Sarah Nicholas
Sarah Nicholas


Dallas, Texas

High School:
Richardson HS

Last College:
McLennan CC



2010-11: Played in all 11 tournament at Lamar after transferring, and finished fourth on the team with a 78.42 strokes per round scoring average ... Best round was a 73 at the WorldLink North Texas Classic where she tied for 20th ... Tied for 10th at the Cowgirl Fall Classic for best finish of the season ... Had seven top 20 finishes on the season ... Tied for 18th at the Southland Conference Championships after carding rounds of 76-85-74 ... Tied for 17th in her Division I debut at the Chris Banister Golf Classic.

Junior College: Was a two-time NJCAA All-American for coach Stan Mitchell at McLennan CC ... Tied for second at the 2010 NJCAA National Championships with rounds of 74-73-72 ... Helped the Highlassiess to a second place team finish as a sophomore ... As a freshman, tied for ninth at the NJCAA National Championship as MCC finished fourth ... Was seventh at the NJCAA Region V Championships as a freshman.

High School: Played four years for coach Lyndal Weaver at Richardson HS ... Earned all-region honors as a senior ... Selected team MVP all four years and earned all-district honors four times ... Richardson ISD Newcomer of the Year in 2004 ... Member of the National Honor Society.

Personal: Sarah Nicholas was born on March 26, 1990, in Austin, Texas ... Daughter of Greg and Carol Nicholas ... Has two sisters, Amanda and Erin ... Major is accounting.


Sarah Nicholas leads Lady Cards to third place finish

Lamar had three players finish in the top 15 Wednesday at the Southland Conference Championships


Julie Aime tied for fifth at Southland Conference Championships

Lamar falls to fourth after two rounds of play


Sarah Nicholas tied for fifth at SLC Championships

Lady Cardinals in third place after opening round


Lady Cardinal golfers looking for fourth SLC title

Lamar placed second at last year's Southland Conference Tournament


Lady Cardinals defend team title at HBU Husky Invitational

Lamar will not compete again until the Southland Conference Tournament

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