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Carly Ray Goldstein
Height: 5'6"
Class: Sophomore
Experience: 1 Letter
City/State: Coral Springs, Fla.
High School: Coral Glades HS
Born: 04/06/1995
Carly Ray Goldstein Bio
Courtesy: LSUsports.net (@LSUsports)
Release: 07/18/2014

FRESHMAN SEASON (2013-14)
Played in four events, averaging 78.18 a round for LSU … Best finish was a strong second in the SMU/DAC Invitational, posting rounds of 73-73 for a 146 total … Best 54-hole total was her first event at the Tar heel Invitational when she posted 232 … Was a summer winner of qualifying events for the Women’s Amateur Public Links (course record 68) and sectional qualifying for the U.S. Women’s Amateur (70) … In the WAPL, advanced thru qualifying to match play before falling in the round of 64.

PRIOR TO LSU
One of the more decorated junior golfers to come to LSU as far as pre-college wins, having recorded 100 junior wins … Three-year letter winner at Coral Glades under coach Kimberly Krawczyk … 2012 Class 2A Individual State Girls High School champion … Player of the Year in both Broward and Dade County; Miss Florida Golf 2012 … Featured in a November 2012 issue of Sports Illustrated in its “Faces In The Crowd” feature after shooting her 4-under 140 to win the high school title … Has been playing tournament golf since she was eight … Won Future Collegians World Tour Under 14 National Championship and reached the quarterfinals as a 12-year-old in the internationally known Doherty Cup, where she was the youngest in an 80-year-old tournament at that time to reach match play … Also played in the Champions Tour’s First Tee Open with Nick Price and Andy North.

PERSONAL
Born on April 6, 1995 … Right handed … Father is Barry Goldstein, a professional golf instructor for many years … One sister, Aubrey … Anticipated major at LSU is mass communications … Likes to swim, shop or “hang with friends” for relaxation … On deciding to come to LSU, she said, “I really liked the coaches and the big school atmosphere; great golf program and facilities” … Member of the Straight A Honor Roll in High School and was named Scholar Athlete of the Year … Favorite foods are lobster and steak; and, “anything chocolate” for dessert … Favorite Pro Golfers are Natalie Gulbis and Adam Scott.

COLLEGIATE FINISHES

2013-14
Ruth Chris Tar Heel Invitational 81-75-76 – 232 t80
LSU Tiger Golf Classic 82-73-78 – 233 t45
SMU/DAC Invitational 73-73 – 146 t2
SEC Women’s Golf Championship 86-85-78 – 249 69

Career Statistics:

Season
Rounds
Strokes
Avg.
Par or Under
Low 18
Low 54
Top 10
Best
2013-14
11
860
78.18
0
73
232
1
t2
2014-15
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Totals
11
860
78.18
0
73
232
1
t2
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