Competed in 22 of 28 tournament rounds...finished with an overall stroke average of 84.36 (fourth on team)...tied Allyson Hatcher for the team's best stroke average (77.45) in the fall, an average that rose to 91.27 in the spring...claimed second place in the season-opening Lady Herd Fall Invitational with a three-round total of 226 (75-76-75), two strokes behind medalist Hatcher...her efforts helped Marshall to its first team title since the program was re-launched in 2002...posted a top-10 finish (t-10) the next week at the Napa River Grill Cardinal Cup, thanks in part to a final-round 73, her low round of the year...led or tied for the team lead in three tournaments...finished 2006 with a 31st place finish at the Cincinnati Spring Invitational.
Named to the All-Mid-American Conference First Team...Marshall's No. 1 player with a stroke average of 77.75, the second-best single-season average in school history...only golfer to post scores in all 28 tournament rounds...named to the Academic All-MAC Team with a 3.45 GPA...placed no worse than 6th in six straight events to start the spring season...career-low round of 71 came at the East/West Rio Verde Invitational...recorded six top-10 finishes on the year, including a team season-best of third place at the Indiana Invitational...carded a two-round total of 151 (77-74) in Bloomington...placed in a tie for 12th at the MAC Championships...the Herd's top finisher in every spring tournament...runner up in the Ohio Women's Amateur during the summer.
Posted 23 tournament rounds and attained an 80.39 stroke average...had two low rounds of 74 at Eastern Kentucky and Indiana...had one top-10 finish in the fall at EKU and two top-20 finishes in the spring at William and Mary and Indiana...led the team at both tournaments...her season was capped off with a tie for 11th place at the Mid-American Conference Championships, just off the top-10 needed to claim All-MAC honors...in the summer of 2004, she played her way to the semi-finals in the Ohio Women's State Amateur and the Franklin County Women's Amateur.
Prior To Marshall:
A first-team All-Ohio selection in 2002, along with a first-team All-District Coaches award and a first-team All-OCC selection...in 2001, she finished 7th in the state while her team finished in 3rd...finished 5th at the state tournament her senior year while her team finished in 2nd...she was the Central Ohio Junior Golf Association Player of the Year in 2002...was a four-year letterwinner.
Born on Feb. 12, 1985...daughter of Ken and Lori Churchill...has two sisters, Cheyann (26) and Kendra (20), who runs cross country and track at Ohio...a sports management and marketing major.