Freshman Madchen Ly named team MVP after earning WAC Freshman of the Year and first-team all-WAC
Three Bulldogs earned All-WAC honors as Fresno State finished third in the conference tournament
The women's golf team will head into the final day of the WAC Championship in third place
The Bulldogs shot an opening round 17-over, 305 in their final WAC Championship
The Bulldogs head to Arizona to face five other conference opponents in the WAC Championship.
Last updated: June 21, 2012
2011-12 (Senior): Named second-team All-WAC for the third year in a row ... competed in all 10 tournaments ... averaged a team and career-best 75.83 strokes per round over 29 rounds ... counted her score in every round ... tied for the lowest round on the team with a 70 at the Cowgirl Desert Intercollegiate ... posted four rounds of par or better ... recorded seven top 25 finishes, three of which were in the top 10 ... best finish was fifth at both the Cowgirl Desert Intercollegiate (70-76-79--225) and WAC Championship (73-73-74--220) ... placed seventh at the Rose City Collegiate (75-78-72--225) ... led the team with 67 birdies which ranked 93rd in the nation ... named co-captain ... nominated for the Kim Moore Spirit award ... earned Academic All-WAC honors ... named team's Top 'Dog.
2010-11 (Junior): Named second-team All-WAC for second year in a row ... competed in 10 out of 11 tournaments ... best finish was third at CU Heather Farr Memorial with rounds of 72-69-81--222 ... recorded four Top 10 finishes ... led the team with a 76.21 scoring average ... lowest round of the team with a 69 at the CU Heather Farr Memorial ... led the team with 70 birdies and a 4.25 Par 4 Scoring average ... nominated for the Kim Moore Spirit award ... named team MVP and Most Inspirational Player ... earned Academic All-WAC.
2009-10 (Sophomore): Named second-team All-WAC ... competed in all ten tournaments ... won the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational in Hawai'i with scores of 66-76-74--216 ... selected the Golf World National Player of the Week after her performance in Hawai'i ... led the team with a 76.31 scoring average ... shot the lowest round on the team with a 66 ... led the team with four rounds of par or better ... named team's Top 'Dog.
2008-09 (Freshman): Competed in seven of the nine tournaments ... came in a tie for second place at the WAC Championships with rounds of 70-73-74--217 ... averaged 76.48 stokes per round ... shot the lowest round on the team with a 70 ... compiled 37 birdies ... first round scoring average was 74.57, which was first on the team by two strokes ... during the summer, beat the No. 1 team in Germany in a match play competition ... Dean's List.
Werner Heisenberg Gymnasium: In 2006, won the Harder-German Junior Masters and took seventh at the German National Championships ... in 2005, placed fourth at the Harder-German Junior Masters and took eighth at the German National Championships.
Personal: Born October 15, 1988, in Heidelberg, Germany ... parents are Angelika and Roland Lies ... has one older brother, Henrik ... enjoys cooking, music, socializing with friends and all sports ... most admires her mom because she is amazing ... biggest athletic thrill was winning the Harder-German Junior Masters in 2006 ... lists favorite athlete as Roger Federer because he is "down to earth" ... also recruited by Indiana and Tulsa ... decided to attend Fresno State because she loved the coach and the pride of the university.
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