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Lady Longhorn golfer returns to play in the Weiss Cup

I graduated from Santa Rosa’s Montgomery High School in 1999 as the third top recruited golfer in the nation. Playing for the University of Texas, the Lady Longhorns ranked in the top 3 of the NCAA Division 1 Championships four years standing. I graduated not only with a degree in Kinesiology but was a top ranked national player receiving All-American and Team MVP honors. My top finish in college was winning the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational, shooting 67-72-73 and setting a couple of UT records.

In my last semester of college, I competed in the grueling LPGA Qualifying School and earned tour status. I played on the LPGA tour for 3 years, competing in national and international events. In 2006 I qualified for two majors, the Women’s British Open and the McDonald’s Championship.  

Jessica playing at British Open
2006 Women’s British Open at Royal Lytham & St. Annes Golf Club


  • Bachelors in Kinesiology with emphasis in Sport Management and Sport Law: University of Texas, 2003
  • Graduated from Montgomery High School: Santa Rosa, CA, 1999
  • Class A LPGA Teaching Pro | TPI Instructor Level 3 | BodiTrak/Flightscope Instructor | PING Clubfitter

LPGA Tour Player

  • 2003-2006
  • Best tournament: finished 20th at 2006 Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic 68-68-73-73 to qualify for the British Open
  • Best round: 67 at 2004 Kellogg-Keebler Classic

College Golf

  • All-American Division 1 honors at the University of Texas
  • Team MVP and 4-year letter winner
  • Nationally ranked 13th on Golfweek/Sagarin in Senior year

Amateur/Junior Golf

  • Set two USGA records
  • Advanced to semi-finals in USGA Girls Jr Championship match play
  • Three-time AJGA Junior All-American and Canon Cup West team participant
  • Won NorCal CIF Girls High School individual championship
  • Two-time winner JGANC Tournament of Champions
  • Won Junior World Girls 13-14 division