PAM MILLER GIETZEN
At BYU: From 1976 to 1980 Pam Miller Gietzen was a star on the BYU women's golf team. In four years as a Cougar Miller-Gietzen won eight collegiate golf tournaments and was named All-Conference and All-Region three times. In 1980 she won the AIAW Region VII championship and was named the top golfer in the Region. She went on to finish 11th at the AIAW National Tournament and was named a first team All-American. Ranked among the top 10 amateurs by Golf Digest in 1980-81.
ON TOUR: Following her stellar collegiate career, Miller-Gietzen earned her LPGA Tour Card in 1981. As a rookie in 1982, she finished in the top five four times including third place finishes at the LPGA Tour Championship and the J&B Gold Puttoff. She also came in fourth at the Bent Tree Ladies Classic and finished third in the voting for Rookie of the Year. Miller-Gietzen was a regular on Tour until 1985. Her highest finish on the official money list was 42nd in 1982.
CHRIS LEHMAN VATCHER
At BYU: From 1980 to 1983 Chris Lehmann was an integral part of the BYU women's golf team. As a junior Lehmann won the BYU Invitational and the Gearhart Invitational. In 1983 she won the Southern California Women's Publinks and the Daily News Women's Golf Championship. She was an All-Conference selection in 1983.
ON TOUR: After an outstanding collegiate career, Lehmann was one of the few golfers at the 1983 Annual LPGA Qualifying Tournament who did not compete on a mini tour before earning her LPGA Tour playing privileges. She qualified on her first attempt with a four round total of 309 and played on the LPGA Tour in 1983
CARRIE SUMMERHAYS ROBERTS
At BYU:In her entire career at BYU, she was a four-time All-Conference award winner, named MWC Player of the Year two yeas in a row, finished top 10 in 19 tournaments, tied Pam Miller's record for the most career victories (six), and qualified twice for the LPGA U.S. Open. Summerhays won her first two tournaments as a freshman, and in her sophomore year won two more with three second place finishes and a fourth. That same season, Summerhays was the low Cougar on the team in all 12 tournaments and earned All-American status.
ON TOUR: Finished an extremely successful college career and went straight on to qualify for the LPGA Tour. Summerhays earned her LPGA Tour Card in October 2002 after shooting one-under-par (71-73-70-73--287) to place 21st. The cut was set at 23rd position with 136 players. Summerhays was one of nine All-Americans to receive her card. In 2003 she carded a season-low 68 during the opening round of the Kellogg-Keebler Classic, where she eventually tied for 50th. After her first season on tour, Summerhays-Roberts just missed a 2004 exemption, but still earned conditional non-exempt status and continued on tour in 2004.
|Kelli Antolock||Futures Tour|
|Stephanie Belnap||Futures Tour|
|Sue Billek (Nyhus)||European Toup 1987-1991|
|Juli Erekson||Futures Tour 2008, 2009, 2010|
|Tiru Fernando||European Tour 1981-88|
|Susanne Gillemo||Swedish Tour 1998|
|Mary Grace (Esteusta)||European Tour, Asian Tour, Tour West, Mountain View Classic Champion|
|Rachel Newren||Futures Tour 2007, 2008|
|Terrie Norman (Hansen)||Futures Tour|
|Jamie Stevenson||Futures Tour|