Stefanie Endstrasser
    Stefanie  Endstrasser


    Waidring, Austria

    High School:
    Federal Commercial College Kitzbuhel

    Last College:




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    Stefanie Endstrasser, a 2010 senior and an All-American as a sophomore, looks to regain that form in her final year at USC.

    Endstrasser was a key contributor for the Trojans as a 2009 junior ... Her season was highlighted by a tie for third at the Mason Rudolph Championship where she carded a 6-under 210 (71-70-69). She played in seven events for the Trojans on the season.

    SUMMER OF 2008:
    Endstrasser competed in the British Women's Amateur, the Austria National Open and in the European Team and Individual Championship.

    Endstrasser, a spring-semester transfer from Purdue as a 2008 sophomore, became a National Golf Coaches Association All-American second-teamer after finishing in the top 16 in five of her seven starts ... Endstrasser was also 2008 All-NCAA West Region and 2008 All-Pac-10 second team ... She finished third on the squad in stroke average (73.55) and posted a pair of 69s as her season-low rounds ... Endstrasser finished a season-best tied for third at the 2008 NCAA Championships West Regional with a 5-under 211 (71-71-69). The 54-hole total was Troy's third lowest round of the season and tied for the seventh lowest round in school history ... She took eighth at the Pac-10 Championships and tied for 10th in her first event as a Trojan at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge ... At the NCAA Championships, though tying for 34th, her scores counted toward USC's total in three of four rounds.

    SUMMER OF 2007:
    Endstrasser won her fourth Austrian Under 21 title in 2007, was second at the 2007 International Swiss Amateur, finished ninth in the 2007 European Individual Championships and won her fifth Austrian Champion Strokeplay title.

    Endstrasser competed in nine events as a freshman at Purdue in 2006-2007, finishing a season-high 10th at the Big Ten Championships ... Other top 20 finishes included a 12th at the Betsy Rawls Longhorn, a tie for 12th at the Bryan National Collegiate, a tie for 14th at the NCAA Championships (where she helped the Boilermakers finish second), a tie for 18th at the Lady Buckeye Invitational and a tie for 20th at the UCF Challenge, which included a season-best 69 in the second round.

    Endstrasser attended Federal Commercial College Kitzbuhel in Kitzbuehel, Austria ... Her amateur titles prior to college included four at the Austrian Champion Strokeplay (2002, 2003, 2004, 2006), two at the Austrian Champion Matchplay (2003, 2004), the 2006 International Czech Amateur, the 2005 International Swiss Amateur, the 2005 Sherry Cup and the 2004 International Austrian Amateur ... She also won the Austrian Under 21 three times (2002, 2004, 2006), the Austrian Under 18 in 2002 and the Austrian Under 16 in 2001 ... Endstrasser was fifth at the 2005 European Individual Championships and 15th at the 2004 European Ladies Hungarian Open.

    Endstrasser was born on Nov. 25, 1986 ... She is majoring in social sciences with an emphasis in psychology ... She is the daughter of Andreas and Erika Endstrasser.

    * Most thrilling moment in sports: A hole in one at the 2004 National Open Championships.
    * Favorite pastime: Playing other sports, cinema, friends.
    * Biggest sports hero: Tiger Woods.
    * Favorite musicians: Jack Johnson, Colbie Callait, James Blunt.
    * Favorite food: Italian and all kinds of salads.
    * Favorite TV show: Dr. House.
    * My favorite thing about USC: Perfect location, great team, outstanding coach.
    * Post-college ambition: Professional golf and after, it would be great to combine sports with business.
    * Biggest lesson golf has taught me: Being patient.

    Lowest 54-Hole Score: 210
    Lowest Round: 69
    Top 10 Finishes: 5
    Highest Finish: 3rd tie
    Rounds in 60s: 4