Steen can now compete on 2014 LPGA tour events with third Symetra Tour title.
2012 graduate second on money list after five events
Lady Tigers to participate in Lady Eagle Invitational Mar. 10-11 in Hattiesburg, Miss.
Tiger student-athletes combine for cumulative 3.0 GPA
For the third straight year, the Lady Tigers finished in the NGCA's top-10.
Honors and Awards
-Holds the single-season scoring record of 73.97 strokes/round (Set in 2010-11)
Spring 2012: Shot 75-78-79--232 at the UCF Challenge while combatting a cold, finishing the three-day tournament tied for 74th place ... Greatly improved upon her UCF Challenge performance by shooting 73-77-74--224 at the Sir Pizza Cards Challenge, tying for 16th place and helping the Lady Tigers to a sixth-place team finish ... Fired rounds of 74-70-75--219 (+3) to finish tied for fifth-place at Augusta State's Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate ... Finished tied with teammate Julia Hodgson for 58th place at Ole Miss' Rebel Intercollegiate, shooting rounds of 83-77-74--234 ... Concluded her Lady Tiger career by finishing tied for 18th place at the 2012 Conference USA Championship by shooting 75-82-74--231 throughout the three-day tournament ... National Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholar Athlete ... Conference USA women's golf scholar athlete.
Fall 2011: Competed in all five of Memphis' fall tournaments ... Opened her senior campaign in impressive fashion, carding a one-round tally of 70, two-under par, to win the Lady Tigers' first tournament of the season, the rain-shortened Chris Banister Golf Classic ... Shared sixth-place honors with teammate Kathleen Glavin at Louisville's Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup, carding a 36-hole mark of (76-74--150) ... Paced the Lady Tigers at ECU Lady Pirate Invitational, shooting (70-78-74--222) to place 15th ... Paced the Lady Tigers to the team's first tournament victory at the 2011 Memphis Women's Fall Invitational shooting (71-75-69--215) ... Finished the final fall season of her career by claiming second-place honors at the 2011 UAB Fall Beach Blast, shooting rounds of (77-73--150).
Spring 2011: Posted four top-10 finishes in six spring events, including one first place showing and one runner-up finish ... Opened the spring with a 77th place showing at the UCF challenge ... Rebounded to finish fifth at the Sir Pizza Cards Challenge with rounds of 70-75-74 ... Continued her strong play by finishing ninth at the Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate ... Earned her third medalist honor of the season by posting rounds of 71-73 at the Lady Eagle Invitational, a performance that helped to lead Memphis to its third team title of the season ... Placed 25th amongst stiff competition at the Rebel Intercollegiate ... Completed the campaign by placing second at the C-USA Championship with rounds of 77-70-73 ... Held an average finish of 12.3 and posted nine top-10 finishes throughout the season.
Fall 2010: Finished the fall with a 73.2 scoring average, besting the all-time record of 74.1 set by Stacey Tate ... Earned medalist honors twice during the fall and helped Memphis toteam titles in both events ... Posted scores of 71-67 to claim the individual title at the season-opening Bobcat Invitational ... Also won the UAB Fall Beach Blast with scores of 73-70 ... Finished in the top-10 in all five events, including top-five in all but one ... Held a 218.2 tournament scoring average and turned in a career-low round of 67 in the first round of the Bobcat Invitational.
Spring 2010: Recorded her seventh career top-20 finish with a tie for 13th place showing at the Hurricane Invitational ... Fired rounds of 76-69-81 in the event...Round of 69 is her career-low and the first round in the 60's under Coach Harrelson ... Claimed medalist honors at the USA Lady Jaguar Invitational and led Memphis to a team title with rounds of 75-73-74 ... Led the tournament in pars and par-four scoring ... Posted scores of 81-73-71 to grab a share of fifth place at the Cincinnati Spring Invitational ... Helped lead the Lady Tigers to a sixth place team showing...Turned in her third consecutive top-five finish and sixth top-10 of the season by finishing in a tie for fourth at the EKU Lady Colonel Classic ... Rounds of 76-74-75 helped lead Memphis to its lowest 54-hole total of the season and a runner-up finish ... Tied for the tournament lead in par-four scoring (4.03).
Fall 2009: Qualified #1 for the Lady Paladin Invitational, where she fired rounds of 83-78 to finish T52 ... Came back strong at the Cincinnati Fall Classic, shooting 78-82-75 to tie for 10th ... Turned in her low finish of the fall, T8, at the Lady Red Wold Classic with scores of 76-77 ... Posted her third consecutive top-10 finish at the CSU Wendy's Invitational with rounds of 76-77 ... Finished 26th with scores of 78-77 while helping to lead Memphis to victory at the UAB Fall Beach Blast.
Spring 2009: Continued to be a force in the spring...fired rounds of 78-80-77 in the Qdoba Invitational to finish 37th ... Narrowly missed the top-20 at the Lady Eagle Invitational, carding rounds of 80-81 to finish 23rd ... Recorded her lowest finish of the spring at the Rebel Intercollegiate, where she posted rounds of 76-75-77 to finish tied for 12th ... Was the second lowest finisher for Memphis at the C-USA Championship, where her three-day total of 252 earned her a 26th place finish.
Fall 2008: Was one the Lady Tigers' most consistent performers ... Competed in all four events and posted two top-20 finishes at the Lady Red Wolf Classic and Ross Resorts Invitational ... Had a low finish of fourth at the Lady Red Wolf Classic, where she fired rounds of 78-78-74 ... Held the lowest scoring average on the team at 78.6 strokes per round.
Was a standout performer at Lakota West High School in West Chester, Ohio ... Achieved honors of first team all-conference, first team all-district, first team all-city, second team all-state and was a member of her high school's 2006 State Championship team ... Held a 4.1 GPA in high school and was a recipient of the J. Kyle Braid Leadership Foundation Award.
Born December 4, 1989 in Cincinnati, Ohio, daughter of Tod and Kathy Steen.