Natalie Gleadall

Natalie  Gleadall


Stratford, Ontario, Canada

High School:
St. Michael's

Last College:



Where Are The Rebels?

Checking In With A Summer Update


Rebels' Season Concludes At Central Regional

Haley Sanders Earns Top-20 Finish


Rebels Complete Second Round Of Regional Play

Geadall Shoots A 76, Rebels In 14th


Sanders Leads Rebels On Day One Of Regional

Rebels In 15th After First Round


Rebels Begin Regional Play Thursday

Take On Eight Ranked Teams In Regional


2011-12 (SENIOR)
Competed in all 10 tournaments, including the NCAA Central Regional ... Second on team with a 75.57 stroke average ... Earned two top-five, two top-10, and three top-20 finishes ... Season-best second-place finish at the Golfweek Conference Challenge where she shot a 69-74-77--220 ... Finished in third at the BancorpSouth Rebel Intercollegiate with a 69-71-74--214 ... Fired a season-low round of 68 at the Suntrust Gator Women's Invitational ... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll ... UMAA Honor Roll in the fall and spring.

2010-11 (JUNIOR)
Played in all 10 tournaments ... Helped the Rebels to their third straight NCAA Regional appearance ... Captured the Cougar Classic with a 75-69-67--211 for her first career collegiate title ... Final round 67 is a career best ... Recorded 14 birdies in the final two rounds to go from a tie for 38th after the first round to first ... Tied for 1st at the Mercedes Benz Championship with a career-best 70-68-69--207 before losing on the first playoff hole ... Set a 54-hole tournament record at the Mercedes ... Her 207 is the second best three-round score in school history ... Led the Rebels with a 73.87 stroke average ... Posted three top-five, four top-10 and five top-20 finishes ... In summer 2010 eighth in Ontario Women's Amateur ... T18th in Canadian Women's Amateur ... Second in the Ontario Women's Match Play ... Made the UMAA Honor Roll in the spring.

Played in five tournaments after transferring from Nebraska ... Recorded a season best 72 in the final round of the Rebel Intercollegiate to help the team finish third ... Made the UMAA Honor Roll in the spring.

Posted a 74.0 stroke average ... Had three top 10, four top 25 finishes in four tournaments ... Shot a career best 215.

One of only two Huskers to earn a spot in all 11 of Nebraska's tournaments in 2008-09 ... Ranked fourth on the team in stroke average as a freshman ... Stroke average also ranked as the fourth-best season stroke average by a freshman in NU history ... Produced five top-35 finishes in 2008-09, including a career-best tie for sixth at the UNLV Spring Invitational ... Was tied for first after two rounds at UNLV after tying the Nebraska record with a five-under-par 67 in the second round ... Finished the tournament with a career-best three-round total of 219 ... It was her second top-10 finish of the season, following a tie for seventh at the Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Invitational during the fall.

Advanced to the semifinals of the 2008 Women's Western Golf Association National Championships in Indiana ... Added a top-20 finish at the Royale Canadian Junior Championships and also competed in the Canadian Women's Amateur ... Represented Ontario in the 2008 Doug Sanders International Junior Championships ... Ranked in the top four in the Golf Association of Ontario (GAO) final season rankings ... Finished third in the Investors Group Junior Tournament of Champions to open the 2007 season ... Added a tie for sixth at the Investors Group Women's Amateur Championship, before tying for fourth in the Junior Girls Championships ... Advanced to the semifinals of the Junior Girls Match Play, and finished among the top 35 players at both the 2006 and 2007 Royale Canadian National Junior Girls Championships ... In 2007, finished second in the long drive competition at the junior national championships ... In 2006, finished second in the girls 15-18 division at the Canadian Optimist Junior Golf National Championships ... Experienced a memorable moment on the course when she was one of 18 Canadian junior golfers selected to play with Annika Sorenstam and Lorie Kane in the second annual Scotiabank Women's Charity Challenge in Aurora, Ontario ... The event raised $265,000 in support of various women's charities across Canada.

Daughter of Jeff and Theresa Gleadall ... Born Nov. 21, 1990 ... Has one brother, Brock ... Majoring in Park and Recreation Management ... Favorite music is country ... Favorite movie is "Remember the Titans." ... Favorite food is spaghetti ... Favorite quote is "Destiny is not a matter of chance it's a matter of choice" ... Favorite female golfer is Suzann Pettersen.


2011-12 30 75.57
2010-11 30 73.87
2009-10 15 78.40


Low 18 67 (Cougar Classic, 2010-11)
Low 54 207 (Mercedes Benz Championship, 2010-11)
Best Individual Finish 1st (Cougar Classic, 2010-11)
Top5 Finishes 5
Top 10 Finishes 6
Top 20 Finishes 8

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