Annie Yang Athlete Profile

Annie Yang

Height: 5-7 Class: Sophomore Roster Years: 2013-2015 Hometown: Vancouver, Canada Last School: Seaquam Secondary School

Personal

  • Born in San Diego, California
  • Grew up in Taiwan
  • Parents are Mei Chun Chen and Lin Cheng Yang
  • Sister is studying biology at the University of British Columbia
  • Communications Premajor

Before BYU

  • A three-year letter winner in golf at Seaquam Secondary School
  • MJT PGA of BC 2012 champion
  • Finished second at the CJGA Fall Classic 2012
  • Finished sixth at the AJGA Sunriver Junior Open 2012
  • CJGA Junior Worlds Qualifier 2013 Champion

Stats

 

2014-15 - Sophomore

Tournament Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total Score To-Par Place
Hobble Creek Fall Classic 81 74 - 155 +13 T35
*Dick McGuire Invitational 79 86 83 248 +29 T80
*Cougar Cup 79 76 76 231 +15 T32
Rainbow Wahine Invitational 77 79 76 232 +16 T34

*Competed individually

2013-14 - Freshman

Tournament Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total Score To-Par Place
Hobble Creek Invitational 85 81 81 247 +34 T56/74
Cougar Cup 78 76 82 236 +20 T26/74
Rainbow Wahine Invitational 83 78 80 241 +25 39/51
Matador Invitational 77 78 79 234 +18 21/53
Jim West Challenge 79 75 77 231 +18 19/79
Bruin Wave Invitational 82 83 86 251 +35 T79/86
BYU at Entrada Classic 76 83 86 245 +29 T41/83
Mountain View Invitational 76 75 73 224 +8 T29/83
Wyoming Cowgirl Classic 82 74 78 234 +18 T49/105
WCC Championships 80 84 80 244 +28 24/25

BYU Career Stats

Season Events Rounds Strokes Average Low Rd. Top 20
2013-14 10 30 2,387 79.57 73 1
2014-15 4 11 866 78.73 74 0
Total 25 41 3,253 79.34 73 1


2013-2014 | Freshman Year

  • Made college debut at the Hobble Creek Invitational 
  • Finished in 19th place at the Jim West Challenge (+18) for best finish of the season
  • Shot a career best 73 in the third round of the Mountain View Invitational
  • Competed in 10 tournaments, one finish in the Top 20
  • Named to the WGCA All-American Scholar Team

2014-2015 | Sophomore Year

Fall:

  • Competed individually at two tournaments