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Career Honors
• WCGA All-America Scholar (2013, 2014)
• Academic All-Mid-American Conference Honorable Mention (2014)
• Ball State Freshman of the Year (2013)

2013-14 (So.): Played in 10 tournaments with a stroke average of 81.67 … a WGCA All-America Scholar and an honorable mention Academic All-MAC selection ... posted her best collegiate result with a tie for fourth place at the Dolores Black Falcon Invitational (April 12-13), helping Ball State to the team title ... managed a career-low score of 73 in the first round of the Rio Verde Invitational (March 7-9) ... recorded a career-best 54-hole total of 232 at the Hoosier Fall Invitational (Oct. 19-20) ... tied for 32nd at the UNCW Seahawk Classic (April 5-6).

2012-13 (Fr.): Managed an 81.74 stroke average and competed in eight events as an individual ... a WGCA All-America Scholar ... tied for 25th at The Preview (Oct. 15-16) for her best result of the season with a 36-hole score of 160 ... tied for 29th at the Angola Shootout (April 20) and tied for 35th at the Cardinal Classic (Sept. 22-23) ... posted a season-low 18-hole score of 78 twice -- the first round of the Rio Verde Invitational (March 9) and the final round of the Indiana Invitational (April 13-14) ... her best 54-hole score came with a 242 at the Indiana Invitational.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Homestead for coach Michelle Swing ... tallied a 39.9 nine-hole average as a senior and a 78.2 average for 18-hole rounds ... named to The News-Sentinel All-Area Team as a junior and senior and was selected as Homestead's Most Valuable Player as a senior ... earned all-conference and all-city honors as a junior and senior ... won sectional, finished as regional runner-up and was a state finalist as a senior ... tied the school's 18-hole record with a 72 ... helped Homestead to four sectional titles, two regional crowns and two appearances in the Indiana High School Athletic Association State Championships ... won Homestead's McCracken Award, given to one female athlete each year based on athletic achievements, leadership and community service ... also lettered three years in basketball.

SUMMER GOLF: Won the 2013 Fort Wayne Women's Golf Association City Tournament ... tied for fourth on the 2011 Indiana Golf Association Pepsi Junior Max Master's Tour and tied for 36th at the 2011 IGA State Amateur ... tied for first at the 2011 Indiana Age Group Championships with a 155 (77-78) ... tied for third at the 2012 Fort Wayne city tournament with a 220 (73-76-71) ... finished fourth at the 2012 Junior PGA event in West Lafayette, Ind.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Timothy and Carol Dobis ... born Aug. 24, 1993 in Crown Point, Ind. ... two brothers ... finished with a 3.4 grade-point average on Homestead's 4.0 scale ... a four-year member of the honor roll ... majoring in telecommunications ... swing coach is former Ball State men's golfer Tim Frazier.


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