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Diana Ramage
Diana  Ramage


Fayetteville, GA

High School:
Fayette County


Senior (2004 Fall)
Preseason second-team All-American by Golfweek... had a 71.92 average in the fall season ... won her second collegiate tournament at the ACC/SEC Challenge with a 70-64-72--206...Carded a school-record low for 18 holes with her 64 in the second round of the ACC/SEC Challenge...finished fourth at the Franklin Street Partners Invite with a 74-73-68--215...fired her first hole-in-one on the 12th hole of the first round of the Franklin Street Partners Invite...finished tied for seventh overall with teammate Nicole Hage at the Lady Paladin Invitational with a 72-77-70--219...finished Fall Preview tied for 40th with a 77-76-70--223 in her first collegiate tournament back from injury...finished in the final eight at the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship.

Senior (2003-04)
Preseason first-team All-American by Golfweek ... had a 74.83 stroke average ... tied for third in the season-opening Fall Preview in Auburn with a 72-74-69--215 ... tied for 53rd in the Mason Rudolph Championship ... missed the final three fall events with a wrist injury.

Junior (2002-03)
All-SEC first-team selection ... had a 74.80 stroke average, second-best on the team ... won her first career collegiate tournament at the ACC/SEC Challenge with a 71-70-73--214 ... tied for 11th in the NCAA Championship with an 81-72-74-74--301 ... tied for seventh in The Derby Invitational with a 69-73-77--219 ... tied for ninth in the Lady Gamecock Classic ... tied for 12th in the Liz Murphey Collegiate with a 77-75-70--222 ... tied for 16th in the NCAA East Regional by finishing with a final round and a career-low 68 after a pair of 75s ... tied for 21st in the NCAA Fall Preview with a 77-75-74--226 ... tied for 22nd in the SEC Championship ... counted 28 of 30 rounds on the season ... reached the U.S. Women's Amateur Sweet 16 at Philadelphia Country Club in Gladwyne, Pa.

Sophomore (2001-02)
Had a 74.70 stroke average to rank 36th nationally ... ranked ninth nationally in par-5 scoring at 4.90 ... tied for fourth in the Lady Paladin Invitational with a 75-76-72--223 ... tied for fifth in the Liz Murphey Collegiate with a 76-70-74--220 and tied for 10th in the SEC Championship with a 70-75-74--219 on the same University of Georgia Golf Course ... tied for 13th in the Auburn Tiger-Derby Invitational with an 82-69-73--224 ... tied for 29th in the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate with an 81-76-75--232 ... tied for 45th in both the NCAA Championship (76-78-71-73--298) and the NCAA East Regional (74-78-73--225) ... shot a 69 to qualify for the 2001 United States Open ... placed third in the Georgia Women's Open in July ... fourth at the Eastern Amateur.

Freshman (2000-01)
SEC Freshman of the Year with a 75.24 stroke average ... second-team All-SEC ... NCAA All-East Regional selection ... four top-10 finishes ... tied for fourth in the NCAA Fall Preview with a pair of 74s in her first team event ... tied for fifth at the NCAA East Regional with a 76-71-71--218 ... tied for sixth at the Lady Gator Invitational with a 75-69-75--219 ... tied for eighth at the LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic with a 73-75-74--222 ... tied for 12th with a 75-74-72--221 in the Lady Paladin Invitational ... tied for 13th in the Auburn Tiger-Derby Invitational in her first collegiate tournament with a 75-80-73--228, playing as an individual ... shot a final round 72 to tie for 24th in the GolfWorld/Palmetto Dunes Invitational with a 75-76-72--223, helping the Tigers to the prestigious tournament championship, winning by five shots over No. 1 Duke ... tied for 31st in the ACC-SEC Invitational Shootout with an 82-76-81--239 ... tied for 32nd in the SEC Championship with a 77-79-75--231 ... tied for 55th in the NCAA Championship with an 82-74-69-80--305.

Prep & Junior
Georgia Class 4A State Champion in 2000 ... ranked 14th in the nation as a junior by GolfWeek ... finished second at the TaylorMade/Pine Isle AJGA event in 1999 ... top five amateur in the 2000 Georgia Open ... Second-team American Junior Golf Association All-American selection in 1999 ... 1999 Georgia Junior Girls State Champion ... top player in the state of Georgia for three years.

Full name is Diana Elizabeth Ramage ... born July 12, 1982 ... daughter of John and Brenda Ramage ... one sister, Tricia Ramage Peterson ... favorite food are sweets ... hobbies include fishing, shopping ... dream golf course is Augusta National ... favorite athlete is Lance Armstrong ... volunteers at the Diabetes Center in Auburn.

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