Fall 2008:Amy Phalajivin ranked second on the team in scoring average for the fall with a 78.62 mark in 13 rounds,10 of those in the 70's...Shenotched her best career finish at the Missouri Valley Conference Preview, finishing second by a shot after Drake's Olivia Lansing drained a 12-foot par putt on the 18th hole of the final round; she shot 73-79--152...She enters her final semester ranked fifth on the MSU career scoring average list at 79.59...Phalajivin placedin the top two for the Bears in four of the five tournaments...The team captain for 2008-09, she opened the season with a tie for 17th at the MSU/Payne StewartMemorial after shooting 81-77--158...She carded 80-77-79--236 at Missouri, 78-78-79--235 at Oral Roberts and 77-85-79--241 at the Challenge at Wolfdancer.
2007-08: Phalajivin put together a stellar spring campaign, averaging 77.3in 15 rounds compared to 81.9 in 12 fall rounds, andled the team in spring scoring average...She posted the second-best round in school history at the Samford Intercollegiate, opening with a 69 and following with 76-75 for a 220 total and atie for third in the 84-player field...She received her first MVC Player of the Week honor after her showing at Samford...Phalajivin's 220 total at Samford ranks as the sixth-best 54-hole total in school history...She was the team's top performer at the Missouri Valley Conference Championship, barely missing her second straight all-conference honor by tying for seventh at 78-81-80--239...Phalajivin also carded 78-82-76--236 at the Rio Verde Invitational and 78-78-80--236 for a tie for 32nd at the UALR Classic...She tied for 29th at the Susie Maxwell Berning Classic at Oklahoma, shooting 79-74-76--229...She played in all four fall tournaments for the Bears with her best performancecoming at LPGA International, where she recorded 77-82-78--237 for 38th place...She was named a co-recipient of the team's Most Improved Player award by the coaches.
2006-07: She averaged 79.3 in 25 rounds and her stellar play, particularly in the spring, was one of the keys to the Bears' success as she was named the team's Most Improved Player by the coaches...She was slowed by a severe ankle sprain early in the season, but rebounded to play at Nebraska, ORU and the Missouri Valley Conference Preview in the fall...In the spring, she averaged 78.4 and finished in the Bears' top three in four of the six tournaments and posted 12 rounds in the 70's...Phalajivin earned all-conference honors by tying for sixth at the MVC Championship with 76-79-73--228...She also tied for sixth at the Diablo Grande Intercollegiate (75-81-87--243) and tied for 13th at the Islander Spring Classic with a career-best 54-hole card of 76-75-75--226...Phalajivin notched a solid tie for 28th at the Rio Verde Invitational, shooting 75-78-76--229...She recorded a then career-best 73 in the second round of the UALR Classic at Diamante C.C. in Hot Springs...She also earned honorable mention to the Valley Scholar-Athlete Team...Her best fall finish was a tie for 21st at Nebraska, where she recorded 85-78-79--242...She also tied for 21st at the Valley Preview with 83-80--163.
2005-06: Phalajivin arrived at MSU in January and made an immediate impact for the Bears, playing in all six spring events and posting an 81.0 scoring average and nine of 18 rounds in the 70's, both good for third on the team...Her best finish was a tie for eighth at the Lady Herd/El Diablo Intercollegiate...Phalajivin was second on the team and 38th overall at the Rio Verde Invitational after carding 79-79-78--236, and was third on the team at the Susie Maxwell Berning Classic after shooting 82-81-77--240.
High School: Phalajivin was named Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year by the Las Vegas Sun after her senior year at Shadow Ridge High...She was named her team's co-captain both her years at Shadow Ridge and finished third in the region as a senior and fifth as a junior...Phalajivin placed third at the state high school tournament as a senior and second at the Asian-Pacific Championship.
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