Women's Golf



Albrecht Two-Over Par After First Round At Florida State

The Irish played their first round of the second semester at the Florida State Match-Up


Irish Bound For NCAA Birmingham Regional

Notre Dame to make ninth consecutive NCAA regional appearance, beginning at 7:30 a.m. CT/8:30 a.m. ET Thursday at the historic Shoal Creek Club.


From The First Tee: Irish at ACC Championship

Notre Dame begins postseason play at 9:40 a.m. (ET) Friday.


From The First Tee: Irish at Clover Cup

Notre Dame opens fifth edition of its spring tournament at 10 a.m. (ET) Friday.


From The First Tee: #21 Irish at Westbrook Invitational

Notre Dame tees off spring season at 10:30 a.m. (ET) Sunday.

AS A FRESHMAN: Part of one of the top recruiting classes in the nation alongside her teammate Talia Campbell ... shared co-medalist honors at the BIG EAST Championship with Campbell firing a six-under 210 ... the six-under effort was the lowest round ever fired in the 11-year history of the tournament ... the conference finish also tied as the second-lowest round ever fired in a 54-hole tournament by an Irish golfer ... fired a total of 15 birdies at the league championship, the most gathered by any Irish golfer on the year... selected as the BIG EAST Women's Golf Player of the Year ... named by unanimous vote the BIG EAST Freshman of the Year and to the all-BIG EAST Women's Golf Team ... chosen as the BIG EAST Women's Golf Player of the Month during the month of October ... named the BIG EAST Women's Golf Player of the Week (March 14) ... concluded her first season with the program's best season stroke average ever recorded in the history of the program with a 72.71 through 10 tournaments ... was the highest finisher in eight tournaments among the five active roster members ... led the Irish with eight top-10 finishes ... led Notre Dame with four under par tournaments on the year ... ranked second on the team with rounds counted (27/28) ... eagled in three separate tournaments ... finished the fall slate as the No. 1 ranked golfer in the nation on Golfstat's rankings ... ended the year ranked No. 32 in the country ... top-finisher for the Irish at the NCAA East Regional with a 222/+6 (T-39th) ... runner-up at the Susie Maxwell Berning Classic ... fired two-under par rounds at the Susie Maxwell (68-71) for a five-under 211 ... her 68 ties as the third-lowest round in the history of the program ... finished runner-up at the Windy City Collegiate Classic with a 215/-1 ... tied for third at The Landfall Tradition (70/-2) ... tied for sixth at the Mary Fossum Invitational (220/+4) ... at the Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate fired a four-over 220 (t-6th) ... tied for eighth at the Seminole Match Up with a 218/+2 ... finished tied for ninth at the Clover shooting a 217/+1 ... tied for 32nd at the Briar's Creek Invitational (233/+17).

PREP & PERSONAL: Graduated in the spring of 2012 from Cactus Shadows High School in Scottsdale, Ariz. ... lettered two years in golf under coach Mike Sarraino ... named a four-time Rolex Junior All-American ... won regional and state championships in her freshman year ... ranked as the No. 3 recruit in the nation on the Junior Golf Scoreboard, seventh in the Golfweek Junior Golf rankings and 20th in the Polo golf rankings ... shot an astounding 59 on the Apache Course at Desert Mountain during the `12 Ping Junior Interclub match to become the second female golfer in history to do so, first being Annika Sorenstam ... qualified for the `12 U.S. Women's Open by shooting a 71-69 at Scottsdale's Terravita Golf Club ... tied for 131st with a 78-81 at the `12 U.S. Women's Open at Blackwolf Run in Kohler, Wis. ... finished first and recorded a three round best of shooting a nine-under-par with a 67-68-69 in 2011 at the AJGA Stonehenge Junior Open ... tied for sixth for most career AJGA individuals wins (11, 2006-12) ... tied 10th for most individual AJGA wins in a single year (four, 2012) ... ranked as the top female golfer in the AJGA for most wins in a year and most years with at least one win (7, 2006-12) ... named Golfweek player of the week (June 12, 2012) after shooting 71-67-71 to win the AJGA PING Phoenix Junior at Arizona State University's Karsten Golf Course in a two-hole sudden-death playoff ... helped the U.S. capture the `11 PING Junior Solheim Cup after sealing a crucial 12th point with a 2 & 1 win over England's Charley Hull ... chosen as a member for the East vs. West Wyndham Cup 40 player roster held at the Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Club & Lodge, July 23-26, 2012 ... full name is Lindsey Kathryn Weaver ... born in Cleveland, Ohio to Craig and Sandra Weaver ... father played football and ran track at Otterbein University ... sister, Lauren, was a four-year member of the women's golf team and a 2013 graduate of Northwestern University ... currently enrolled in the First Year of Studies.

Weaver's Career Statistics

Year Tournaments Rds/Tm Rds Count Strokes Avg. Top Rd Top 36 Top 54 Top Finish (Field)- Event (Score)
2012-13 10 28/31 27 2,036 72.71 68(-4) N/A 210 (-6) T-1st BIG EAST Championship (210)

Lindsey Weaver
Lindsey  Weaver


Scottsdale, AZ

High School:
Cactus Shadows

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