2003 Fall Highlights
Earned medalist honors in the Frogs' opening tournament at the Oregon State Invitational, carding a 3-over-par 74-70-75=219.
Recorded back-to-back par finishes (216) to tie for second place at the Shootout at the Legends and the Furman Lady Paladin Invitationals.
Led TCU to its two Top Three finishes by shooting season-low rounds of 70 (one stroke off her career best) at the Oregon State Invite (TCU, 2nd) and the Furman Lady Paladin Invitational (TCU, 3rd).
Ranked in the Top 10 among NCAA Division I players in Par 5 shots with a 4.75 average.
Posted a career-best season average of 72.75.
Competed in all 11 tournaments of the season, notching a team-best and career-best 74.72 scoring average.
Was voted first-team all-conference and the Conference USA Golfer of the Year for the second straight year after completing a fine season.
Was named TCU's Female Athlete of the Year for the 2002-03 school year.
Finished in the top 20 in nine of the 10 tournaments that she competed in, which included seven top-10 placements.
Posted sub-70 individual round scores three times, the most ever by a Horned Frog golfer in a single season.
Grabbed individual award honors at the Furman Lady Paladin Invitational, her second career victory, thanks to a career-best 54-hole score of 212 (74-69-69).
Helped propel TCU to a second-place finish at the Conference USA Championships, finishing in a tie for fourth place with a 226 (72-80-74).
Had a second-place showing with a 54-hole sum of 226 at the Price's Give `Em Five Intercollegiate after firing rounds of 75-72-69.
Shot a 36-hole score of 148 (74-74) to finish in a tie for third place at the Texas A&M "Mo"Morial Invitational.
Tied for eighth at the Tulane Invitational with a total of 228 (76-72-80).
Grabbed back-to-back top 10s when she earned a share of ninth place at the Baylor/Tapatio Springs Shootout and 10th at the Waterlefe/USF Invitational.
Closed the season with a tie for 20th at the NCAA Central Regional (229).
Put together an impressive sophomore season, leading the Frogs with a 76.23 scoring average.
Was named Conference USA's Golfer of the Year following the season.
Won Conference USA medalist honors after taking the C-USA title with a season-best score of 215 (71-75-69).
Led the Horned Frogs to their first conference title since 1998.
Was one of two players to compete in all 11 tournaments for TCU.
Had four top-10 and eight top-20 finishes on the season.
Finished 11th at the Central District Invitational, where she shot a 36-hole score of 149 (77-72).
Took second at the Verizon Texas A&M "Mo"Morial with a two-round 151.
Placed eighth at the Rainbow Wahine (72-83-75=230) and sixth at the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Classic (75-77-75=227).
Finished 15th at the Ping/ASU Invitational, where she shot a 54-hole score of 222 (74-75-73).
Had two top-20 finishes in the fall season, including a tie for 13th at the Lady Paladin (226).
Also finished 15th at the Big 12 Invitational, where she fired a 54-hole score of 232 (84-73-75).
Competed in nine of 10 tournaments as a freshman, recording a scoring average of 76.96.
Ended the season with three top-20 finishes.
Her best finish was a tie for 10th at the Lady Rainbow Invitational.
In that tournament, Tull shot a season-best 54-hole score of 226 (75-75-76).
Tied for 12th at the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Classic (227) and was 17th at the WAC Championships (233).
Finished second in the Collegiate Players Tour Event in Granbury, where she shot a 54-hole score of 222 (76-74-72).
Placed second in the Texas-Oklahoma Junior Tournament, with a 72-hole sum of 295 (67-77-78-73).
Finished fifth in the Texas Women's Open with a 36-hole score of 145 (73-72).
Honored as an AJGA All-American in 2000 after recording numerous top-10 finishes.
Crowned as the AJGA Texace San Antonio Shootout champion.
Placed third at the Texas-Oklahoma Junior in 2000.
Grabbed a solid fifth-place finish at the AJGA Abilene Reporter News Junior competition.
Participated on the 2000 West Canon Cup team, where she was the only team member to win every match.
High School Highlights
Was an all-district performer all four of her prep years and an all-region selection in each of her final three seasons.
Won the regional championship and was named to the all-state squad as a junior and senior.
Was the Texas Class 5A State Tournament runner-up as a senior.
Tabbed as her school's most valuable golfer all four seasons.