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Shannon Warner
Shannon  Warner


Livonia, Mich.

High School:
Livonia Churchill

At A Glance
Enters her junior year with a career scoring average of 78.75 in 16 tournaments.

Summer 2010
Tied for sixth in the stroke-play portion of the Michigan Women's Amateur ... Lost in the first round of match play ... Tied for 31st at the GAM Championship at Forest Akers West.

2009-10 - Sophomore
Started in nine of MSU's 11 tournaments ... Compiled a 78.00 scoring average in 28 rounds ... Posted two top-10 finishes ... Started the season by tying for third at the Mary Fossum Invitational with a 216 (72-73-71) ... Tied for 71st at the Lady Northern Invitational ... Matched her season-best score by carding a 216 (72-73-71) as the Spartans won the Tar Heel Invitational with a school-record 4-under 860 ... Started at the NCAA Preview, tying for 38th by shooting a 227 (83-73-71) ... Tied for 80th at the Regional Challenge ... Helped MSU win the Lady Gator Invitational by tying for 21st with a 222 (75-74-73) ... Tied for 26th at the Lady Buckeye Invitational ... Placed 46th at the Big Ten Championships with a 315 (77-78-77-83) ... Tied for 83rd at the NCAA Central Regional.

Summer 2009
Advanced to match play at the Michigan Women's Amateur and won her first-round match ... Tied for fourth during stroke-play qualifying at the Michigan Women's Amateur ... Also competed at the Michigan Women's Open and the Western Women's Golf Association National Amateur in Lima, Ohio.

2008-09 - Freshman
Competed in seven tournaments and played 20 rounds as a true freshman, averaging a 79.80 ... Broke into the starting lineup during the spring season and started in all three postseason tournaments ... Second on the team and eighth overall at the Big Ten Championships with a four-round score of 309 (79-80-76-74) ... Tied for 20th overall and was third on the team at the NCAA Central Regional, carding a 229 (73-76-80) ... Competed in the starting lineup at the NCAA Championships ... Played as an individual in the Mary Fossum Invitational and the Liz Murphey Invitational.

Summer 2008
Won the 2008 Michigan Junior Women's PGA Championship ... Tied for 18th at the Michigan Women's Open; was tied for the seventh lowest amateur score ... Advanced to the round of 32 at the Michigan Women's Amateur, beating Michelle Bowles in the first round.

Junior Golf
Placed first at the 2007 Michigan Girls Junior State Amateur Championship ... Finished second at the 2007 AJGA Randy Wise/Buick Junior Open ... Qualified for the USGA Women's Amateur Public Links at 13 years old.

High School
Named Michigan's Miss Golf as a junior ... Two-time Michigan Division I girls' golf champion, winning her sophomore and junior seasons ... Holds the lowest score in a Michigan high school two-day tournament, having carded a 136 (69-67) at the state championships in 2006.

Born Oct. 7, 1990 ... Daughter of Blair Warner and Billie Morgan ... Her father, Blair, has been the most influential person in her life ... A sociology major.


When did you first start playing golf?
When I was three, and competitively when I was 8.

What course did you learn to play on?
Timber Trace

Favorite course?
Bay Harbor

Favorite golf memory?
Winning at North Carolina (Tar Heel Invitational).

Best thing about playing golf at MSU is...
Being around the team and traveling on the private jet.

Favorite movie?

Favorite TV show?
Hannah Montana

Favorite golfer?
Tiger Woods

Favorite club and why?
Putter, because that is where you make the most money is on the greens.

Favorite thing to do besides golf?
Hang out in my room with the girls and watch tv and movies!

What's on your iPod right now?
Lil Wayne, "Get Money"

I first beat my dad in golf at the age of...

What's your major and why?
Sociology, because I want to do something with kids and the society.

In 10 years, I will be...
At home with a family.

Dream Vacation?
Costa Rica

If I could live anywhere in the world, it would be...
South Carolina

If I could play any course in the world, it would be...
Pebble Beach

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