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Angela De Villa
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Taguig, Philippines
High School: International School Manila City
Experience: 1 Letter

High School:  A native of Taguig City, Philippines, attended International School Manila City...placed second in the 2011 Interscholastic Association of Southeast Asian Schools Tournament with rounds of 72-78 for 150...placed eighth in the Junior Master's with a 36-hole score of 150 and captured the Sycuan Junior World Qualifier with a round of 74...played in the Callaway Junior World Golf Championships at Torrey Pines Golf Course - North Course, shooting 79-78-76...in summer, 2011, tied for fifth at the Phil Mickelson Junior Players Championship played at El Camino Country Club, Escondido Country Club and La Jolla Country Club with rounds of 76-78-76, one stroke out of fourth and six shots behind the medalist...tied for second in the 2010 LA County/La Mirada Jr. Championship at even-par 71, one stroke behind the winner, placed seventh in the College Golf Combines with a 151 and won the Hank Haney Asian Circuit Qualifier with two rounds of 74 for a 148...tied for 12th in the Junior PGA Section Championship at the Morongo Golf Club at Tukwet Canyon - Champions course...in 2010 finished fifth in the 3rd Annual San Diego Junior Masters (Junior World Qualifier) with a 36-hole total of 155, three strokes out of third and seven shots off the lead...veteran of the Junior Golf Foundation of the Philippines and was a consistent representative for her country in the Callaway Junior World since she was 7-years-old...named one of the top junior golfers in the Philippines, and in 2011 was team captain and MVP of her high school team...flew to the U.S. every summer to compete against top amateur players to improve her game.

ANGELA DE VILLA’S COLLEGIATE CAREER

FRESHMAN (2012-13):  Made her collegiate debut in the WSU Cougar Cup in Pullman, Wash., shooting a 235 to finish 49…low round of 73 came in opening round of 36-hole Lamkin Grip/Cal Poly Invitational as she finished tied for ninth at 150…competed in three of the first four spring events, her best outing a 238 to finish 18th at The Gold Rush Presented by Farmers hosted by Long Beach State University…had a stroke average of 79.14.

Misc.:  3.42 high school GPA...plans to major in communication arts...sister, Deborah, played golf at Texas Tech University and was the 2006 Philippine Ladies Amateur Open champion and another sister Linnel played for Cal State San Marcos.

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