Elisa Gomez
Elisa Gomez

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Carrollton, Texas

High School:
R.L. Turner

Experience:
3L


2006-07 Highlights
• Did not play in any tournaments.

2005-06 Highlights
• Played in two tournaments.
• Tied for 63rd at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic with a 26-over-par 242.
• Shot a second-round 77 at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic for her low score in the spring.
• Also participated in the Texas A&M "Mo"Morial.

2004-05 Highlights
• Named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team.
• Played in seven tournaments covering 19 rounds.
• Recorded an 80.5 stroke average.
• A career-low round of 73 was recorded in her opening round of the season while competing at the Dick McGuire Invitational in Albuquerque.
• Posted a career-best score (73-79-74=226) at the tournament to tie for 27th.
• Placed in a tie for third with an 82-74=156 at the Hardin-Simmons Spring Golf Invite
• Earned a 13th-place finish with an 82-75=157 at the Lady Rattler Hill Country Classic.
• Tied for 42nd (81-75-80=236) as the Frogs opened the spring season at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic.
• Had an impressive first round as a Horned Frog, swinging for an even par on a par-73 course in the Dick McGuire Invitational.

High School Highlights
• Four year first-team all-district (2001-2004) under coach Dixie Marr at R.L. Turner.
• Named to second team all-area in 2004.
• District 9-5A girls golf champion with a score of 76-79 her senior year.
• Class 5A state qualifier in 2003.
• All-district and Region I Qualifier Class 5A 2001-2004.
• Recognized as R.L. Turner's girl's golf MVP in 2000.
• Earned the R.L. Turner Lion Pride Award in 2002.

Amateur Highlights
• Finished fifth in the South Texas PGA junior girls state tournament (74-75-70).
• Placed second at the Old Oaks, La., stop of the Texas Junior Golf Tour in 2003 (81-73-79).
• Again placed second at the Tapatio Spring, Texas stop of the Texas Junior Golf Tour in 2003 (84-78).

Personal
• Born April 24, 1986.
• Daughter of Jorge and Adriana Gomez.
• A broadcast journalism major, aspires to be a sportscaster and eventually work for ESPN.


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