Schaeffner is the first Chanticleer individual to advance to the NCAA Championship
A top six finish advances the Chanticleers to the National Championship
Lena Schaeffner is tied for 14th overall
Lena Schaeffner is Coastal's ninth Big South Championship individual medalist
2014-15 Coastal Carolina Women's Golf's NCAA Raleigh Regional Round 2 (May 8, 2015)
2014-15 Coastal Carolina Women's Golf's NCAA Raleigh Regional Round 1 (May 7, 2015)
2014 Coastal Carolina Women's Golf at Palmetto Intercollegiate -- Round 3 (Oct. 28)
2014 Coastal Carolina Women's Golf at Big South Championship (Round 3) [April 15, 2014]
2014 Coastal Carolina Women's Golf at Big South Championship (Round 2) [April 14, 2014]
2013 WGCA All-American ScholarFall 2014: Competed in three of Coastal's four events, concluding the season with a 73.33 scoring average to rank second in the Big South ... Turned in career-best performances at the Palmetto Intercollegiate, helping the Chants to a second consecutive tournament title ... Finished tied for fourth with an even-par 216, including a career-best 71 during the opening round, at the Palmetto Intercollegiate ... Opened the season tying for 24th with a 6-over 22 at the Johnie Imes Invitational ... Tied for 13th at the JU Classic with an 8-over 224, helping Coastal to the event title ... Totaled three rounds of par or better.
Spring 2014: Posted a season scoring average of 77.59 and carded two rounds of par or better ... Notched one top-five, one top-10 and four top-20 tournament finishes ... Equaled Coastal Carolina career-best 54-hole score of 7-over 223 with rounds of 75-74-74 at the Juli Inkster Spartan Invitational en route to a 17th-place finish ... Tied for 18th at the Big South Championship with a 233 (78-80-75) score, helping Coastal to a runner-up team finish ... Turned in a 12-over 228 (79-78-77) at the Ole Miss Rebel Intercollegiate ... Closed the season with 50 birdies and an average of 10.14 pars per round ... Named to the 2013-14 Big South Presidential Honor Roll for posting at least a 3.0 GPA for the academic year.
Fall 2013: Competed in five tournaments, posting two top-20 and one top-five finish ... Owned a 78.00 scoring average ... Made Chanticleer debut at the Charleston Classic, carding a 237 (80-79-78) ... Tied for 18th at the Myrtle Beach Invitational with 161 (77-84) ... Tied for 25th at The Challenge at Onion Creek, turning in a three-round score of 226 (75-78-79) ... Helped Coastal to a second-place finish at the CSU Wendy's Invitational with a third-place finish (72-72-79=223) after opening the event with two even-par rounds of 72 ... Shot a 245 (82-82-81) at the Palmetto Intercollegiate, tying for 85th.
At Tusculum College: 2012-13 (Sophomore): South Atlantic Conference Player of the Year ... All-South Atlantic Conference first team ... Named a WGCA All-American Scholar ... Led Tusculum with a 76.9 scoring average ... Carded four of her 19 rounds at par or under ... Notched five top-five, six top-10 and seven top-20 event finishes ... Fired a season-low round of 70 during the final round of the Flagler Fall Slam ... Qualified for the NCAA II South Atlantic Championship, finishing t-37th with a 54-hole tally of 242 (84-77-81) ... Tied for second at the Agnes McAmis Memorial with a 6-over 150, leading the Pioneers to the tournament title.
2011-12 (Freshman): South Atlantic Conference Freshman of the Year ... All-South Atlantic Conference first team ... Posted a school single-season record 76.71 stroke average, which was the 25th lowest in the nation (NCAA II) ... Finished the year ranked in seven national categories, including: stroke average, 13th in par five scoring (5.08), 19th in par three scoring (3.24), 27th in score vs. par (+4.78), 32nd in subpar strokes per round (1.77), 35th in par four scoring (4.37) and 41st in birdies (39) ... Finished in the top 20 in 10 of her 11 events, including eight top-10 performances and four in the top five ... Finished runner-up at the Anderson Invitational in her collegiate debut, shooting 73-80=153, the 15th-best 36-hole score in TC history... Also finished second at the Myrtle Beach Intercollegiate with 73-77=150 (T7th in TC history) ... Finished third at the SAC Championship (73-81-75=229) and the Flagler Fall Slam (75-76=151) ... SAC All-Tournament Team ... Ninth at the NCAA II South Regional with 74-78-72=224 as she finished one shot out of a playoff for the final individual spot to advance to the NCAA National Championship ... Her 54-hole score of 224 was the lowest in TC history and the third-best by a SAC golfer ... Team co-MVP ... NGCA All-America Scholar... Enjoyed a successful summer of 2012 as she won the prestigious Women's Southern Amateur in Charlotte, N.C ... Went 5-0 in her match-play events, including a 3 & 1 win over Rika Park of the University of Miami ... Qualified for the round of 64 at the Western Amateur Championship ... Herbert also represented her native Georgia at the inaugural Women's Southeastern Challenge Match (match-play format between Georgia, Alabama and Florida) ... Herbert went 4-1 in her matches during the event.
At Greater Atlanta Christian School: Graduated from Greater Atlanta Christian School in Atlanta, Ga. ... Named the 2011 Southeastern Junior Golf Tour Player of the Year ... Won the SJGT Championship with a three-day score of 73-75-75=223, winning by three shots, for her fourth straight Tour victory and fifth of the seven tournaments she participated in the Summer 2011 ... Topped the SJGT point standings with 9,200 points, 950 more than the second-place competitor ... Recorded an impressive 75.00 scoring average on tour in 2011 ... Fired a one-over par 73 to win the Georgia Class AA State Championship ... Led her high school squad to three regional championships ... During her prep career, she helped GAC to a pair of State Runner-up performances (2009, 2011) and the 2010 state title ... 2010 All-State first team selection, while also enjoying great success in junior golf ... Played in the AJGA, Atlanta Junior Golf, PGA Junior and the Southeastern Junior golf tours ... Captured medalist honors on numerous occasions during her playing career ... Member of the National Honor Society and BETA Club.
Coastal Carolina Results
Career Low Rounds........................71
Career Rounds in the 60's.............N/A
Career Rounds Par or Better.............5
|9/8-10||Charleston Classic (72)||80||79||78||237||+21||t-91st|
|9/23-24||Myrtle Beach Invitational (72)||77||84||161||+17||t-18th|
|9/30-10/1||The Challenge at Onion Creek (70)||75||78||73||226||+16||t-25th|
|10/7-8||CSU Wendy's Invitational (72)||72||72||79||223||+7||t-3rd|
|10/27-28||Palmetto Intercollegiate (72)||82||82||81||245||+29||t-85th|
|3/3-4||Juli Inkster Spartan Invitational (72)||75||74||74||223||+7||t-17th|
|3/14-15||3M Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate (72)||80||81||79||240||+24||t-49th|
|3/24-25||Briar's Creek Invitational (72)||79||79||76||234||+18||t-53rd|
|4/4-5||Ole Miss Rebel Intercollegiate (72)||73||78||77||228||+12||t-55th|
|4/13-15||Big South Championship (72)||78||80||75||233||+17||t-18th|
|9/29-30||The Johnie Imes Invitational (72)||72||74||74||220||+4||t-24th|
|10/13-14||JU Classic (72)||76||75||73||224||+8||t-13th|
|10/26-28||Palmetto Intercollegiate (72)||71||73||72||216||E||t-4th|