Katie Redeker
Katie Redeker

Player Profile

Pepper Pike, Ohio

High School:
Hathaway Brown School



Fall 2003: Best finish of the fall season was T9th at Edwin Watts / Palmetto Intercollegiate, tying with teammate Kate Stepanek... Redeker closed with even-par 72, her best round of the fall season to finish with 79-74-72--225 at Kiawah Island... 54-hole total of 225 tied for best posted by Terp during fall season... finished with 77.7 scoring average over 11 fall rounds... her score was counted in team score in all 11 rounds.

Spring 2003: Competed in one tournament for the Terps, the Edwin Watts/Carolinas Collegiate Classic, where she tied for 74th place with a 38-over-par 254. ... missed the final four tournaments with an injured knee.

Fall 2002: Played in three of four fall tournaments for a total of eight rounds ... missed her personal best by one stroke in the third round of the Edwin Watts/Palmetto Intercollegiate with a three-over-par 75 ... highest individual finish of the season came at the team's first fall tournament, the Lady Kat Invitational, where she tied for 30th with teammate Marie Harper to lead the Terps at 14-over-par 158 ... averaged 79.25 strokes per round, fourth best on the squad.

Spring 2002: Competed in all five of the team's spring tournaments ... highest personal finish was a tie for 23rd at the Hatter Spring Fling in Daytona Beach, Fla. ... registered the third highest stroke average on team (80.08) ... tied her career best in the first round of the ACC Tournament in Clemmons, N.C., shooting a two-over 74.

Fall 2001: Played in all four fall tournaments ... finished 10th in the Unlimited Potential/Baytree Classic ... carded her career best 74 (+3) in the third round of the same tournament ... averaged 81.9 strokes over 12 rounds of play.

Spring 2001: Competed in all five tournaments this spring ... played in a total of 13 rounds, most ever by a freshman ... averaged 80.2 strokes per round with an adjusted strokes average on 78.1 ... placed eighth individually in the Southern Miss Invitational ... shot Terps' only par round of the spring during the second round of the Southern Mississippi Invitational.

Fall 2000: Became the first Maryland golfer to capture an individual tournament title ... participated in all four tournaments in the fall ... placed consistently in the individual top-15 during the final three tournaments ... claimed her first career individual tournament title at the John Kirk/Lady Panther Invitational ... after firing an opening-round 79, then shooting a 74 in the second round, Redeker caught fire as she stroked a career low 72, the best round by a Maryland golfer in the fall, to win low medalist honors by one stroke ... shared the Terps' best stroke average per round with fellow freshman Kara Gropler, with a 77.3 strokes per round average ... caught fire on the course as the season went on ... earned Student Athlete of the Week honors for her record-breaking performance in the John Kirk/Lady Panther Invitational.

Before Maryland: Graduated from Hathaway Brown School in 2000 ... received eight varsity letters in golf (4) and swimming (4) ...was a 1999 Compaq AJGA Scholastic All-American, 1998-1999 NHSCA All-American, nine-time swimming All-American ... a four-year golf team MVP ... was named captain of both the golf and swimming teams during her senior season ...high school stroke average (9-holes): freshman 45.00, sophomore 42.6, junior 40.00, senior 37.80 ... was MVP of swim team during junior and senior seasons ... was recruited by Vanderbilt, Furman, Northwestern, Ohio State, Wake Forest and Charleston ... golf coach at Hathaway Brown School was Bill McCallister.

Personal: Born on March 30, 1982 ... daughter of John and Lauren Redeker ... has one brother, J.R. ... was a member of the Cum Laude Society and president of the Athletic Association ... received the Case Western Reserve University Mickelson-Morely award for excellence in math and science, and Dickey-Ford award for excellence in sportsmanship ... received Scholar-Athlete award at graduation ... came to Maryland because of the golf program, reputation of the business school and campus location.