Honors & Awards
A Lincoln native, Wall led Nebraska with a 79.11 stroke average while playing a team-best 38 rounds during the season. She joined teammate Rachelle Tacha in earning an individual trip to the 1996 NCAA Championships, tying for 59th place with a four-round total of 326.
Wall led the Huskers to their third straight NCAA West Regional appearance and matched Tacha by tying for 27th (233). Wall added a top-10 finish at the Big Eight Championships, firing a 242 to take 10th while Tacha won Nebraska's first-ever Big Eight individual crown.
Wall was Nebraska's top finisher in eight of 12 tournaments on the season, including a runner-up showing (238) at the Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Invitational, Oct. 16-17. She also tied for runner-up honors with a career-best 217 at the Northwest Women's Collegiate with rounds of 71-73-73. She opened the season with a fourth-place finish (231) at the Chip-N Club Invitational, and added her fourth top-10 finish in six fall tournaments by tying for eighth (155) at the weather-shortened San Diego State Fall Classic, Oct. 30-31.
As a senior, she produced five top-10 tournament finishes and eight top-20 showings.
Wall posted four top-10 tournament finishes on the season, including a pair of tournament titles. She captured the first crown of her collegiate career with a win at the Husker Golf Classic, Oct. 3-4. She produced solid rounds of 76-75-78 to finish at 229. She added her second tournament title with a win at the Texas A&M Memorial, firing rounds of 72-73-77 to close with a season-best 222. She added a tie for second at the Memphis Intercollegiate, Sept. 25-27, after opening her junior season with a tie for eighth (240) at the Gopher Invitational.
Wall finished 14th (156) at the Utah-Dixie Classic and tied for 15th (158) at the River Wilderness Intercollegiate, as both tournaments were shortened by weather. She tied for 22nd (237) at the Diet Coke/Roadrunner Invitational and tied for 23rd at the Big Eight Championships to help the Huskers to a third-place team finish.
For her performances in the spring, Wall was named the Big Eight Golfer of the Month in March. Off the course, Wall earned NGCA Scholastic All-America honors and captured the first academic All-Big Eight award of her career.
Sophomore (Nebraska, Spring 1994)
Wall helped the Huskers to a fourth-place finish at the Big Eight Championships to secure their first-ever NCAA Regional bid. She notched Nebraska's second-best individual score at regionals with a 232 (79-77-76) over three rounds, as NU finished 16th in the 19-team event.
In 19 rounds for the Huskers, Wall produced a 79.00 stroke average that included a season-best round of 74 and a season-best three-round tournament score of 231.
Sophomore (Georgia, Fall 1993)
Freshman (Georgia, 1992-93)
Wall’s Career Statistics
*Freshman season and fall semester of sophomore season at Georgia, not included in career totals.