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Jessie Sindlinger
Jessie  Sindlinger


Charles City, Iowa

High School:
Charles City


Ready for Impact

Record-breaking fall prepares Iowa women's golf for spring season


Hawkeyes Tie for 4th at Pinehurst Challenge

Amy Ihm and Elisa Suarez tie for 20th


Hawkeyes 2nd Through 36 Holes at Pinehurst Challenge

Freshman Kristin Glesne fires career-low 71 in 2nd round


Hawkeyes Conclude Fall Slate at Pinehurst Challenge

The two-day tournament begins on Monday


Hawkeyes Take 4th at Aggie Invite

Amy Ihm and Jessie Sindlinger record top-10 finishes


Diane Thomason Invitational - Day 1

Diane Thomason Invitational - Day 1 Finkbine Golf Course Iowa City, Iowa Oct. 12, 2013

Fall 2015… Competed in all four tournaments... recorded career best finish at the Diane Thomason Invitational (4th) with a total of 223 (+7), posting rounds of 77, 76 and 70... recorded a career low 218 (+2) at the NMS Aggie Invite… 73.6 scoring average ranked third-lowest on the team.

Spring 2015... Competed in all six competitions... shot a third round 68 (-4) at the Westbrook Spring Invitational, tying the Iowa women's golf record for second lowest 18-hole score all-time... registered a 76.5 scoring average, the second best scoring average on the team... was the team's top finisher at the Big Ten Championships with a three round 226, including rounds of 77, 78 and 71... letterwinner.

Fall 2014... Competed in all five tournaments... recorded a low round of 73 at the Diane Thomason Invitational (Oct. 4-5) and finished with a total 232 (+16), posting rounds of 85, 72 and 75... earned team best finish at Mary Fossum Invitational (T-13th)... registered one top-10 finish at the Diane Thomason Invitational (Oct.4-5)

2013-14... Competed in every tournament, including 34 rounds... posted a 77.12 stroke average (2,619 strokes)... led the Hawkeyes at four events... recorded two top-20 and one top-10 finish, including the Dick McGuire Invitational (T18), Challenge at Onion Creek (T11), and Rainy Day Shootout (T8)... fired a 70 at the Westbrook Invite to establish her season best 18-hole performance... carded a 156 and a 219, respectively, at the Challenge at Onion Creek to set season best 36-hole and 54-hole performances.

High School... Named the Senior Girls Golf Athlete of the Year by the National High School Coaches Association (2013)... featured in the July 29 (2013) issue of Sports Illustrated -- one of six athletes highlighted in 'Faces in the Crowd,' a weekly feature highlighting amateur athletes around the nation... qualified for the 38th PGA Junior Championship at Trump National Golf Course in Washington, D.C. (2013)... carded a 36-hole score of 147 (72-75) to finish first in the section championship and qualify for the PGA Junior Championship for the second-straight year... won her fourth-straight individual state title in 2013, becoming the second player in state history to capture four-consecutive titles, and the first to do so in over 50 years... finished eight strokes ahead of the second-place finisher, leading Charles City High School to its second state championship in the last three years... also led Charles City to a runner-up finish at state as a junior... claimed individual conference and district titles as a freshman and junior, along with a district title and conference runner-up finish as a sophomore... the 2010 IWGA Junior Player of the Year qualified for the PGA Junior Championship in the summer of 2012... led Team Iowa to Four State Junior Girls Golf championship in 2012, earning medalist honors... was the only player to shoot under par and only the 10th native Iowan to medal at the event since 1969... also lettered in volleyball and basketball... led her high school volleyball team to a state championship as a senior... two-time first team all-state selection in volleyball, including first team honors as a senior... two-time first team all-conference selection in volleyball... National Honor Society member.

Personal... Daughter of Julie and Mark Sindlinger...mother ran track at Northern Iowa...father lettered in football (1983-86) and wrestling (1985-88) at Iowa...father was the starting center for the 1985 Big Ten championship and Rose Bowl football team...he was also a two-time Big Ten champion and All-American in wrestling...has two younger sisters, Jamie and Jodie...pre-business major.

Season Rds. Strokes Avg. Low Round (Tournament)
2013-14 34 2,619 77.12 70 (Westbrook Invite)
2014-15 32 2,448 76.5 68 (Westbrook Invite)
Career 66 5,067 76.81 68 (Westbrook Invite)

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