the ANNIKA, shooting 6-under 210
• Also posted her low 18-hole score (68) at ANNIKA
• Named to the ACC Women's Golf All-Academic Team
• Selected to the ACC Honor Roll

2015-16 (Freshman)
• Posted team's No. 4 scoring average at 74.83 that ranked No. 25 in the ACC
• Was 53rd at NCAA Championships and helped UVA to fifth-place finish in media competition
• Had back-to-back top-10 finishes at end of regular season
• Was fifth at ACC Championships at even par 216
• Her finish and tournament scores at ACCs were season bests
• Shot 69 in final round of ACCs to post low 18-hole score for the year
• Her eighth-place finish at Bryan National in regular season finale
• Played in nine tournaments, twice as an individual
• Was 24th in her collegiate career at Cougar Classic (+5, 221), shooting 2-under 70 during her first round
• Finished 62nd at NCAA Regional (Stanford) at +16, 229
• Named to the ACC Women's Golf All-Academic Team

Junior / Amateur Golf
• Reached the match play portion of the 2016 U.S. Amateur
• Played in 2016 U.S. Amateur Championship, reaching the match play portion of the event
• Ranked No. 19 player for Class of 2015 by Polo Junior Rankings
• Listed No. 55 overall in AJGA Polo Junior Rankings
• 2015 Semifinalist at the Women's North and South Amateur
• Champion of the 2015 PKBGT Collegiate Series Event 5
• 2015 AJGA Eagles Dream runner up
• 2015 AJGA Innisbrook top 10 finisher
• Registered top-10 finishes at 2014 and 2015 Sea Pines Junior Heritage
• Was in the top 10 at Vicki DiSantis in 2013, 2014 and 2015
• Qualified for the 2015 Rolex Girls Junior Championship, the Rolex Tournament of Champions, and the Yani Tseng Invitational
• 2014 US Girls Junior qualifier
• 2014 PKBGT Order of Merit Champion
• 2014 AJGA IZOD Championship runner up
• Champion of the 2013 PKBGT Wolfpack Classic
• Finished third in the 2013 Hudson Invitation
• Was ninth at 2013 Bubba Conlee
• Champion on the 2013 North and South Junior Championship
• Qualified for the 2013 Callaway World Junior
• Champion of the PKBGT Invitation at Grandover Resort
• 2013 AJGA Girls Championship top 10 finisher
• Finished third at the 2013 Charles Tilghman shooting 30 on my back nine
• Champion of the 2012 TGF-EJGA-NJGT-TYGA "4" Tour Championship
• Runner up at 2012 AJGA Chateau Elan Preseason Junior

High School/Personal
• Played for coach Pat Whiseneat at Cannon School
• Won four letters in golf
• First team all-conference all four seasons
• CISAA individual champion from 2011 to 2014
• Earned first-team NCISAA all-state honors from 2011 to 2014
• Helped team to NCISAA state championship from 2011 to 2014
• Won the 2014 NCISAA individual state title
• 2014 Charlotte Observer Girls Golfer of the Year
• 2014 Independent Tribune Girls Golfer of the Year
• North Carolina State Girls High School Challenge Individual Champion
• Featured in Faces in the Crowd in the Nov. 10 2014 edition of Sports Illustrated
• Parents are Andea and Mark
• Father was a four-time letterwinner on The Ohio State tennis team
• Mother was a two-time letterwinner for Youngstown State volleyball team
• Has a younger brother (Andrew) and younger sister (Abbey)
• Born in Concord, N.C.

Anna Redding's Career Statistics

YEAR ROUNDS STROKES AVG LOW
2015-2016 28 2095 74.82 69
2016-2017 27 2017 74.70 68
CAREER 55 4112 74.76 68


Anna Redding's Career Bests
Career Best Tournament Finish: 5th, ACC Championships, April 15-17, 2016
Career Top-10 Finishes: 2
Career Best 54-Hole Score: 210, ANNIKA Intercollegiate, Sept. 25-27, 2016
Career Best 18-Hole Score: 210, ANNIKA Intercollegiate, Sept. 25-27, 2016

2015-16 Tournament Results

Date Tournament Score Par Total Overall Place UVa Place
Sept. 13-15 Cougar Classic* 70-79-72 +5 221 24 na
Sept. 18-20 Mason Rudolph 77-75-81 +17 233 76 5
Feb. 12-14 FSU Match-Up 71-75-79 +9 225 23 na
Feb. 21-23 Sugar Bowl Intercol. 79-73-75 +11 227 55 5
March 4-6 Rucker Intercollegiate 74-76-75 +12 225 39 5
April 1-3 Bryan National 77-74-73 +8 224 8 3
April 15-17 ACC Championships 72-75-69 E 216 5 3
May 5-7 NCAA Regional 71-78-80 +16 229 62 4
May 20-23 NCAA Championships 73-75-74-73 +7 295 53 4

2016-17 Tournament Results

Date Tournament Score Par Total Overall Place UVa Place
Sept. 16-18 Mason Rudolph 76-69-74 +3 219 18 1
Sept. 25-27 ANNIKA Intercollegiate 72-68-70 -6 210 11 1
Oct.14-16 Tar Heel Invitation 76-71-73 +4 220 22 2
Oct. 28-30 Landfall Tradition 78-75-72 +9 225 37 3
Feb. 19-21 Sugar Bowl Intercol. 81-80-72 +17 233 65 3
Mar. 3-5 Rucker Intercollegiate 78-77-74 +15 229 56 2
Mar. 31-Apr. 2 Bryan National 78-77-74 +12 228 49 4
April 13-15 ACC Championship 78-76-73 +11 227 33 3
May 8-10 NCAA Regional * 73-72-81 +10 226 43 na
* Competed as a non-scoring individual

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