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Paige Mackenzie
Paige Mackenzie

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Yakima, Wash.

High School:
Eisenhower

Height:
5-7

Experience:
3V

Washington & Amateur Notes
• Finished her senior year ranked as the No. 1 amateur in the nation by Golfweek
• One of eight women selected to represent the U.S. at the 2006 Curtis Cup
• A three-time NGCA All American (2004+2006 second team, 2005 HM)
• A three-time first team All-Pac-10 selection (2004, `05, `06)
• A three-time NGCA All-Scholar Athlete (2004, `05, `06)
• A four-time Pac-10 All-Academic honoree, including two first-team selections (2005, `06) and two second-team nods (2003, `04)
• Named to the 2006 ESPN The Magazine All District Eight women's at large first team
• Named the 2005 Pacific Northwest Golf Association's Women's Player of the Year
• Named the female recipient of the 2006 Top Dawg Award, given annually to the male and female UW student-athletes who demonstrate the highest caliber of excellence in athletics
• Played 139 career collegiate rounds, most in UW History
• First on UW's all-time list with 22 top-10 finishes
• 2006 stroke average (72.79) broke her own UW single-season record (73.7) set in 2005 after previously setting the record in 2004 (74.1)
• Finished 13th at the 2005 U.S. Women's Open
• Finish exempted her into the 2006 U.S. Women's Open
• Won the 2005 Trans National Championship by defeating Duke's Elizabeth Janangelo 9 and 8 in the 36-hole final
• Also won the stroke play competition at the Trans Am
• Reached semifinals of 2005 North and South
• Reached second round of match play at 2005 U.S. Amateur
• Won U.S. Open qualifer in Denver
• Runner-up at the 2005 Pacific Northwest Amateur
• Placed second at the Colorado Open
• Granted a medical redshirt for the 2002-03 season after being sidelined for nine months with a back injury
• Older brother, Brock, was a two-time first-team All-American for UW men's team

2005-2006 (Senior)
• A 2006 Golfweek first team All-American
• Won the 2006 NCAA West Regional, shooting 8-under 208 to set a school scoring record for 54-holes and outdistance the field by eight strokes
• Won the 2006 Pac-10 Individual Championship, shooting 5-under 211 to best the field by four strokes
• Placed eighth at the 2006 NCAA Championship, the best individual finish in school history, shooting 5-over 293
• Shot a first-round 68 at the West Regional, the best round recorded by any golfer at the tournament
• Finished the Pac-10 Championship and the West Regional as the only golfer under par in all three rounds
• Named a preseason first-team All-American as Golfweek's No. 2 ranked collegiate player
• Ranked second in GolfWorld's preseason rankings
• One of two female players picked to represent the U.S. in The Spirit International Amateur Championships
• Placed second overall at the Topy Cup in Fukushima, Japan, carding a one-under 215
• Placed fourth in the field at the Stanford Intercollegiate, tying her personal best with a three-under 210
• Posted seven rounds in the 60's this season, 12 rounds under par
• Six Top-10 finishes in 2006 ranks third in Husky single-season history
• Ranked No. 1 by Golfweek at the end of the fall season

2004-2005 (Junior)
* An honorable mention All-American
* Finished 10th at NCAA Championships, the first UW player to post a top-10 showing
* Named to the first-team All-Pac-10 team
* Competed in all 12 events
* Was 38th at East Regional at 17-over 227
* Led Washington in scoring in six of 12 tournaments and was second in four of the other five events
* Topped the team with a stroke average of 73.7
* Tied UW single-season record with 36 rounds played
* Led the team in top-10 finishes (six), rounds in the 60s (four), under-par rounds (four)
* Equaled her best 18-hole score with a 3-under 67 at Stanford, tying the best opening-round score in UW history
* Tied her best tournament score with a 210 at the Stanford Intercollegiate that was one shot off UW school record
* Top finish was second-place showing at California Collegiate
* First-team selection to Pac-10's All-Academic team

