Castro Uridales, Spain
Instito Ortega y Gassett
◊ The only golfer to qualify for all 11 events in which a complete Georgia lineup competed.
◊ Compiled a 76.00 stroke average and contributed 89.2 percent counting rounds while finishing second on the team in birdies (57), par-or-better rounds (four) and top-20 individual finishes (five).
◊ Led Georgia individually by tying for fourth at the Windy City Collegiate, a performance she matched by finishing fourth at Seton Hall.
◊ Recorded her first collegiate round in the 60s at the Windy City Collegiate, a 3-under 69 in the second round in Chicago.
◊ Posted an additional top-10 finish at the Lady Bulldog Individual (t-6th), as well as top-20 performances at the Cardinal Kickoff (t-16th) and the SECs (t-20th).
◊ Finished with a 2-0-1 record in match play during Georgia's run to a runner-up finish at the Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic, winning matches with South Carolina's Katelyn Dambaugh and Southern Cal's Karen Chung by identical 2-and-1 margins and halving her loop with Northwestern's Hana Lee.
◊ One of two Bulldog golfers (along with Manuela Carbajo Ré) who qualified for the lineup for all 11 team tournaments.
◊ Tied with Carbajo Ré and Rocio Sanchez Lobato for the team lead in par-or-better rounds with four. All four of her par-or-better loops were even-par efforts.
◊ Georgia's top individual at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic (t-13th) and the NCAA East Regional, where she and Amira Alexander both tied for 24th.
◊ Contributed counting rounds at an 82.3 percent clip over 30 rounds.
◊ Top fall finish was a tie for 36th at the Dale McNamara Fall Preview, competing against an elite field featuring most of the nation's top teams competing on the same layout that will host the 2014 NCAA s.
◊ Most impressive performance of the year was a team-leading 13th-place showing at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic, where she finished 54 holes at 3-over 219.
Pre Collegiate Highlights
◊ Spent much of 2012 and 2013 ranked among the world's top 100 women in World Amateur Golf Rankings, topping out at No. 32 in mid-May of 2012.
◊ One of Europe's premier amateurs. One of six girls chosen to play in the 2012 Ryder Cup Junior Match and one of a dozen selected to participate in the 2013 Junior Solheim Cup.
◊ Posted a ninth-place finish in qualifying and then advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2013 Ladies British Open Amateur. Dropped a 4-and-3 decision to eventual champion Georgia Hall in the quarterfinals.
◊ Reached the quarterfinals of both the 2010 and 2012 British Girls' Amateur Championships.
◊ Has represented Spain at each of the past three European Girls' Team Championships, including a runner-up showing in 2012 and third-place finishes in 2010 and 2013.
◊ Tied for ninth in stroke play qualifying and then compiled a 2-2-2 record in helping Spain to a third-place finish at the 2011 European Girls' Team event.
◊ Posted a 5-1-0 record in match play to help Spain finish as runner-up in the 2012 European Girls' Team Championship. Was a combined 4-0 in the semifinals and championship matches.
◊ Tied for 20th in stroke play before notching a 3-1-2 mark in match play as Spain placed third at the 2013 European Girls' Team tournament.
◊ Has three top-10 finishes - and another top-20 - in the last four Spanish Amateur Championships. Placed sixth in 2010, was runner-up in 2011, tied for seventh in 2012 and tied for 20th in 2013.
◊ In 2011, finished second at the Spanish Am, one shot better than current teammate Rocio Sanchez Lobato in third and three shots ahead of former Bulldog and 2011 National Player of the Year Marta Silva Zamora.
◊ Dropped a tough 1-up decision to eventual champion Emily Pedersen in the round of 16 of the 2013 Spanish Ladies Match Play Championship.
◊ Opened the 2012 calendar season with a two-shot victory in the Spanish International Stroke Play Championship.
◊ Captured medalist honors at the 2011 European Young Master's in impressive fashion, besting the field by nine shots following a closing round of 68.
◊ A solid 2011 campaign included victories at the Duke of York Young Champions Invitational and the Spanish U16 Nationals.
◊ Burst onto the international scene as a 14-year-old in 2009 by winning the Grand Prix of Chiberta by defeating Delphine Dupuis of France in a sudden-death playoff.
◊ Born December 23, 1995, Harang is the daughter of Dae Sung Lee and Young Sook Jae.
◊ Major: Consumer Economics.