Schiavone, Hovatter lead Ole Miss on day two in Arizona
UMAA HONOR ROLL SEC FIRST YEAR ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL CHANCELLOR'S HONOR ROLL
2014-15 (JUNIOR-FALL) Played in each of the four fall tournaments... In addition, competed in the Mercedes Benz Championship tournament as an individual and finished tied for 22nd... Top team finisher two times including the UNC Tar Heel Invitational and the Jim West Challenge... Finishing T56 and T22, respectively.
2013-14 (SOPHOMORE) Played in all nine tournaments ... Finished tied for 26th at the Cougar Classic shooting a 73-73-73--219 ... Set career-bests for lowest round, tournament score and best finish at the UNC Tar Heel Invitational (69-75-72--216) finishing tied for 11th place ... Helped lead the Rebels to their best tournament finish of the season, shooting a 76-71-76--223 and finishing tied for 16th at the Clover Cup ... Finished off her sophomore campaign with a 81-73-76--230 at the SEC Championship, finishing tied for 35th ... Ended the year second on the team with a 75.57 stroke average.
2012-13 (RS FRESHMAN) Played in ten tournaments ... Finished tied for 44th at the Golfweek Conference Challenge (75-77-78 - 230) ... Set a new career-best finishing tied for 38th at the M&F Bank Rebel Intercollegiate while shooting a 74-77-75-226 ... Ended the year with a 78.00 stroke average ... Lowest round of the year was a 73 at the Cougar Classic... Named to the UMAA Honor Roll.
2011-12 (FRESHMAN) Redshirted ... Named to the SEC First Year Academic Honor Roll ... Chancellor's Honor Roll in the fall and UMAA Honor Roll in the spring.
PRIOR TO OLE MISS Won five straight Madison County Golf Tournaments from 2007-11 ... Won two SJGT events: Huntsville Junior Classic (2011) and Indian Hills Junior Classic (2010) ... Made All-State in golf four years straight from 2008-11 ... Received the SJGT Good Sportsmanship Award in 2010 ... Received the DAR Good Citizenship Award in 2011 ... Earned the Heisman Award for Hazel Green HS in 2011 ... Received the U.S. Army Scholar-Athlete Award in 2011.
PERSONAL Daughter of Freddie and Lou Hovatter ... Born July 21, 1993 ... Full name is Alison Carol Hovatter ... Majoring in Business ... Mom played basketball and tennis at North Alabama ... Favorite color: Green ... Favorite club in my bag: Putter ... Favorite historical figure: John F. Kennedy ... Favorite candy: Hershey Bars.
GETTING TO KNOW ALISON The favorite course you've ever played on: Hoover Country Club ... What is your dream course to play on: Augusta National ... Who would be in your dream foursome: Phil Mickelson, Adam Scott, Angela Stanford and Dori Carter ... Favorite LPGA & PGA Player: Dori Carter and Phil Mickelson ... If you could have a walk-out song before you teed off to start a tournament like softball, what would it be: "Trust in Jesus" by Third Day ... Favorite Musician or Group: Jason Aldean ... What Celebrity would you most like to meet and have dinner with: Tim Tebow ... Best concert you have ever seen: Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan ... Dream vacation spot: St. Andrews, Scotland ... Best friend on another collegiate golf team: Gabi Oubre' (Mississippi State) ... Best moment on the golf course to date: Playing against Kathy Hartwiger in the finals of the Alabama State Amateur Championship this summer ... Favorite sport other than golf: Tennis ... Favorite motivational quote: "I can...I will...I am" ... Favorite restaurant in Oxford: The Beacon and YaYa's ... Best thing about Oxford, Miss.: The Grove ... Why Ole Miss: I love the passion and the championship mentality of the golf program and the traditions of the University ... Hobbies: I really enjoy being a part of Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
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