SEC FIRST YEAR ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL UMAA HONOR ROLL
2014-15(JUNIOR-FALL) Played in the Jim West Challenge as an individual... Scoring 78-81-78--237 and finished tied for 49.
2013-14 (SOPHOMORE) Played in two tournaments ... Finished tied for 54th as an individual at the Clover Cup with a 75-78-81-234 performance ... Earned her first career top 20 finish, at the Aunenue Spring Break Classic (75-75-75--225) competing as an individual and finishing tied for 16th ... Ended the season with a 76.50 stroke average.
2012-13 (RS-FRESHMAN) Competed twice as an individual ... Finished tied for 56th at the M&F Bank Rebel Intercollegiate with a 77-78-75--230 ... Named to the UMAA Honor Roll.
2011-12 (FRESHMAN) Redshirted ... Named to the SEC First Year Academic Honor Roll ... UMAA Honor Roll in the fall and spring.
PRIOR TO OLE MISS Four-year letterwinner at Blessed Trinity ... MVP 2009, 2010 and 2011 ... Four-time winner on the Southeastern Junior Golf Tour and had 11 top 10 finishes on the SJGT as well ... Qualified for the U.S. Girls Championship in 2010 ...Junior Golfer of the Year in 2009 ... Georgia State Golf Association (GSGA) 2AA Champion in 2009 ... Runner-up at the GSGA 3AAA tournament and low medalist at the GSGA Regional 3AAA tournament in 2008 ... Graduated Magna Cum Laude ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Member of the National Society of High School Scholars ... Received the St. Sebastian Award in 2011.
PERSONAL Daughter of Michelle and Robert John Voll ... Born August 13, 1992 ... Full name is Kaitlin Marie Voll ... Majoring in Geological Engineering... Favorite sport outside of golf: basketball... Favorite classroom subject: engineering... Favorite club in my bag: putter.
GETTING TO KNOW KATIE The favorite course you've ever played on: Powder Horn in Sheridan Wyoming ... What is your dream course to play on: Augusta National ... Who would be in your dream foursome: Michael Jordan, Ben Hogan, and Arnold Palmer ... Favorite LPGA & PGA Player: Michelle Wie & Fred Couples ... If you could have a walk-out song before you teed off to start a tournament like softball, what would it be: Ooh Ahh (feat. Toby mac) by Grits ... Favorite Musician or Group: Dixie Chicks ... What Celebrity would you most like to meet and have dinner with: Russell Brand ... Best concert you have ever seen: Luke Bryan ... Dream vacation spot: The Tetons in Wyoming ... Best friend on another collegiate golf team: Lauren Judson at Southern Mississippi ... Best moment on the golf course to date: Every time that I am on the golf course it always means something special to me. That is why I am excited for all he moments to come ... Best shot on the golf course you have ever hit and where were you: Ten yards downwind with a 52 degree wedge and holed it for eagle at CCNC Girls Junior Championship ... Favorite website: Twitter ... Favorite video on You Tube: Tiger Wood's chip in at the 2005 Masters at amen corner ... Favorite sport other than golf: Volleyball ... Most memorable moment of the Olympics for you: American Kim Rhode winning skeet shooting with 99 out of 100 shots and beat world record ... Favorite motivational quote: "I've missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I've lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I've been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I've failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed." -Michael Jordan ... Favorite restaurant in Oxford: Soulshine ... Best thing about Oxford, Miss.: The atmosphere, the people, the grove, the university itself ... Why Ole Miss: I chose Ole Miss because I fell in love with the culture, the team, and the coaches. I had that connection when I stepped on campus and felt like I have a family here at Oxford ... Hobbies: Hiking, Canoeing, Camping.
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