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Ingrid Lindblad Season 2019-20

Height
5'6
Class
Freshman
Hometown
Halmstad, Sweden
High School
Aspero Idrottsgymnasium

Updated Through June 4, 2024

ANNIKA Award presented by Stefil Winner — 2024
WGCA PING Player of the Year — 2024
Inkster Award presented by Workday — 2024
Augusta National Women’s Amateur 3rd — 2024
Winner of the McCormack Medal for top Am presented by USGA, R&A — 2023
Augusta National Women’s Amateur Participant — 2023
European Ladies Amateur Championship — 1st 2021, 3rd 2023
Gold Media (Sweden) World Amateur Team Championship — 2022
ANNIKA Award Final Voting – 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024
WGCA POY Finalist — 2022, 2024
Augusta National Women’s Amateur T2 — 2022
Augusta National Women’s Amateur T3 – 2021
Augusta National Women’s Amateur Invitee – 2020 (event canceled)
Low Amateur, United States Women’s Open — 2022
United States Women’s Open participant — 2024

WGCA All-American – 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024 (first team)
Golfweek All-American – 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024 (first team)
SEC Player of the Year – 2020, 2022, 2024
All-SEC – 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024 (first team)
SEC Freshman of the Year – 2020
SEC All-Freshman – 2020
Arnold Palmer Cup (International Team) – 2020, 2021
WGCA All-American Scholar –2020, 2021, 2022, 2023
SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll – 2020
Louisiana Player of the Year – 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023
Louisiana Freshman of the Year – 2020
All-Louisiana – 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023

CAREER STATS
Low (Single Round): 64
— Cougar Classic (September 11, 2023; 2nd Round)

— Battle at the Beach (October 28, 2022; 3rd Round)
— Battle at the Beach (October 27, 2022; 2nd Round)
– SEC Championships (April 16, 2021; 3rd Round)
– Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic (March 19, 2021; 1st Round)

Low (Single Round to Par): -8
– SEC Championships (April 16, 2021); 3rd Round)
– Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic (March 19, 2021; 1st Round)

Low (54 holes): 195
– Battle at the Beach (October 26-28, 2022)

Low (54 holes to Par): -18
— Clemson Invitational (March 22-24, 2024)
– Battle at the Beach (October 26-28, 2022)

Best Career Finish: 1st, 15 times
— NCAA Bryan Regional (May 6-8, 2024)
— Clemson Invitational (March 22-24, 2024)
— Illini Women’s Invitational (October 9-10, 2023)
— Cougar Classic (September 11-12, 2023)
– Clemson Invitational (March 24-26, 2023)
— Battle at the Beach (October 26-28, 2022)
— SEC Women’s Championships (April 13-15, 2022)
– Clemson Invitational (March 25-27, 2022)
– Clover Cup (March 11-13, 2022)
– Moon Golf Invitational (February 20-22, 2022)
– Jackson T. Stephens Cup (October 18-20, 2021)
– LSU Tiger Golf Classic (April 6-7, 2021)
– Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic (March 19-21, 2021)
– Florida State Match-Up (February 29-March 1, 2020)
– Magnolia Invitational (October 13-14. 2019)

No. of Top 10 Finishes: 42
— NCAA Bryan Regional (1, May 6-8, 2024)
— SEC Championship Stroke Play (5, April 12-14, 2024)
— Clemson Invitational (1, March 22-24, 2024)
— Darius Rucker Intercollegiate (5, March 4-6, 2024)
— Moon Golf Invitational (T2, February 18-20, 2024)
— Puerto Rico Classic (2, February 2-4, 2024)
— Illini Women’s Classic (T1, October 9-10, 2023)
— Mason Rudolph Championship (T5, September 22-24, 2023)
— Cougar Classic (1, September 11-12, 2023)
— NCAA Championships (T5, May 19-22, 2023)
NCAA Regionals (T9, May 8-10, 2023)
— SEC Championships (T4, April 12-14, 2023)
— Clemson Invitational (T1, March 24-26, 2023)
— Moon Golf Invitational (T5, February 19-21, 2023)
— Nexus Collegiate (T10, February 13-15, 2023)
— Battle at the Beach (1, October 26-28, 2022)
— Jackson T. Stephens Cup (October 10-11, 2022)
— Mason Rudolph Championships (September 23-25, 2022)
— NCAA Championships (T3, May 20-23, 2022)
— NCAA Stanford Regional (5th, May 9-11, 2022)
– SEC Championships Stroke Play (1st, April 13-15, 2022)
– Clemson Invitational (1st, March 25-27, 2022)
– Clover Cup (1st, March 11-13, 2022)
– Moon Golf Invitational (1st, February 20-22, 2022)
– The Ally (T6th, October 25-27, 2021)
– Jackson T. Stephens Cup (1st, October 18-20, 2021)
– Illini Women’s Invitational (T3rd, October 11-12, 2021
– ANNIKA Intercollegiate (T10, September 10-12, 2021)
– SEC Championships Stroke Play (2nd, April 14-16, 2021)
– LSU Tiger Golf Classic (1st, April 6-7, 2021)
– Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic (1st, March 19-21, 2021)
– Gamecock Intercollegiate (T3rd, March 1-3, 2021)
– ICON Invitational (7th, February 22-23, 2021)
– Moon Golf Invitational (9th, February 14-16, 2021)
– Liz Murphey Fall Collegiate Classic (T7, November 6-8, 2020)
– The Ally (T3rd; October 19-21, 2020)
– Blessings Collegiate Invitational (2nd; October 5-7, 2020)
– Florida State Match-Up (1st; February 29-March 1, 2020)
– IJGA Collegiate Invitational (2nd; February 16-18, 2020)
– Battle at the Beach (T5th; November 1-3, 2019)
– Magnolia Invitational (1st; October 13-14, 2019)
– Princess Anne Invitational (4th; October 4-6, 2019)

