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Allison Fouch
Allison  Fouch


Grand Rapids, Mich.

High School:
East Grand Rapids


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Sarah Burnham Set to Participate in World University Championships

Spartan rising junior is one of six collegiate golfers representing the United States at the 2016 World University Championships held in Brive, France.

Owns the third-lowest career average in MSU history with a 77.04 average.

Summer 2003: Qualified for U.S. Women's Open Championship ... advanced to match play at the Women's Amateur Public Links and the U.S. Amateur Championships ... competed in the 101st Women's North and South Amateur Championship ... second at the Michigan Women's Open Championship.

2002-03: Selected to the All-Big Ten Second Team ... Academic All-Big Ten ... competed in all 11 events ... her 76.82 stroke average was 10th best in Spartan single-season history ... posted four top-20 finishes ... led MSU to its highest finish of the season (third) at the Mary Fossum Classic by firing a 75-72-74--221 ... finished second after losing a sudden death playoff ... tied for seventh at the Give `Em Five Intercollegiate (76-75-72) ... final round 72 at the Give `Em Five Intercollegiate tied her season-best score for 18 holes ... carded a 75-75-74--224 on her way to a 17th-place finish at the SunTrust Invitational ... came one stroke away from cracking the top-20 when she placed 21st at the Boilermaker Invitational (75-79-78--232) ... MSU's top finisher at the Big Ten Championships, placing tied for 11th with a 303 (79-76-72-76) ... the 303 ranks tied for 10th on MSU's low 72-hole tournament score ... tied for 41st at the NCAA Central Regional with a 236 (81-77-78).

Summer 2002: Traveled to Taipei to compete in the World University Games in August where she placed second ... competed in the Midwest Collegiate Amateur Series ... won tournaments at Whisper Creek Country Club, the Bedford Valley Country Club and New Albany Country Club ... shot a 154 at the Grand Rapids FUTURES Classic.

2001-02: Named to the All-Big Ten team for first time ... one of three Spartans to play in all 13 events ... posted the ninth-best single-season average (76.43) ... had 10 top-20 finishes, including four in the top 10 and two in the top five ... captured medalist honors for the first time in her collegiate career at the Pine Needles Invitational (74-71--145), leading MSU to its first tournament win of the 2001-02 season ... holds the second spot in Spartan records for a low 36-hole tournament score (74-71--145) ... led the Spartans to a fifth-place finish at the TRW Regional Challenge with an eighth-place finish, shooting a 76-76-68--220 ... is tied with former Spartan Kasey Gant for the lowest 18-hole score with a career-best 68 in the final round of the TRW ... finished tied for 14th at the NCAA Fall Preview (75-72--147), the Mercedes Benz Intercollegiate (69-79-80--228) and the Big Ten Championship (78-76-79-80--313) ... finished in a tie for second at the Central District Classic, firing a 72-72-73--217, a score that ties for fifth in Spartan history for a low 54-hole tournament score ... placed 10th at the NCAA Central Regional (80-79-70--229).

Summer 2001: Competed in the Midwest Collegiate Amateur Series ... placed second in the tournament at Forest Akers ... qualified for the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship, earning co-medalist honors with a 73 in Winnetka, Ill.

2000-01: Led the Spartans to their first conference championship since 1982 with a career-best second-place finish ... fired a 70 on day two at the conference championships, her first competitive round under par as a Spartan ... posted biggest turnaround at NCAA West Regional ... was tied for 71st after day one with an 82 and finished the West Regional tied for 29th, after carding a 74-74 the last two days ... appeared in 10 events and one as an individual ... finished in the top-20 four times, including two top-10 finishes ... shot a 76.00 average in her last 14 rounds ... Academic All-Big Ten ... NGCA Academic All-American. Summer 2000: Ashworth Midwest Collegiate Amateur Series Player of the Year ... won at Bedford Valley (80-79=159) in Battle Creek and was runner-up in two other tournaments on the series ... won Grand Rapids City Championship.

1999-2000: Redshirt year.

High School: Earned four letters in high school, the first two at West Catholic before finishing up at East Grand Rapids ... three-time all-area and all-state and two-time all-conference and Super Team selection ... team was undefeated as a senior and won the state title ... medalist at the state tournament as a junior and in the top three two other times ... twice won her conference tournament and twice won the city title ... also lettered in softball and bowling ... earned the U.S. Army Scholar-Athlete Award, graduating with a weighted GPA over 4.0.

Personal: Born Dec. 11, 1980 ... daughter of Jerry and Sue Fouch ... father played football and baseball in college ... an education major.

Year	Rounds	Strokes	Avg.	18	36	54	Best Finish
2000-01	31	2,418	78.00	70	148	225	T2 - Big Ten
2001-02	37	2,828	76.43	68	145	217	1 - Pine Needles
2002-03	33	2,535	76.82	72	154	221	2 - Mary Fossum
Totals	101	7,781	77.04	68	145	217

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