Augusta James and Brittany Marchand are members of Team Canada's Women's National Squad.
Vivian Tsui fired a 75 on July 8 to tie for the third-lowest round at U-M Golf Course.
Amanda Baker and Brittany Marchand earn their third selection by the league
Augusta James tied for fourth, Brittany Marchand T7 after 36 holes of stroke play in Dayton, Ohio
Former golfer Brooke Baker makes pro debut as well
2011-12: Captured victories at the Cards Challenge and Pinehurst Spring Challenge to become the first Wolfpacker to win multiple events in a single season... Named to the 2012 All-ACC Women's Golf team... Became the first NC State golfer to earn an honorable mention to the NGCA All-American team... The two victories in 2011-12 gave Marchand three for her career, making her the NC State career medalist leader... Finished tied for sixth at the NCAA Championship with a 2-over par 290... Carded a 10-over par 226 to finish tied for 18th at the NCAA Regional... Claimed a share of 14th at the ACC Championship with a 13-over 224... Eight under par rounds on the season, including two in her 5-under 211 with a final round 68 at the Pinehurst Spring Challenge... Named Golfweek National Player of the Week on March 29, ACC Women's Golfer of the Month in February, and All-ACC Academic.
Summer 2011: Qualified for the 2011 U.S. Women's Open in July ... Finished with a six-shot improvement in the second round, but did not make the cut ... One of seven golfers to qualify from her regional, she shot a 148 in the two rounds ... Also qualified for the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship ... Did not qualify for match play, as she finished at 12-over 154 ... Competed in the season-opening event on the 2011 CN Canadian's Women's Tour ... In the field of 89, finished 30th at 7-over 151 ... Later on that tour, placed 36th at the event in Beloeil, Quebec with a 12-over 154 ... Took fifth in the final CN Canadian Women's Tour event, was 4-over 148 and was the second-highest amateur finisher just three strokes back ... Finished 17th at the Royale Cup Canadian Women's Amateur Championship at 17-over 306.
2010-11: Saw action in all nine tournaments as a freshman ... Was third on the Pack with a 77.4 stroke average ... Earned medalist honors at the UNCG Starmount Fall Classic with a two-round score of 3-under 141 ... Both rounds were under par, including a season-best 70 in the final round ... Was the Pack's top finisher at the ACC Championship, finishing 17th at 17-over 230 ... Named to the National Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholar Team ... Also named to the All-ACC Academic Team ... Named to the 2010-11 ACC Academic Honor Roll.
High School/Junior Golf: Competed at Orangeville District Secondary School for coach Ian Budgell ... Shot a four-under 66 to score the lowest round of the District 10/4 high school golf championship at Wildwoods Golf and Country Club in Fergus, Ontario, on Sept. 23, 2009 ... Fired a three-under 69 to take first at the USGA Girls National Championship qualifier held at Ohio Prestwick Country Club and played in the championship at Trump National in Bedminster, N.J. ...As a fifteen-year old, Marchand scorched the field by firing a three-under par 69 to become the youngest player to claim the Ontario Women's Champion of Champions title at Wildfire Golf Club in Lakefield, Ontario ... A two-time team MVP at Orangeville, Marchand ranked as high as fifth in the Ontario Junior Girls Order of Merit and 15th in all of Canada ... Has been a member of the GAO (Golf Association of Ontario) High Performance Team the last two years and represented Canada at the Guatemala Junior Championship while competing with the GAO's under-19 Excellence team for the 2009-10 season.
Personal: Brittany Lynn Marchand ... Born in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada ... Was an extra in the movie Death to Smoochie that stared Robin Williams, Ed Norton, Danny DeVito and Jon Stewart ... She played a figure skating Rhinoceros as a third grader.