May 16, 2013
MADISON, Wis. -- Senior Lindsay Danielson took a few minutes to talk to Varsity magazine about her career at Wisconsin as she enters her last collegiate event next week. The UW women's golf team qualified for just its second NCAA Championship and will play May 21-24 at the University of Georgia Course in Athens, Ga.
Speaking to "Varsity" the online magazine for UW Athletics, Danielson talked about her best memories as a four-year letterwinner, and her plans for the future which inludes a new job in Minneapolis. Read the article here.
After leading the team the past two years, Danielson is second on the team in scoring this season averaging 76.28 while playing all 36 rounds (2746/36). Her 75.60 career scoring average is on pace to smash the all-time record of 76.18 set by Malinda Johnson from 2001-04.
Danielson secured her first tournament title last fall at Hoosier Invitational posting a career-best 54-hole total and tied the all-time program score with her 3-under par 72-68-73--213. She earned all-Big Ten weekly honors for that effort, and has career 18-36 and 54 holes bests of 68-140-213.
She leaves Wisconsin with a BBA degree in business: finance, investments & banking. She is a four-time National Golf Coaches Scholar and three-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree.