2013-14 Women's Golf
Mei Khuan Yong
Mei Khuan Yong
Mei Khuan Yong

HOMETOWNKuala Lumpur, Malaysia

As A Sophomore (2013-14)
Played in seven tournaments…posted an average of 79 in her 20 competitive rounds…shot a low round of 75 five times (LPGA Xavier Invitational, 36th Annual FIU Pat Bradley Invitational, JMU Eagle Landing Invite (2) and MSU Ocala Spring Invitational)…finished 26th out of 88 at the JMU Eagle Landing Invite (March 14-16)…finished 32nd out of 91 at the MSU Ocala Spring Invitational (March 23-25). 

As A Freshman (2012-13) | Tournament-By-Tournament Stats
Competed in five tournaments and played 14 rounds in her first season wearing the Green and Blue … had a stroke average of 78.14 … posted three top-20 finishes out of her five events … began her collegiate career with a T-13 at the LPGA Xavier Invitational (Oct. 12-14) following improving rounds of 80-78-76 (234) … followed that performance up with an 18th-place showing at the Jacksonville Courtyard Classic (Oct. 21-23) the next weekend with rounds of 76-76-79 (231) … had her best scoring tournament in the spring at the MSU Ocala Spring Invitational (Mar. 17-19) by posting a 228 total (80-71-77) … her 1-under 71 in the second round was her lowest round of the year by five shots and represented the second-lowest round by any FGCU golfer … a disciplined player, she averaged only .43 double bogeys per round, which ranked in the top-100 in the country overall last year and also in the top-5 percent nationally.

High School
Played at S.M.K. Cochrane in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia ... played under James Partridge, Class A British PGA Professional & PGA Level III Coach at Golf House Academy, Malaysia … champion in the 37th RSGC Ladies Amateur Open, 2011 (Malaysia) … runner-up in the SLGA Amateur Open, 2011 (Singapore) … runner-up in the Singapore Junior Championship in 2011.

Born Nov. 17, 1993 … daughter of Soo Mae Loke and Kok Peng Yong ... professional golf management major ... has two siblings, Fatt Hon Yong and Fatt Hoe Yong … favorite golf memory was her hole-in-one at her home club … biggest accomplishment was moving 10,000 miles away from home … plans on becoming an owner and operator of a golf course … chose FGCU because it is a small school that is growing fast and is safe which makes her feel at home.