A Lincoln native, Kay C. "K.C." Elgert transferred to Nebraska for her final two seasons after beginning her collegiate career at Iowa State. A letterwinner at Nebraska in both 1999 and 2000, Elgert competed in 11 rounds during the fall season as a senior, posting an 84.45 stroke average. She managed a season-best round of 79 in the first round of the Rainbow Wahine Invitational.
She closed her NU career with an 85.20 stroke average over 24 rounds.
Elgert competed in 14 rounds in her first season at Nebraska after transferring from Iowa State. She compiled an 85.79 stroke average that included a season-best round of 80 in the third round at the Ptarmigan Ram Fall Classic.
A highly sought-after recruit, Elgert was a three-time letterwinner at Lincoln Southeast High School. A two-time Class A district champion, she qualified for the National Independent Insurance Tournament in 1994.
The daughter of Mike and Linda Elgert, K.C. was born May 24, 1977. She was a finance major at Nebraska.
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