Marianne Ruud
Marianne Ruud


Oslo, Norway

High School:
Norweigan Top Athlete School


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Comes to the Lady Tiger golf team as one of the most acclaimed players in Europe ... Sat out fall of 1999 at Memphis ... Is expected to play one of the top positions for the Lady Tigers this spring ... 2000 - Qualified for all five fall events ... Placed fifth in the Memphis Women's Intercollegiate with rounds 78-77-77 ... Tied for 20th in the North Carolina Franklin Street Trust ... Tied for 30th in the Pine Needles Invitational to end the fall season ... Had a low round of 74 in the Furman Lady Paladin ... 1999-00 - Sat out during the fall of 1999 but qualified for all of the spring tournaments ... Opened her collegiate career in the GTE "Mo" Morial at Texas A&M ... Tied for 16th in her first collegiate event ... Tied for 32nd the following week at the Bryan National ... Returned to the top twenty in the Cleveland Golf Classic with a tie for 15th ... Had her best performance of the spring when she finished third in the Conference USA Championships ... Opened the C-USA event with a one-over par 73 and closed the championship with a four under par round of 68 ... Was named to the Conference USA All-Tournament team and was selected as the Conference USA Freshman of the Year ...Averaged 77.5 strokes per round in the spring of 2000 to lead team ... Her 68 in the C-USA Championship was the second lowest score in Memphis Lady Tiger golf ... Prep- Was ranked as the number two Norwegian Junior Lady ... Was a member of the Norwegian National Junior Golf Team from 1994 to 1998 ... Won the Scandinavian Junior Team Championship in 1997 ... Placed second in the Scandinavian Women's Team Championship in 1997 ... Helped her team to a seventh place in the European Team Championships ... Was the winner of the 1997 Rommen Open (Professional/Amateur) and set a new course scoring record ... Was the winner of the 1997 Sagsaskipet ... Was 4th in the Swedish Teen Tour ... Finished second in the Stavanger Open ... Was third in the Arendal Open and the A Junior Tour ... Plays to a 2.7 handicap ... She played the number four spot on the Swedish Team Tour and number ten on the European Young Masters ... Was number one on the Nordic Junior Team ... Was second overall for the 1996 season in the Junior A Tour ... Won the Norwegian Team Championship in 1996 and placed second in the Scandinavian Team Championship ... Was third in the Norwegian Girls 18 and Under Championships in 1995 ... Was a member of the National team that participated in the European Championships ... Winner of the Scandinavian Team Championship in 1995 ... Played on the National Youth Team and the National Ladies Team in Norway ... Attended the Norwegian Top Athletes School in Oslo.

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