2003-2004 (Sophomore)
* Named an NGCA second-team All-American
* Shot even par 288 to finish 11th at the NCAA Championships, her second top-25 finish at the NCAAs after placing 25th in 2002
* Finished strong by posted a 69 and 68 during the final two rounds
* Earned first-team All-Pac-10 honors this year
* Led the team with a 74.09 stroke average that ranks first on UW's all-time single-season list
* Ranked 22nd in Golfweek and 23rd in the Golfstat Cup final rankings
* Was seventh at NCAA West Reigional, shooting career-best 67 during the final round of play, the lowest score ever recorded by a Husky in postseason competition
* Was Washington's top finisher in all three fall tournaments and three times in the spring
* Recorded her first career win at the Kent Youel Invitational
* Shot 2-under 214 to take medalist honors
* Carded the best tournament score in her career with 6-under 210 to place third at the Stanford Intercollegiate
* Had six top-10 finishes raising her career total to 10
* Posted the Huskies top 3 tourney scores and 5 best single-round scores

2002-2003 (Redshirt Season)
* Led the Huskies in scoring with a stroke average of 73.8
* UW's top finisher at the McGuire Invitational with a 3rd-place showing
* Had a top-10 finish at the Stanford Invitational

2001-2002 (Freshman)
* Named to the NGCA All-Scholar-Athlete team
* Honorable mention All-Pac-10 selection
* Competed in all 12 tournaments for the Huskies
* Was one of UW's top three scorers in 10 events
* Led UW at the NCAAs with a 25th-place finish that ranks as the best performance ever by a Husky at the NCAAs
* Was the sixth highest finisher among Pac-10 competitors at the NCAAs
* Was the Huskies' top finisher at the PING/ASU Invitational (224) and tied Kelli Kamimura for 23rd in the rain-shortened Fall Preview (150) during her first collegiate tourney
* Top tournament finish was the Peg Barnard California Collegiate where he was fourth overall at 3-over 147
* Was seventh at Oregon's Duck Invitational (223)
* Her 4-over 220 at the Stanford Intercollegiate helped UW to set a 54-hole scoring record (874), that was also her low 54-hole total for the year
* Low round of the year was a 69 she shot at ASU Invitational

Eisenhower High School/Junior Golf
* A first-team All-Big-9 selection all four seasons at Eisenhower
* In 1999 she received the Joan Teats Inspirational Award, named after the founder of Washington Junior Golf
* Posted five top-10 finishes in national tournaments, claiming one championship
* Competed at U.S. Women's Amateur Championships in 1999
* A National Honor Society member with a 3.97 grade point average
* Won the Washington Scholar Award
* Named the 2000 Girl Golfer of the Year for both the Washington Junior Golf Association and the Pacific Northwest Golf Association
* Was the medalist at the 2002 TransNational
* Lettered in basketball

Personal
* Daughter of Hugh and Caren Mackenzie
* Mother and father are both pharmacists
* Father swam at Washington State
* Uncle, Stewart, played golf at Oregon

Mackenzie's Career Statistics
Years     Rounds   Strokes   Avg.   Low
2001-2002    34      2574   75.71   69
2002-2003     9       664   73.78   70
2003-2004    32      2371   74.09   67
2004-2005    36      2653   73.69   67
2005-2006    28      2038   72.79   68
Total       139     10300   74.10   67

Career Best Finish: 1st, Kent Youel Invitational, Nov. 4-5, 2003 1st, Pac-10 Championship, April 24-26, 2006 1st, NCAA West Regional, May 11-13, 2006 Career Top-10 Finishes: 22 Career Best 54-Hole Score: 208, NCAA West Regional, May 11-13, 2006 Career Best 18-Hole Score: 67, NCAA West Regional, May 8, 2004 and Stanford Intercollegiate, Oct. 15, 2004