No. of Even or Under Par Rounds: 105
No. of Rounds Played: 148
Career Stroke Average: 70.30

5th YEAR SENIOR SEASON (2023-24)
Most decorated women’s golfer in LSU program history … Winner of The ANNIKA Award … WGCA Player of the Year … Named the winner of the Inkster Award … Five-time first-team All-SEC; Three-time SEC Player of the Year (2020, 2022, 2024); Five-time first-team WGCA, Golfweek All-American … Won four events in 2023-24 — Cougar Classic, Illini Women’s Invitational, Clemson Invitational and the NCAA Bryan Regional … Won Clemson event at The Reserve at Lake Keowee for the third consecutive yeat with an 18-under par score of 198, best aggregate score on a par 72 course. Equaled her most under par total for 54 holes … Rounds of 66-67-65 … Posted three straight rounds of 68 to win the NCAA Regional at 12-under par 204 … Posted 16-under 197 on par 71 course at the Cougar Classic to open her final year … Win at NCAA Bryan Regional gave her 15 career collegiate wins, the most by a women’s golfer in the Southeastern Conference (Stacy Lewis, 2005-08, 13) … Finished solo third at the Augusta National Women’s Amateur after a final round of 69 at Augusta National … Only golfer in the first five years of the event to have three top three finishes — T3 in 2021, T2 in 2022 and 3rd in 2024 … In the fall of 2023 presented the McCormack medal by the USGA and the R&A as the top amateur for the year … Went to No. 1 in the WAGR in June 2023 … For the 2023-24 season, posted a school record average of 69.42 … 27 rounds of par or under, one off the NCAA record for a season … Nine top fives in nine events … Finished her career with a school record 70.30 stroke average … 105 rounds of par or under, 33 top 5s, 42 top 10s (all three school records) … With the win of the McCormack medal, she played in her third U.S. Women’s Open in 2024, her last amateur event before turning pro … She was the world’s No. 1 amateur for a total of 53 weeks … Also finished the season as the No. 1 college golfers in the NCAA Scoreboard by clippd performance rankings.

SENIOR SEASON (2022-23)
Won two more events as a senior – The Battle at the Beach in Mexico, posting the first aggregate score below 200 in LSU women’s golf history (67-64-64 – 195), an 18-under total on the par 71 course … Also tied for medalist honors in the Clemson Invitation at The Reserve at Lake Keowee in Sunset, South Carolina (75-67-69 – 211), a 5-under total … Top 10 finishes in nine of the 10 events participated in … For the second straight year was top five in the NCAA Championships, T5, with rounds of 70-72-68-71 for 7-under 281, tying the lowest 72 hole total by an LSU golfer in an NCAA Championship … For the third time, a participant in the Augusta National Women’s Amateur … Leads the team in stroke average for the fourth consecutive year at 70.65 … 117 round career stroke average of 70.53 … A 93.2 percent of wins over opponents over the course of the season … Finished fourth in the Southeastern Conference Championships at even par 216 … Finished second, first, fourth in three SEC appearances … Only two rounds of 24 higher than 74 during the year … Lindblad earned first-team All-SEC honors for the fourth time, the first LSU women’s golfer to earn first team honors all four years … Also was a consensus first-team All-America choice for the fourth straight season … Had three birdies in the final six holes in the final round of the NCAA Regional to help LSU advance to the NCAA Championships for the third straight season … In June moved to No. 1 in the World Amateur Golf Rankings … Advanced to the semifinals in the R&A’s Women’s Amateur Championship in England … Helped Continental Europe keep the Vagliano Cup against Great Britain & Ireland in Scotland … Third in the European Ladies Amateur Championship held in Finland.

