Blaire Minter leads WCU in a two-way tie for third place
Career Notes: Finished her four-year career with a career-stroke average of 86.92, playing in 11 events and 26 combined rounds ... Finished her career ranked 24th on Western Carolina's career scoring ledger.
2011-12 (Senior): Played in a career-best high six events, all as an individual ... Carded 15 rounds in the six tournaments she saw action, posting her single-season, career-low stroke average of 86.00 ... Recorded her career-best, 36-hole score in the 2011 Great Smokies Intercollegiate (Fall, 2010) , which included her career-low single round by shooting four-over, 76, in the second round ... In her final career event, posted her best-ever finish, placing tied for 36th at the Mimosa Hills Intercollegiate (Spring, 2012).
2010-11 (Junior): Competed in two of WCU's 10 seasonal events, both as an individual ... Averaged 86.75 strokes per round over the two events and four rounds on the season ... Finished 120th overall in the Great Smokies Intercollegiate (Fall 2010) while posting a career-best finish of tied for 54th at the Tribe Invitational (Fall 2010).
2009-10 (Sophomore): Did not compete in any events.
2008-09 (Freshman): Played in three events -- all as an individual ... Averaged an even 89 through her seven rounds ... Made her collegiate debut at the season-opening Draper Valley Intercollegiate finishing tied for 68th, the best of her rookie season ... Shot her career-low round of 82 twice between the Draper Valley and Great Smokies Intercollegiates.
Prior to Western: Was a team captain and MVP on her high school golf team all four years ... Was twice an All-County selection and won the Sportsmanship Award for the South Florida Junior Tour in 2007 ... Academically, is very solid and has been asked to join The Honors College at Western Carolina University ... Has been listed for three years in Who's Who Among American High School Students and has twice won the Founders Award for The JGA of Broward County.
Personal: Is the daughter of Paula & Patrick Amoriello.