Mackenzie's Tournament Results

2005-06 UW Date Tournament 1-2-3-4 Par Tot. Pl. Pl. 9/6-8 Topy Cup 68-79-68 -1 215 2 1 10/21-23 Stanford Intercollegiate 70-68-72 -3 210 4 1 2/13-15 Regional Challenge 77-82-76 +22 235 41 2 2/20-21 Wildcat Invitational 70-72-76 +5 218 31 2 3/6-8 Guadalajara Invitational 69-75-73 +1 217 7 1 3/24-26 Liz Murphey Classic 79-78-74 +15 231 21 2 4/24-26 Pac-10 Championship 71-71-69 -5 211 1 1 5/11-13 NCAA West Regional 68-69-71 -8 208 1 1 5/23-26 NCAA Championship 76-73-72-72 +5 293 8 1

2004-05 UW Date Tournament 1-2-3-4 Par Tot. Pl. Pl. 9/20-22 Fall Preview 68-80-70 +5 218 21 2 10/4-6 Ihlanfeldt Invitational 78-79-73 +14 230 15 2 10/15-17 Stanford Intercollegiate 67-72-71 E 210 5 1 11/1-3 Las Vegas Collegiate 74-80-71 +9 225 24 3 2/7-9 Regional Challenge 73-76-74 +10 223 9 1 3/8-9 Spartan Invitational 74-68-72 +1 214 4 1 3/21-22 Duck Invitational 84-77-75 +20 236 32 2 4/1-3 PING/ASU Invitational 73-69-74 E 216 5 1 4/9-10 California Collegiate 71-72 +1 143 2 1 4/18-20 Pac-10 Championship 73-72-74 +3 219 11 2 5/6-7 NCAA East Regional 74-77-76 +17 227 38 3 5/17-20 NCAA Championships 72-74-73-74 +6 292 10 1

2003-2004 UW Date Tournament 1-2-3-4 Par Tot. Pl. Pl. 10/6-8 Ihlanfeldt Invitational 81-74-74 +13 229 17 1 10/17-19 Stanford Intercollegiate 71-68-71 -6 210 3 1 11/4-5 Kent Youel Invitational 72-71-71 -2 214 1 1 2/16-17 Bay Area Classic 79-82 +18 161 10 4 3/3-4 Spartan Invitational 77-72-72 +5 221 12 2 3/12-14 Lady Gamecock Classic 79-73-76 +7 228 8 2 4/2-4 ASU PING Invitational 71-69-74 -2 214 4 1 4/9-10 Peg Barnard Collegiate 77-77 +10 154 21 4 4/19-21 Pac-10 Championships 79-78-78 +19 235 21 4 5-6/8 NCAA West Regionals 75-75-67 +1 217 7 1 5-18/21 NCAA Championships 73-78-69-68 E 288 11 1

2002-2003 UW Date Tournament 1-2-3-4 Par Tot. Pl. Pl. 9/26-28 McGuire Invitational 72-73-73 -1 218 3 1 10/6-8 Ihlanfeldt Invitational 72-76-77 +9 225 13 2 10/18-20 Stanford Invitational 76-70-75 +5 221 10 2

2001-2002 UW Date Tournament 1-2-3-4 Par Tot. Pl. Pl. 9/24-26 Fall Preview 74-76 +6 150 23 1 10/8-10 Northwest Invitational 77-74-75 +10 226 18 3 10/19-21 Stanford Intercollegiate 73-75-72 +4 220 17 3 2/17-18 Lady Aztec Invitational 84-76 +14 160 19 3 2/25-26 Arizona Invitational 81-76-81 +22 238 71 4 3/4-6 Spartan Invitational 76-70-80 +10 226 25 3 3/28-29 Duck Invitational 74-76-73 +7 223 7 3 4/5-7 ASU PING Invitational 77-78-69 +8 224 24 1 4/13-14 Barnard Collegiate 74-73 +3 147 4 2 4/22-24 Pac-10 Championships 84-77-89 +23 239 41 5 5/9-11 NCAA West Regionals 76-77-74 +11 227 29 3 5/21-24 NCAA Championships 76-70-76-72 +6 294 25 1

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