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Jamie Stevenson Athlete Profile

Jamie Stevenson

Jamie Stevenson
Height: 5-9 Roster Years: 1995-1999 Hometown: Mayfield, UT Last School: Gunnison Valley High School


Parents: David and Sharon Stevenson
Major: History
High School: Gunnison Valley
Family: Has one older brother, Coy
Hobbies: Hiking, snowboarding, reading and music
Best part of game: Iron play
Favorite Club: Driver
Sports heroes: Michael Jordan and Arnold Palmer
Best Competitive Round: 66, Eagle Mountain, Brigham City (par 71)
Favorite Course: Sahalee CC, Redmond, Wash.
Biggest sports thrill: "Knowing you've made a putt before you hit it."

Before BYU

1994 Utah Junior Golfer of the Year and member of the Junior Americas Cup Team ... graduate of Gunnison Valley High School ... competed on the boys' golf team ... as a prep senior, moved to Bountiful High School and played on the boys' golf team ... won eight junior tournaments in 1994 ... placed fifth in the Utah State Women's Amateur and was 16th of 80 players in the Girls Junior Americas Cup on the Waikaloa course in Hawaii ... All-State in basketball for two years ... named Prep of the Week by the Salt Lake Tribune ... earned four letters in basketball and one in tennis.

1995-1996 | Freshman Year

Placed second at the Weber State Invitational, 12th at the SDSU Fall Classic, 13th at the BYU Invitational and 23rd at the WAC Championships. Summer of 1996: Tied for fourth at Utah State Women's Amateur ... one of 32 (of 100 golfers) to qualify for match play at the USGA Women's Public Links.

1996-1997 | Sophomore Year

Number three player for BYU ... shot low round of 73 in first round of Utah/Dixie Classic ... best finish were fifth at the Weber State Invitational and seventh at the San Francisco Invitational. Summer of 1997: Won the 1997 Utah Women's State Amateur

1997-1998 | Junior Year

Played in 10 of the Cougars' 11 tournaments ... finished in the top-20 four times and the top-10 three ... best finishes were second at the Mike Farrell Invitational with a season low round of 72 and fourth at the BYU Invitational (227) Cougar Club Scholar/Athlete. Summer of 1997: Finished second at the 1998 Utah Women's State Amateur