On Clasper: Three-year letterwinner who returns for her final collegiate campaign team leader who will serve in the role of captain for the second consecutive season tremendous work ethic enjoyed a solid spring season, topped off by an individual tournament title at the UNC-Wilmington Lady Seahawk Invitational.
Spring 2003: Played in all five spring tournaments led the Terps to fourth place at the Bradford Creek Womens Intercollegiate in Greenville, N.C., where she tied for 16th place with a seven-over-par 151 carded her season low, a two-over 74, in the second round of that tournament came in second for the Terps in three other tournaments, including an eighth-place finish at the JMU/Bonnie Hoover Invitational and a 16th-place tie at the Hatter Spring Fling finished in the top 25 in four tournaments had the second-best stroke average on the team (79.62).
Fall 2002: One of two Terps to compete in all four fall tournaments led the Terps in two tournaments, tying for 24th at the Penn State Nittany Lion Invitational and finishing 15th at the East Carolina Lady Pirate Fall Inviatational had her best tournament by score at the Edwin Watts/Palmetto Intercollegiate in Kiawah Island, S.C., where she tied for 23rd place with a 12-over-par 228 also carded her season low, a one-over-par 73, in the second round had the best stroke average on the team (77.91).
Spring 2002: Team captain played in all five spring tournaments posted a team-best two top-10 finishes, tying for first at the UNC-Wilmington Lady Seahawk Invitational, and tying for ninth at the James Madison Lady Dukes Invitational carded the teams only sub-par round, a 71, in the first round of the UNC-Wilmington Lady Seahawk Invitational on her way to sharing medalist honors also shot rounds of 74 and 73 for a two-over-par total of 218 had the best stroke average on the team (77.83) during the spring.
Fall 2001: Competed in two of four fall tournaments averaged 82.6 strokes per round over six rounds carded a 77, her season best, at the Unlimited Potential/Baytree Classic in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Spring 2001: Competed in four spring tournaments, totaling 10 rounds of competition posted one of the Terps' three top-10 individual finishes in the James Madison Lady Dukes Invitational averaged 79.9 strokes per round shot her low round of 76 in the first-round of the JMU Invitational finished third on the team at the ACC Championships emerged as a team leader during the season.
Fall 2000: Participated in all four tournaments during the fall ... averaged 81.09 strokes per round over 11 rounds ... shot her best round of the fall, 77 (+5), in the Unlimited Potential/ Baytree Classic on Sept. 9th ... was a major contributor to Maryland's consecutive top-five team finishes in the final three tournaments.
Spring 2000: Participated in all five spring tournaments and finished first on the team in three of the five tournaments, Edwin Watts/Carolina's Collegiate Classic, Northern Illinois Snowbird Intercollegiate and the Fighting Camel Classic ... finished the spring season with a team best 81.9 strokes per round average ... shot the only par round of the spring by a Maryland golfer on March 17th, during the second round of the Northern Illinois Snowbird Intercollegiate ... achieved season best with a tied-sixth place individual finish in the Northern Illinois Snowbird Intercollegiate ... her two-round score of 150 (+6) was the best score vs. par by a Maryland golfer during the spring.
Fall 1999: Participated in all four fall tournaments and finished among the top 12 in two events averaged 81.7 strokes per round in 10 rounds to place second on the team during the fall season one of two players to card a top-10 individual finish top outing came at the Great Smokies Championship as she finished in a tie for 10th with a 14-over-par 158 score shot the best individual round among all team members as she carded a one over-par 71 in the first round of the Nittany Lion Invitational on Oct. 1 her gross score and her score vs. par were the top individual scores in the fall season credited with four of the top seven single-round scores during the fall in addition to her 71 at the first round of the Nittany Lion Invitational, she scored a 76 in the second round and a 77 in the third round in State College and carded a 77 in the second round of the Great Smokies Championship recorded two of the top three scores vs. par during the fall her +1 (76) in the Nittany Lion first round was the best score of the fall while her +5 (77) in the second round of the Great Smokies Championship was the third best score her 224 (+14) gross score was the best three-round tournament score for the Terps in the fall.
Before Maryland: Graduated from Thomas S. Wootton High School in 1999 was a four-year varsity letterwinner in golf team co-captain in 1997 and 1998 the Maryland state champion in 1997 and 1998 all-county first team selection in 1996, 1997 and 1998 named All-Met by the Washington Post in 1997 and 1998 won state District II championships in 1997 and 1998 ... has participated in AJGA Junior Tour tournaments shot a hole-in-one during her prep career played extensively on the junior golf circuit, playing tournaments in New York, North Carolina and Virginia golf coach at Wootton was Jack Weiland.
Personal: Born on Dec. 20, 1980 daughter of Elizabeth and Geoffrey Clasper is the oldest of three children lists former Maryland golf coach and current PGA Tour member Fred Funk as her favorite athlete.