Elizabeth Swallow
Elizabeth Swallow
Height: 5-6
Year: So.
Hometown: Berkshire, England

Career Statistics (through 2013-14)

2013-14: Conference Carolinas Player of the Year...First team All-Conference Carolinas...Conference Carolinas individual medalist...First King women's golfer to qualify for an NCAA Regional...Finished 24th at the NCAA South Regional after shooting 80-73-78 for a total of 231...Recorded top-10 finishes in nine of the 10 tournaments she entered, including six top-5 finishes and four tournament titles...Won her first two tournaments of the season, shooting 76-71 for a total of 147 to win the season opening Tusculum Fall Classic...Followed that with a pair of even-par, 71's to win the King University Invitational by 10 strokes...Carded her low round of 71 four times throughout the year...Finished second by only four strokes at the TSYS Collegiate Classic before winning the next event...Was the individual medalist at teh Hilton Head Lakes Invitational after shooting 152 (76-76)...Won the Conference Carolinas championship with a total score of 149 (75-74)...King University Female Scholar Athlete of the Year.

2012-13: Named first team All-Conference Carolinas... Led the Tornado with a scoring average of 77.78... Finished in the top-10 in all but two tournaments... Placed 10th in the first two events of her career, the Tusculum Fall Classic and the Myrtle Beach Intercollegiate... Shot 80-76 (156) at the Tusculum Fall Classic on September 24-25, followed that with scores of 75-78 (153) on October 1-2 at the Myrtle Beach Intercollegiate... Finished fourth at the King College Invitational on October 8-9 after shooting 80-79 (159)... Posted scores of 75-76 (151) at the Ptsy Rendleman Invitational on October 15-16 to finish fourth... Registered her best tournament score of the season at the Hilton Head Lakes Invitational on March 11-12, placing second with a one-over 145 (72-73)... Follwed that with another second place finish after carding scores of 78-72 (150) at the Pinehurst Challenge on March 18-19... Placed third at the Conference Carolinas Championship with scores of 79-80 (159) on April 20-21... Named SAAC Student-Athlete of the Month in March.