Olivia Anderson has committed to Queens University of Charlotte


Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Robert Vasquez - San Antonio TX
High School Jeff Sweet
best scores
Total Rnds AVG 18 BEST 36 BEST 54 BEST 72 BEST
Career 50 78.0 71 148 235 -
Season 20 78.5 71 148 235 -
Home Course
home course name home course city home course state home course slope home course rating
Silverhorn Golf Course San Antonio TX - -
Physical Attributes
Years playing golf Hand Bench Press (max)
5 R -
Golf Honors

Golf Captain (junior- will be senior year),
Academic All-Conference,
Qualified for STPGA Tournament of Champions in Fall 2019,
Placed 2nd team at NEISD District Spring 2019,
Placed 3rd team at Regionals Tournament Spring 2019

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High School
Churchill High School
School City
San Antonio
School State
Guidance Counselor
Rose Garcia
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Major Category
Business Mgmt and Admin. Services
Business Administration/Management
Major Category
Business Mgmt and Admin. Services
Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations
Major Category
English Language and Lit./Letters
Creative Writing
Other Academic Information
Pre-Ap (Honors) 2016-2017 Algebra I, 2017-2018 English I, Geometry, 2018-2019 English II, Algebra II, Chemistry, 2019-2020 Physics I, AP Courses- 2017-2018 AP Human Geography, 2018-2019 AP World History, 2019-2020 AP English III, AP United States History, OnRamps through UT Austin- Pre-Calculus, Awards and Achievemnents National Honor Society, Honor Roll, Academic All-Conference, Golf Captain , Churchill Athletic Leadership Council
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Personal Highlights

I am the youngest with two older siblings, both whom played collegiate golf. Along with my PGA certified father who competed for Valdosta State.

Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

As the youngest of two siblings who played college golf, I’ve always known I wanted to play collegiate sports; whether it be soccer or golf, it was my goal. Before enduring an injury, playing 9 years of club soccer helped nurture my love for the aspects of competition, athleticism , and the desire to grow as a player through hard work and dedication. Since the 8th grade, I’ve been dedicating my time and efforts towards being a serious golfer. With a lot of hard worked hours and pushing myself against tougher competition, I’ve been able to mature as a player, student, and person. Since freshman year of 2017, I’ve endured approximately a 10 stroke improvement every year, and the summer of 2019, I achieved a new PR of 74, and since then I’ve averaged between 76-81 consistently. With the courage and mentality of shooting even lower my senior year, in hopes to advance individually to state. However, despite my passion for golf, my academics remain a major priority, I plan to major in business management and maybe also English. As I proceed looking at colleges, I hope for recruiters to see me as someone who brings a sense of dedication and creativity to all aspects of their college, while knowing I gain support and guidance in return.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

As the girls golf captain, I have been provided the opportunity of representing our program within our Churchill Athletic Leadership Council my junior and senior year. Every other week, all sports representatives would come together to discuss ways of bettering out teams as leaders both on and off the field. I feel that I have created such a bond with my teammates as friend and motivator. We have implemented many more forms of team bonding between both the boys and girls teams, so we feel more as a family.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

My academics have always played as my number one priority, so that I may play varsity golf the entire year. Just like mandatory practice, I make sure I set mandatory schedules as a way of time management in preparation for tests and assignments.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

Not only was I required to maintain 10+ hours of community service per semester to maintain my position in the National Honor Society, but I loved volunteering on my own. During the year 2019, I was involved with helping junior golf at Fort Sam Golf Course, and the local US Kids Golf tournaments, which was was such an amazing experience to watch the younger player enjoy working hard. As a golf captain for my high school golf team, we have recently visited the San Antonio Food Bank to help families recovering during and after the holidays.

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Blog Posts

Won STPGA JR tournament at Fort Sam GC
July 22, 2020
I shot +4 total after two rounds of 76-72 which had me tied for first place and entering a playoff. I birdied the first hole to win the title after sticking a 6 iron 3 ft from the hole for an easy...
June 4, 2020
I’ve set a new personal record of -1 par today. I finally feel like my score reflected the work and dedication I’ve put in. I now feel confident with all aspects of my swing, but I know there’s...