Brooke Tull
Brooke Tull

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Georgetown, Texas

Experience:
3L


2003 Fall Highlights
• Earned medalist honors in the Frogs' opening tournament at the Oregon State Invitational, carding a 3-over-par 74-70-75=219.
• Recorded back-to-back par finishes (216) to tie for second place at the Shootout at the Legends and the Furman Lady Paladin Invitationals.
• Led TCU to its two Top Three finishes by shooting season-low rounds of 70 (one stroke off her career best) at the Oregon State Invite (TCU, 2nd) and the Furman Lady Paladin Invitational (TCU, 3rd).
• Ranked in the Top 10 among NCAA Division I players in Par 5 shots with a 4.75 average.
• Posted a career-best season average of 72.75.

2002-03 Highlights
• Competed in all 11 tournaments of the season, notching a team-best and career-best 74.72 scoring average.
• Was voted first-team all-conference and the Conference USA Golfer of the Year for the second straight year after completing a fine season.
• Was named TCU's Female Athlete of the Year for the 2002-03 school year.
• Finished in the top 20 in nine of the 10 tournaments that she competed in, which included seven top-10 placements.
• Posted sub-70 individual round scores three times, the most ever by a Horned Frog golfer in a single season.
• Grabbed individual award honors at the Furman Lady Paladin Invitational, her second career victory, thanks to a career-best 54-hole score of 212 (74-69-69).
• Helped propel TCU to a second-place finish at the Conference USA Championships, finishing in a tie for fourth place with a 226 (72-80-74).
• Had a second-place showing with a 54-hole sum of 226 at the Price's Give `Em Five Intercollegiate after firing rounds of 75-72-69.
• Shot a 36-hole score of 148 (74-74) to finish in a tie for third place at the Texas A&M "Mo"Morial Invitational.
• Tied for eighth at the Tulane Invitational with a total of 228 (76-72-80).
• Grabbed back-to-back top 10s when she earned a share of ninth place at the Baylor/Tapatio Springs Shootout and 10th at the Waterlefe/USF Invitational.
• Closed the season with a tie for 20th at the NCAA Central Regional (229).

2001-02 Highlights
• Put together an impressive sophomore season, leading the Frogs with a 76.23 scoring average.
• Was named Conference USA's Golfer of the Year following the season.
• Won Conference USA medalist honors after taking the C-USA title with a season-best score of 215 (71-75-69).
• Led the Horned Frogs to their first conference title since 1998.
• Was one of two players to compete in all 11 tournaments for TCU.
• Had four top-10 and eight top-20 finishes on the season.
• Finished 11th at the Central District Invitational, where she shot a 36-hole score of 149 (77-72).
• Took second at the Verizon Texas A&M "Mo"Morial with a two-round 151.
• Placed eighth at the Rainbow Wahine (72-83-75=230) and sixth at the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Classic (75-77-75=227).
• Finished 15th at the Ping/ASU Invitational, where she shot a 54-hole score of 222 (74-75-73).
• Had two top-20 finishes in the fall season, including a tie for 13th at the Lady Paladin (226).
• Also finished 15th at the Big 12 Invitational, where she fired a 54-hole score of 232 (84-73-75).

2000-01 Highlights
• Competed in nine of 10 tournaments as a freshman, recording a scoring average of 76.96.
• Ended the season with three top-20 finishes.
• Her best finish was a tie for 10th at the Lady Rainbow Invitational.
• In that tournament, Tull shot a season-best 54-hole score of 226 (75-75-76).
• Tied for 12th at the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Classic (227) and was 17th at the WAC Championships (233).

Amateur Highlights
• Finished second in the Collegiate Players Tour Event in Granbury, where she shot a 54-hole score of 222 (76-74-72).
• Placed second in the Texas-Oklahoma Junior Tournament, with a 72-hole sum of 295 (67-77-78-73).
• Finished fifth in the Texas Women's Open with a 36-hole score of 145 (73-72).
• Honored as an AJGA All-American in 2000 after recording numerous top-10 finishes.
• Crowned as the AJGA Texace San Antonio Shootout champion.
• Placed third at the Texas-Oklahoma Junior in 2000.
• Grabbed a solid fifth-place finish at the AJGA Abilene Reporter News Junior competition.
• Participated on the 2000 West Canon Cup team, where she was the only team member to win every match.

High School Highlights
• Was an all-district performer all four of her prep years and an all-region selection in each of her final three seasons.
• Won the regional championship and was named to the all-state squad as a junior and senior.
• Was the Texas Class 5A State Tournament runner-up as a senior.
• Tabbed as her school's most valuable golfer all four seasons.


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