Estefania Acosta
Estefania  Acosta


Ibague, Colombia

High School:
Colegio Champagnat

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Missouri Valley Recognizes 135 MSU Scholar-Athletes

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2014-15: Recorded a 76.6 scoring average in nine rounds to place sixth on the team ... Shot a season-low round of 72 in her second round of the MSU Payne Stewart Memorial on her way to a tie for 36th overall ... Opened the season with a tie for 16th place at the Chip-N Club Invitational at Nebraska on Sept. 8-9, shooting 77-76-75--228 to help pace the Bears to sixth place as a team ... Also tied for 21st at the ORU Shootout on Sept. 23-30 with a 78-74-77-229 line ... Missed the spring season due to injury.

In her first year after transferring from Bethune-Cookman, she ranked fourth on the team with a 78.78 scoring average ... Had twelve rounds in the 70s...She tied for eighth at the Payne Stewart Memorial, shooting 75-75-76--226 ... Posted 83-83-75--241 to tie for 77th at the Palmetto Intercollegiate ... Led MSU at the Jim West Challenge after rounds of 79-79-81--239 ... She followed that tournament with a season best fourth place finish at the Jackrabbit Invitational with rounds of 76-79-76--231 ... Shot 83-90-82--255 at the Gary Crossley Ford KC Shootout, the final regular season tournament of the year ... Finished second on Missouri State and tied for 11th overall in her MVC Championship debut after carding 77-74-75--226 ... Named to Missouri Valley Conference Academic Honorable Mention Team.

2012-13 (at Bethune-Cookman): Averaged 81.0 in 25 rounds and helped lead her team to the PGA National Minority Championship last May, where she shot 76-73-82--231 and tied for eighth...Placed sixth at the MEAC Showcase with 84-75--159 ... Her other top finishes included 16th at the Winthrop Intercollegiate with 79-76--155, 19th at the Stetson Hatter Classic with 84-79-78--241 and and 25th at the Xavier/LPGA International with 78-81-79--238.

2011-12 (at Bethune-Cookman): Enjoyed a standout freshman season, capturing the MEAC title in her first collegiate semester, firing 76-71--147 ... Led the team in scoring average with a 77.9 mark in 15 spring rounds ... Took second at the Florida A&M Invitational after carding 71-79--150 ... Placed sixth at the PGA National Minority Championship by shooting 78-75-80--233 ... Also finished fourth at the Women in Golf Invitational with 84-78--162, ninth at the Bash at the Beach with 78-80--158 and 11th at the Eagle Invitational with 78-78--156.

Personal: Born June 10, 1993 in Ibague, Colombia ... Daughter of Jorge Acosta and Yolanda Aguirre...Majoring in Business Administration.

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