Camille Blackerby
Camille Blackerby

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Breckenridge, TX

Experience:
3L


Fall 2006 Highlights
• Top finish was a tie for ninth at the Jeannine McHaney Intercollegiate.
• Shot a 3-over-par 77-71-71=219.
• The second- and third-round 71s marked her best scores of the fall, along with a final-round 71 at the Las Vegas Founders Collegiate Showdown.
• Was also 3-over-par with a 75-73-74=222 at the Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire Invitational, tying for 18th individually.
• Placed in a deadlock for 20th (79-77-79=235) at the Lady Paladin Invitational.
• Posted TCU's second-best score in three of five tournaments.

2005-06 Highlights
• Recorded top-25 finishes in five of six spring tournaments.
• Had TCU's top score at three events (Lady Puerto Rico Classic, Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational and NCAA Central Regional).
• Top result was a tie for seventh with a 13-over-par 229 at the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational.
• Began the spring with a 6-over 222 (75-73-74) at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic, tying for 11th individually.
• Tied for 13th, and second on the Frogs, with a 79-77-77=233 at Texas A&M's "Mo"Morial.
• Her low round of the spring was a final-round 70 at the Northwestern Invitational.
• Played in all six spring tournaments.
• TCU's top finisher in three of five fall tournaments.
• Carded a 72-69-77=218 (+2) to finish three strokes off the pace as TCU posted a 21-stroke victory at Kansas State's Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Invitational.
• Placed second overall, just one shot off the lead, with a 75-73-71=219 (+3) at Furman's Lady Paladin Invitational.
• Her 71 on the final round tied for the low score on the day.
• Carded a final round 72 to tie for 14th overall at the season-opening Badger Invitational in Verona, Wis.
• Topped the Frogs with a 72-74-74=220 for a 24th-place finish at the Las Vegas Founders Women's Collegiate Showdown.

2004-05 Highlights
• Selected as an Academic All-American.
• A first-team All-Conference USA selection.
• Recorded a team-best 73.0 stroke average, dropping her mark by 4.5 shots from her freshman season.
• Had four Top 10 finishes with a total of seven Top 20 scores in her 10 tournaments.
• Tied for second at both the Lady Puerto Rico Classic (75-72-74=221) and Purdue's Lady Boilermaker Invitational (76-73-71=220).
• The 54-hole total of 220 at Purdue was a career-best score.
• The final round 71 in the Lady Boilermaker Invitational led TCU to a share of the team championship and its first title in two years.
• Carded a season-low round of 71 on three occasions.
• Tied for fifth at the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational with a 79-71-77=227.
• Posted TCU's top score at the NCAA Central Regional with a 74-81-76=231 (+15) to tie for 42nd individually.
• Led the Frogs in New Mexico's Dick McGuire Invitational, carding a six-over 225 and tying for 22nd.
• Finished tied for 55th with a 76-80=156 two-round score in the Jeannine McHaney.
• Best finish of the fall came in the Furman Lady Paladin Invitational. Carded a season-low round of 73 to finish with a 222 total and a share of 18th place.

2003-04 Highlights
• Registered the team's second-best season average of 75.44.
• Recorded the second-best Frog performance at both the Dick McGuire Invitational and the Shootout at The Legends.
• Carded a 75-77-79=231 at New Mexico's Dick McGuire to tie for 32nd place.
• Improved her game by 10 strokes the following week at The Legends, shooting a two-under 70 in the first round and tying for 15th place overall with a 221.
• Earned her second consecutive Top 20 finish at the Furman Lady Paladin Invitational with a 54-hole scorecard of 77-79-71=227.
• On a tough course, had her best finish to date with first top-12 mark and 235 total.
• Carded a 72 for par in opening round of Central District Invitational.
• Followed with a one-over 73 in the second round, but slid to a tie for 16th after logging a final-round 80.
• Grabbed first top-10 finish in "Mo"Morial when she hit a one-over par 73 in the final round.
• Nailed a 72 in the second round of the Dr. Thompson Rainbow Invitational.
• Finished with another top-20 placement.
• Maintained a steady attack of 76-77-76=229 to tie for 50th in the PING/ASU Invitational.
• Helped TCU to a second-place finish with a tie for seventh in the Conference USA Tournament.
• Earned a place on both the all-conference freshman team as well as being named first-team all-conference.
• An academic all-American as well as a recipient of the C-USA Commissioner's Medal and Honor Roll.

Amateur Highlights
• Finished first in the Tyler Collegiate Players Tour (CPT) , carding a 72-76 and beating Ashley Rollins in the first hole of the playoff.
• Marked a 77-75 in the Texas Women's Open.
• Finished second in the CPT Gonzales, La., stop (72-68-72).
• Finished 5th of 24 in the CPT National Championship (82-76-69).

High School Highlights
• A three-time 3A State Golf Champion.
• The Fort Worth Star-Telegram's 2003 Player of the Year.
• Also made the Star-Telegram's All-Area Team four straight years (2000-03).
• A four-year letterwinner for the Breckenridge golf team and Coach Bobby Goswick.
• Earned the team's MVP honor in 2002 and 2003.
• 2002 AJGA hp Scholastic Junior All-American Team.
• Tied for 3rd in the CPT State Farm Tyler Tournament (79-77-79).
• Placed 1st in the CPT State Farm "Golf Club of Texas" Tournament (72-70-72).
• 2nd in 2003 Collegiate Players Tour National Championship at Texas Star (77-70-73).
• Also lettered in basketball and cross country.
• Breckenridge's valedictorian and student body president.
• Regional qualifier for UIL math and calculus.
• American Legion Award (2003).
• Scholar Athlete of the Year awarded by the Army.
• National Honor Society junior and senior year; vice-president of NHS senior year.

Personal
• Born Camellia Louise Blackerby on June 17, 1985.
• Daughter of Leslie and golf pro Paul Blackerby.
• Mechanical engineering major.


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