JUNIOR SEASON (2021-22)
Had a spectacular spring, winning four-of-five tournaments to date, including winning the SEC Women’s Individual Championship sinking a 38-foot putt for eagle on the final hole to win the event … Posted a 2-0-1 record in team match play to help LSU win its first team league title in 30 years … She became the winningest golfer in LSU women’s golf history with nine career wins, topping the record of seven set by Jenny Lidback in 1985-86 … No man or woman has won more than seven tournaments at LSU in the last 40 years … T3, in the NCAA Championships with consistent rounds of 74-70-73-70 for -1 287 … Finished fifth in the NCAA Stanford Regional, with rounds of 69-71-69 for a 4-under par 209 … Won three consecutive tournaments, shooting 13-under to win the Clover Cup in Mesa, Arizona (65-70-68) and 4-under to win the Clemson Invitational (74-70-68) in Sunset, South Carolina … Also won the Moon Golf Invitational to start the spring with a 10-under score (66-67-73) … Made her second appearance in the Augusta National Women’s Amateur and made the most of a second appearance, shooting a 4-under 68 on the final day to tie for second with teammate Latanna Stone … Also won the inaugural Jackson T. Stephens Cup in Roland, Arkansas, winning a playoff against teammate Carla Tejedo … Finished at 70.38 for the season in stroke average with 25 rounds of par or under … A winning percentage of 94.5 this season … Career stroke average for 86 rounds of 70.49, best in LSU women’s golf history … Current ranking of No. 2 in the World Amateur Golf Rankings … Second in the Sagarin rankings … Low Amateur in the 2022 United States Women’s Open, finishing T12 with a 72-hole total of 1-under 283, shooting a women’s amateur record score in first round of 65 … In the summer advanced to the round of 16 in the (British) Women’s Amateur … Part of Gold Medal winning team in the World Amateur Team Championships in Paris, winning the Espirito Santo Trophy.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2020-21)
Finished the season ranked No. 9 in Golfstat; No. 3 in the Sagarin Golfweek performance rankings … Finished the season ranked No. 5 in the World Amateur Golf Rankings … After averaging 70.33 in the shortened 2020 season, came back to average 70.71 in 31 rounds this season … Helped lead the Tigers to a ninth-place finish in the NCAA Division I Women’s Championships, the Tigers first team appearance in the championships since 2015 … In two years has four title wins individual with wins in 2021 in the Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic and the LSU Tiger Golf Classic … Only three LSU women’s golfers have won more individual titles in their career than Lindblad’s four … Posted two rounds of 8-under 64 this past season, in the first round of the Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic (March 19, 2021) and SEC Championship Stroke Play (April 16, 2021) … Posted 7 under 65, in the first round of the ICON Invitational, Feb. 22, 2021 … Posted 20 rounds of par or under this season, 34 over her two-year career … Set school mark for 54 holes with a 14-under par 202 at the SEC Championships when she finished second after rounds of 69-69-64 … Finished third in the Augusta National Women’s Amateur, one shot out of the playoff for the title at 2-over par 218 for 54 holes … Made the cut in the 2020 United States Women’s Open, finishing in a tie for 30th … Played in December 2020 and June 2021 for the International team in the Arnold Palmer Cup … Was on the victorious International squad in the December renewal. One of the first-two women to be invited to play in the Palmer Cup.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2019-20)
Ranked No. 9 in NCAA Division I; Finished season ranked No. 4 in WAGR … Had the best single season scoring average in LSU women’s golf history at 70.33 … previous school record low was 71.48 by Madelene Sagstrom in 2014-15 … Led team to No. 12 national ranking in COVID-19 shortened season … Won two individual tournament titles – Magnolia Invitational and Florida State Match-Up … Low round of 6-under 66 in the first round of the UGA Collegiate Invitational … 10-under par 206 at the Magnolia Invitational … Recorded 14-of-21 rounds under par.

PRIOR TO LSU
Played in the 2019 Women’s British Open as an amateur … Won the European Team Championship in 2019 and placed fifth individually … Won the bronze medal at the 2019 Swedish Ladies Team Championship … Captured the 2019 ANNIKA Invitational USA and the Swedish Golf Federation’s Teen Tour Elite #1 … Posted Top 5 finishes in 2019 at the Spanish International Ladies’ Amateur Championship, the Internationaux de France U21 – Trophee Edmond and the JSM Slag, Teen Tour Elite #3 … Runner-up at the 2018 ANNIKA Invitational Europe … Top 10 finish at 2018 World Junior Girls Championship with fifth place Team Sweden … Finished sixth at the 2018 Toyota Junior Golf World Cup in Japan with Team Sweden placing third … Represented Europe in the junior Ryder Cup matches in Sept. 2018 … Part of Team Sweden that took 3rd place in 2018 European Girls Team Championship … Won stroke play portion of 2018 British Junior Girls Championships and Allainz German Girls Open … Three-time silver medalist at the Swedish Ladies Team Championship (2016, ’17, ’18) and won the Jonkoping Junior Open twice (2015, ‘18) … In 2017, won the Irish Open stoke play title, the Stenson Sunesson Junior Challenge and the Swedish Junior Classic.

PERSONAL
Born on April 11, 2000 … Right handed … Parents are Lars and Cecilia Lindblad … Ole brother, Fredrick … Major is Sports Administration – Commerce … Favorite pro golfers: Henrick Stenson, Justin Rose, Annika Sorenstam … Always listens to the same three songs before a tournament … Has played golf in at least 13 countries: Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Japan, Germany, Italy, France, England, Northern Ireland, Spain, Canada and the U.S. … Favorite TV shows are Grey’s Anatomy and Chicago Fire and her favorite golf courses to play are Le Golf National in France; Wobarn Golf Club in England and Golf Saint Cloud in France.

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