| Erika Danford
2004-2005: Competed in three events and had a low round of the season of 80 came on the final day at the JMU/ Bonnie Hoover Invitational ... She qualified for the career-best list, surpassing 25 rounds-currently ranks 9th on the list ... Was one of two female student-athletes named Western Carolina Scholar Athlete of the Year, boasting a 4.00 GPA.
2003-2004: Competed in eight events in her first season after transferring to Western ... Her low round was an opening-day 77 at the Wachovia-Great Smokies Intercollegiate ... Averaged 83.95 during her first season in Cullowhee.
Prior to WCU: Transferred from the University of Florida.
High School: Served as her team's captain... A four-time all-area girls golf first team member... Finished second individually in her district with a 74 and fourth at regionals with an 81... Was the girls champion at the Bagwell Junior Tournament with a 234 (74-80-80)... Finished second at the Lake Region Junior Tournament and fourth at the Sertoma Junior Tournament... Was awarded the "Spirit of Golf Award" as given by a rival team as a senior... Was the News Chief 2002 All-Area Girls Golfer of the Year... Finished third at districts and second at the Fred Hawkins Tournament as a junior... Finished sixth at districts as a sophomore and fourth as a freshman... Her team advanced to the state tournament in her freshman year... Graduated with high honors with a 4.0 GPA and in the top three percent of graduating seniors in her county.