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Kristen Simpson
Kristen  Simpson


Norfolk, Va.

High School:
Norfolk Collegiate School

Virginia and Amateur Notes
• Placed second at the 2006 Virginia State Amateur
• Placed seventh in 2005 VSGA stroke play
• Played in the 2005 Women's Transnational (74-75) and the North/ South (82-83)
• Qualified for the 2005 USGA Women's Amateur, advancing to the second round of match play

2006 (Junior - Fall)
• Appearance at the Lady Tar Heel Invitation was her first 54-hole tournament
• Posted UVa's third best score with a 234
• Shot 75 in the first round, her best 18-hole collegiate score
• Was second overall at Richmond's Fall Invitational

2005-06 (Sophomore)
• Played in the 36-hole William & Mary and James Madison Tournaments
• Was 17th at Williams & Mary with a 158

2004-05 (Freshman)
• Academic All-ACC honoree
• Did not play in any tournaments

Norfolk Collegiate School/Junior Golf
• Finished second in the conference tournament as a junior
• A four-year letterwinner in basketball
• Squad won the 2004 conference championship
• Headmaster's Award winner
• Recipient of U.S. President's Award for Educational Excellence

• Born in Norfolk, Va.
• Parents are Howard and Mary-Dolph Simpson
• Has an older brother Wes

Kristen Simpson's Career Statistics

Years Rounds Strokes Avg. Low 2005-2006 4 320 80.00 77

Career Best Tournament Finish: 17th, William and Mary Invitational, March 25-26, 2006 Career Top-10 Finishes: None Career Best 54-Hole Score: NA Career Best 18-Hole Score: 77, William and Mary Invitational, March 25, 2006

Kristen Simpson's Tournament Results

2005-06 UVa Date Tournament 1-2-3-4 Par Tot. Pl. Pl. 3/25-26 William & Mary Invit. 77-81 +14 158 17 3 4/8-9 JMU/Bonnie Hoover Invit. 79-83 +18 162 32 3


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