Fall 2006 Highlights
Received Mid-Season All-America honors from Golf World.
Also tabbed by Golf World as the nation's Most Improved Player.
Named the Mountain West Conference September Golfer of the Month.
Captured medalist honors at the Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire Invitational with a 71-73-70=214.
Rallied from a final-round 5-stroke deficit for the victory after beginning the day in 11th place.
Became the first TCU golfer to earn an individual title since February 2004 when Brooke Tull won the Central District Invitational.
Came back the next tournament with a tie for second at the Jeannine McHaney Intercollegiate.
Shot a 5-under 211 (70-73-68) which included a career-best final-round 68.
TCU's top golfer in all five tournaments.
Posted three top-10 finishes with no result lower than a tie for 17th.
Placed seventh at the Lady Paladin Invitational.
Improved her score each day with a 76-72-70=218 (+2) at the Las Vegas Founders Collegiate Showdown.
A final-round 71 keyed a tie for 13th at the Aloha Purdue Collegiate.
Played in all 11 tournaments on the year.
The spring saw her post four top-14 finishes with five overall results in the top 25.
Had TCU's top score in back-to-back tournaments at the Northwestern Invitational and Mountain West Conference Championship.
Had a 71 in both tournaments for her low round of the spring.
Carded a 4-over-par 71-74-75=220 to place 14th at the Northwestern Invitational.
Tied for 10th with a 73-71-83=227, 11-over-par, at the MWC Championship.
Placed in a tie for 13th at the Texas A&M "Mo"Morial.
Came back the next tournament with a tie for 11th at the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational.
Recorded a second-round 72 in tying for 25th at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic.
Led the Frogs with 74-68-75=217, good for a third-place showing just two strokes off the lead, as TCU recorded a 21-stroke victory at Kansas State's Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Invitational.
Also had TCU's top score with a 74-75-75=224 at New Mexico's Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire Invitational.
Tied for 21st overall (76-77-76=229) at the Lady Paladin Invitational.
Carded second- and third-round scores of 70 and 73, respectively, at the Las Vegas Founders Women's Collegiate Showdown.
Second-team All-Conference USA.
Posted the Frogs' second-best stroke average (75.97).
Played in 10 of the 11 tournaments.
Recorded four Top 10 scores and a total of seven Top 20 results.
Carded a career-low 69 in the second round of the PING/Arizona State Invitational en route to a 78-69-77=224 that tied for 20th overall.
Tied for second at the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational with a 76-75-75=226, two strokes off the pace.
Placed in a tie for fourth at the Furman Lady Paladin Invitational with a 71-70-77=218.
The second-round 70 at Furman was a career-low round at the time while the 218 was a career-best score for a 54-hole event.
Posted consecutive eighth-place finishes at the Lady Boilermaker Invitational (72-77-76=226) and the Conference USA Championships (79-75-75=229).
Tied for 12th at the Price's Give Em Five Intercollegiate in Las Cruces, N.M., shooting an 80-71-76=227.
Opened the spring season by tying for 15th (74-77-76=227) at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic.
Had a breakout fall season, leading the Frogs in two of the four tournaments.
Carded a 78-75=153 in Texas Tech's Jeannine McHaney to tie for 26th.
With a then-career-low 71 in the second round of the Price's Give `Em Five Intercollegiate, led the Frogs with a top-12 finish.
Carried momentum into Furman Lady Paladin Invitational, helping Frogs to best finish of the season (fourth).
Individually claimed a share of fourth place with career-low-tying first round (71) followed by a new career low in the second round (70).
One of two freshmen in the TCU Top Five with a 77.78 fall season average.
Carded a three-round total of 248 and tied for 59th place in the season-opening tournament at the Oregon State Invitational.
Sat out for the New Mexico Invitational and came back with strong 54-hole scores of 226 in the next two tournaments.
Placed in a tie for 27th place at Shootout at The Legends with rounds of 78-72-76=226.
Earned her first top-20 finish and posted a career-best round of 71 at the Furman Lady Paladin Invitational.
Her 76-71-79=226 scorecard at the Lady Paladin tied for 18th place.
Tied for 30th following an opening round 78 in the Tulane Invitational.
Maintained consistency in the Texas A&M "Mo"Morial, shooting 79-79-77.
Tied for 28th in her third top-30 finish of the year thanks to her opening round 77 in the Dr. Thompson Rainbow Invitational.
Shot a total of 235 in the PING/ASU Invitational for lowest total in three tourneys.
Recorded first top-12 finish in the Conference USA Tournament, helping Frogs to second-place finish.
Finished season at the NCAA Central Regionals in a tie for 61st.
Tied for first at the 2005 Texas Women's Open while winning the Amateur Division with a 68-69.
Won the Collegiate Players Tour Championship with a 76-73-72 score in 2004.
Finished third on the Gonzales, La., 2004 stop of the CPT (72-75-71).
Tied for 16th in the 2004 Texas Women's Open (74-73).
Qualified for the 2004 championship flight of the Texas State Amateur by shooting a 70.
Made it to the semifinals by winning three matches.
Finished first in the Collegiate Players 2000 in Houston (67-68=135).
Finished in the top-20 in Junior World.
High School Highlights
Won district junior and senior year, qualifying for state her final year.
Four-year regional qualifier and letterwinner in golf at R.L. Paschal High School in Fort Worth.
Also played varsity basketball for three years.
Daughter of Mark and Jan Matranga.
Her mother, Jan Solomon Matranga, played tennis for TCU.
Born August 25, 1985.
Communications studies major.