Freshman cards program-record 69 to help Ramblers to team title
Ramblers break 300 mark (299) for first time in program history
Carly Schneider's team-low 77 leads way for Ramblers
Carey Farley, April Ohlendorf and Carly Schneider all open tournament with 79
Ramblers travel to Ohio to take on competitive field
at the Windy City Shootout at Cog Hill, Lemont.
2012-13: Posted a team-best 80.0 average through 23 rounds of play...Finished in the top-10 on four separate occasions...Claimed medalist honors at the Green Bay Shootout (75) and the Loyola Inivtational (80-78=158)...Fired a season-low 70 on the second day of the Horizon League Championship that also set a new tournament record for lowest round...Shot under 80 on eight occasions.
2011-12: Bounced back from off-season surgery to post an 82.5 average in 20 rounds...recorded four top-10 finishes...placed tied for third with a 164 (83-81) at the Loyola Invitational...tied for ninth with a 36-hole score of 163 (83-80) at the NIU Huskie Classic...shot a season-best 74 in round two at the season-opening Valpo Invitational...shot under 80 on four occasions...carded a 76 in the second round of the Hotels at Grand Prairie Invitational...member of the Horizon League Academic Honor Roll.
2010-11: Had the most impressive season ever by a Loyola freshman and posted an 80.6 average, which ranked second on the team...became the first-ever Rambler freshman to earn All-Horizon League honors...also became the first Rambler since Marissa Capriola in 2003, and the second overall, to be named Horizon League Newcomer of the Year...accumulated seven top-ten finishes despite missing two events due to illness...began her career in fine fashion, placing fifth with a 159 (78-81) at the season-opening Green Bay Fall Invitational...shot a season-low 75 in round one at the NIU Huskie Classic...tied for second at the Butler Spring Invitational after putting up a 36-hole mark of 159 (77-82)...tied for fifth place with a 242 (77-83-82) to earn all-tournament team recognition at the Horizon League Championship.
High School: Earned both regional (73) and sectional (70) medalist honors in 2008...finished 13th at the Wisconsin state meet in 2008...helped Kettle Moraine to a sixth-place team showing and captured eighth place as an individual at the 2009 Wisconsin state meet...earned second team all-state recognition from the Wisconsin Golf Coaches Association in 2009...named team's most improved player in 2007 and 2008 and most valuable player in 2009...collected impressive performances at the Pepsi Little People's Tournament (fourth place), AJGA Kansas City Open (12th place) and AJGA Michigan Open (ninth place) in 2009 while also placing seventh at the 2010 Women's State Open...member of the National Honor Society and Tri-M Music Honor Society...honor roll student...academic all-state selection...also received the Dick Ohm Merit Award.
Ohlendorf's Career Statistics