2011-12 (RS-JUNIOR) Competed in two tournaments ... Shot a season-low round of 76 at the BancorpSouth Rebel Intercollegiate.
2010-11 (JUNIOR) Played in one tournament ... In summer of 2010, qualified for U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links.
SPRING 2010 (SOPHOMORE) Sat out the spring after transferring from Kentucky.
2008-09 (FRESHMAN AT KENTUCKY) Recorded Kentucky's low round of the season in 2008-09 with a 4-under-par 68 at the LSU Golf Classic ... Earned a top-10 finish at the LSU Golf Classic with a 214 (72-74-68) ... Helped lead the Wildcats to a first-place finish at the Lady Mocs Intercollegiate ... Led the team in fairways hit ... Made her collegiate debut at the Tar Heel Invitational ... Competed in eight of Kentucky's 10 events.
PRIOR TOKENTUCKY Led her team to two state titles and two state runners-up ... Won District 4-AAA with a 69 and the Region 2-AAA Girl's championship with a 72 ... Named Tennessee Player of the Year and Tennessee PREPxtra Player of the Year in 2008 ... On the junior golf circuit she qualified for the U.S. Girl's Championship in Seattle ... Has won the low rounds for four American Junior Golf Assocation events ... On the AJGA she recorded six top-10 and three top-five finishes ... In 2006 she won four tournaments in a row on the Southeastern Junior Golf Tour ... 2004 Tennessee Girl's Junior champion ... Earned over 150 hours of community service while also being a member of Future Business Leaders of America and the student government.
PERSONAL Daughter of Mark and Sarah Randolph ... Born Dec. 26, 1989 ... Has one older sister, Jacqueline (25) ... Majoring in Hospitality Management ... Favorite color is Slate Blue ...Favorite TV Show is Mad Men ... Favorite childhood toy was Barbie.
GETTING TO KNOW ALYSSA The favorite course you've ever played on: My home golf course as a junior, Holston Hills, Donald Ross design ... What is your dream course to play on: Probably Augusta National-too many wonderful traditions and memories ... Who would be in your dream foursome: Fred Couples, Graeme McDowell, and Tiger Woods ... Favorite LPGA & PGA Player: Toss-up between the three above and of course, Dori Carter & Mallory Blackwelder ... If you could have a walk-out song before you teed off to start a tournament like softball, what would it be: Either Too Close by Alex Clare or Clocks -a classic ... Favorite Musician or Group: Drake ... What celebrity would you most like to meet and have dinner with: Oprah ... Dream vacation spot: Switzerland ... Best friend on another collegiate golf team: Too many- and a lot have graduated. All the girls on KY team, GA, SC, AL, too many- grew up playing with all of them in junior golf ... Best moment on the golf course to date: Last day of state my senior year. I shot 65 to come back and tie to go into a playoff. The adrenaline rush was all day but had to pause in each moment to hit each shot. I can still recall each moment because how detailed my focus was that day ... Best shot on the golf course you have ever hit and where were you: Last year in the home tourney. I was in a hazard, in high grass, could barely see the golf ball, but I had a shot. I shrugged my shoulders, said, "eh, I have nothing to loose," took out a 9 iron and hit it. Immediately after impact I thought I buried it further into the bushes, mud, and hazard. I kept look down and around, but heard Alison and Jami clapping. I looked up to see it was five feet from the pin for birdie ... Favorite website: Pintrest ... Favorite video on You Tube ... 100% Inspired by Kittens, go watch it now. That was me when I was younger and makes me laugh every time ... Favorite sport other than golf: Basketball ... Favorite motivational quote: But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles, they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint. Isaiah 40:31 ... Favorite restaurant in Oxford: McEwen's hands down. The atmosphere sells me every time ... Best thing about Oxford, Miss.: Gamedays. I live for them in the fall ... Why Ole Miss: My story is a little more complicated. I chose Ole Miss in my heart two times, just the second time, I actually came here. I chose it because it felt like home ... Hobbies: Love to cook, workout, yoga, event planning, loving others, listening, helping others, and having fun with everything I do.
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