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2012-13 (SENIOR) Played in all twelve tournaments ... Had three top-20 finishes, including a tie for 15th place at both the hurricane-shortened Landfall Tradition (73 - 73) and Golfweek Conference Challenge (75-70-76--221) ... Finished in 4th place at the LSU Golf Classic, tying her career-best round score while shooting a 75-69-78-222 ... Second on team with a stroke average of 75.50 ... Named to the Dean's Honor Roll.
2011-12 (JUNIOR) Played in nine tournaments, including the NCAA Central Regional ... Fourth on the team with a 76.63 stroke average ... Earned two top-20 finishes ... Tied for a season-best 15th at the Anuenue Spring Break Classic with a 76-72-78--226 ... Tied for 19th at the BancrorpSouth Rebel Intercollegiate with a 74-76-75--225 ... Fired a season-low round of 69 at the Cougar Classic ... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll ... UMAA Honor Roll in the fall
DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE (2010-2011) Two-time NJCAA All-American ... Helped lead Daytona State to consecutive NJCAA National titles ...Finished runner-up individually in the NJCAA in 2011.
HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIOR Attended the The First Tee National Golf Leadership Academy held at KansasStateUniversityin 2006 ... Placed 4thin the FHSAA Class 2A District 14 Championship in 2007 ... Placed 6thin the FHSAA 2A Region 5 Championship in 2007 ... Selected for 2007 All-Area Team for Girls Golf by The Herald Tribune ... Finished in the top 20 of the FWSGA Junior Girls Championshipin June 2008 ... Captured first place in The First Tee Southeast Region Augusta Invitational June 23, 2008 ... Won Central Florida Junior Golf Tour with low score of 71 in July, 2008 ... Played in the Optimist International Junior Golf Championships at PGA National in 2008 ... Won FSGA Team Championships with low individual score of 71in 2008 ... Won the North Florida Junior Golf PGA Championship in 2008 ... Placed 6th in Class 2A District 14 Championship in 2008 ... WonSarasotaCity Junior Championship in 2008 ... Placed 5th in Class 2A Region 5 Championship in 2008 ...Tied for9th in Class 2A State Championship in 2008.
PERSONAL Daughter of Richard and Cynthia Schneider ... Born July 7, 1991 ... Full name is Ericka Schneider ... Majoring in Integrated Marketing Communications ... Favorite movie: Miracle,The Greatest Game Ever Played ... Favorite thing to eat: Cantaloupe.
GETTING TO KNOW ERICKA The favorite course you've ever played on: Pebble Beach ... What is your dream course to play on: Augusta National ... Who would be in your dream foursome ... Jake Owens, Bubba Watson, Sidney Crosby ... Favorite LPGA & PGA Player: Brittany Lincicome and Bubba Watson ... If you could have a walk-out song before you teed off to start a tournament like softball, what would it be: Remember The Name by Fort Minor ... Favorite Musician or Group: I do not have a favorite, I like all types of music! ... What celebrity would you most like to meet and have dinner with: Jake Owens ... Best concert you have ever seen: Jake Owens & Keith Urban in Tampa, Fla. ... Dream vacation spot: Somewhere warm and tropical outside of the U.S. ... Best friend on another collegiate golf team: Brooke Mark, plays for Northwood University in West Palm Beach ... Best moment on the golf course to date: Anytime you win, but this past summer I won the Florida State Amateur on my 21st birthday, that made is a little more special. I would also have to say when I got to play Pebble Beach with Bill Murray ... Favorite video on You Tube: Eric Thomas What's Your Why ... Favorite sport other than golf: Ice Hockey ... Most memorable moment of the Olympics for you: When the American gymnastics team came from behind and Gabby won individually. It is great to see young people succeed, especially those that break through adversity ... Favorite motivational quote: "You miss 100% of shots you don't take"-Wayne Gretzky ... Favorite restaurant in Oxford: Phillips Grocery ... Best thing about Oxford, Miss.: The hospitality; everyone is so friendly and welcoming. The campus is absolutely beautiful and the atmosphere that is Ole Miss is unlike anything you will ever experience ... Why Ole Miss: It was the perfect fit for me. It had everything I was looking for in a school and golf program ... Hobbies: I love fishing (who doesn't that lives in Florida?), shooting skeet, photography, going to the beach, hanging out with family and friends.
SCHNEIDERBY THE NUMBERS
69 (Cougar Classic, 2011-12)
219 (Cougar Classic, 2011-12)
Best Individual Finish
T-15th, 2x, most recently (Golfweek Conference Challenge, 2012-13)
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